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Una psichiatria al di là dell’attuale paradigma (Psychiatry beyond the current paradigm)
Titolo Rivista:  PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE
Autori/Curatori: Pat Bracken, Philip Thomas, Sami Timimi, Eia Asen, Graham Behr, Carl Beuster, Seth Bhunnoo, Ivor Browne, Navjyoat Chhina, Duncan Double, Simon Downer, Chris Evans, Suman Fernando, Malcolm Garland, William Hopkins, Rhodri Huws, Bob Johnson, Brian Martindale, Hugh Middleton, Daniel Moldavsky, Joanna Moncrieff, Simon Mullins
Anno di pubblicazione: 2013 Fascicolo: 1 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 14 P. 9-22 Dimensione file: 95 KB
DOI: 10.3280/PU2013-001002
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Alcuni recenti editoriali del British Journal of Psychiatry hanno argomentato che la psichiatria sta attraversando una crisi, e che tra le soluzioni vi sarebbe un rafforzamento della sua identità come essenzialmente "neuroscienza applicata". Senza sminuire l’importanza delle neuroscienze e della psicofarmacologia, gli Autori sostengono che la psichiatria deve superare l’attuale paradigma tecnologico dominante. Questo rifletterebbe maggiormente le evidenze empiriche e servirebbe anche a rafforzare una collaborazione più significativa col movimento degli utenti dei servizi psichiatrici. Vengono presi in rassegna vari studi controllati randomizzati (RCT) che mostrano l’efficacia degli interventi non specifici e non tecnologici.



Keywords: Paradigma tecnologico in psichiatria, interventi non specifici, relazione terapeutica,psichiatria basata sulle evidenze, movimento degli utenti dei servizi psichiatrici


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Pat Bracken, Philip Thomas, Sami Timimi, Eia Asen, Graham Behr, Carl Beuster, Seth Bhunnoo, Ivor Browne, Navjyoat  Chhina, Duncan Double, Simon Downer, Chris Evans, Suman Fernando, Malcolm Garland, William Hopkins, Rhodri Huws, Bob Johnson, Brian Martindale, Hugh Middleton, Daniel Moldavsky, Joanna Moncrieff, Simon Mullins, Una psichiatria al di là dell’attuale paradigma in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 1/2013, pp. 9-22, DOI:10.3280/PU2013-001002

     


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