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An Investigation Of Coercion And Autonomy In Medical Care. How much choice do patients really have?
The experience of coercion in health care is controversial. Coercion is likely to promote negative attitudes towards clinical care. People’s attitudes to health care potentially impacts on health outcomes and future ...
Colonic transit studies to measure gastrointestinal motility in antipsychotic treated patients
This is the research protocol for an observational (cross-sectional) study investigating gastrointestinal motility in antipsychotic treated patients. Recruitment for this study will begin in 2014.
Research Protocol: Comparing gastrointestinal motility in clozapine-treated patients before and after laxative treatment
This is the research protocol for a study considering the effectiveness of commonly used laxatives in clozapine-treated patients. We will compare gastrointestinal motility times (as measured by radiopaque marker transit ...
'Liking' working with suicidal patients: A mixed methods research investigation of clinicians' positive inclination to patients at risk for suicide and the effect of this on the therapeutic encounter
Background: A strong therapeutic relationship is associated with better outcome in therapy/treatment, including with patients at risk for suicide (PRS). However, to build a strong therapeutic relationship with PRS, clinicians’ ...