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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Rehabilitative program and psychosocial intervention with children, youth and family services and family counseling and care for adolescents in the municipality of Galdakao, lasting 4 years.
2011); and offering a brief psychosocial intervention to all new oncology patients, independent of distress screening (Powell et al.
Two Alzheimer's Awards will be given, the first for the best evidence-based psychosocial intervention with a prize of €18,000.
The five included studies were randomized controlled trials that reported the inclusion of a psychosocial intervention.
Researchers from the University of Granada published their findings in the science journal Psychosocial Intervention.
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.
All participants were enrolled in a psychosocial intervention (Progressive Goal Attainment Programme [PGAP]) aimed at facilitating return to work.
AIM: To explore psychosocial interventions for families of critically injured trauma patients admitted to ICU in selected hospitals in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN); review what psychosocial interventions would improve their outcomes and develop and evaluate an appropriate in-hospital psychosocial intervention for the families.
The present drug therapies are combined with psychosocial intervention.
Only two recommendations are based on high-level (category 1) evidence: one on activity enhancement during active treatment or long-term follow-up, and one on psychosocial intervention in all three treatment categories.

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