psychosocial intervention

psychosocial intervention

Psychology A nonpharmacologic maneuver intended to alter a Pt's environment or reaction to lessen the impact of a mental disorder. See Attention-deficit-hyperactivity syndrome.
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Contract notice: development and execution service of the psychosocial intervention program in the egogain center
Social workers from the field office who have been assigned to help in the management of the different evacuation centers also continue to provide psychosocial intervention to the evacuees.
They have been tasked to facilitate psychosocial intervention, peace-building, and countering extremism,' Armed Forces of the Philippines public affairs office chief Col.
With the goal of informing a framework to guide the selection of treatments amenable to PCP practice, the authors sought to examine which criteria might influence a PCP's intention to use a given psychosocial intervention.
The journal Psychosocial Intervention was founded in 1992 by the Colegio Oficial de Psicologos de Madrid (Spain) in association with the Consejo General de Colegios Oficiales de Psicologos and the Coordinadora Estatal de Intervencion Social.
2011); and offering a brief psychosocial intervention to all new oncology patients, independent of distress screening (Powell et al.
Researchers from the University of Granada published their findings in the science journal Psychosocial Intervention.
In both studies, which enrolled around 1,300 patients in total, psychosocial intervention consisted of a brief, standardised programme focussed on adherence and follow-up.
The purpose of this article is to describe a blended research trajectory, review the neuroscience literature as related to psychosocial interventions, and provide a specific example of how a blended methodological approach was used to develop a psychosocial intervention for social work practice.
The first issue includes an Asian perspective report on the psychosocial responses to disaster, outlining the psychosocial intervention efforts from nine Asian nations confronted with large-scale natural catastrophic events, including the Indian Ocean tsunami in December 2004.
Within this discussion, questions that remain unclear about what constitutes an optimal psychosocial intervention for patients with myocardial infarction (MI) are highlighted.
All participants were enrolled in a psychosocial intervention (Progressive Goal Attainment Programme [PGAP]) aimed at facilitating return to work.

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