Children of mothers who experience high psychological distress during pregnancy are more susceptible to cognitive and behavioral problems. Few studies have reported the psychological distress of pregnant mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it may be considered as a risk factor for child developmental disorders. In total, 540 out of 920 regist...
Current Hypertension Reports
Purpose of ReviewWe review here recent original research and meta-analytic evidence on the associations of maternal hypertensive pregnancy disorders and mental and behavioral disorders in the offspring.Recent FindingsSeven meta-analyses and 11 of 16 original research studies published since 2015 showed significant associations between maternal hype...
Mental health problems are a major public health and work-life issue. We examined in a quasi-experimental design whether occupational health psychologist (OHP) appointment reduces subsequent sickness absence (SA) due to mental disorders among younger Finnish employees. The present study was conducted among 18-39-year-old employees of the City of He...
BMC Medical Education
BackgroundThe stigma about mental diseases is common in the population and also in medical students, where it may condition their future practice and the way they deal with these patients.AimTo evaluate and characterize the stigma on mental diseases in Portuguese sixth-year medical students, based on a clinical scenario of a classmate suffering fro...
BackgroundVarious rehabilitation services and return-to-work programs have been developed in order to reduce sickness absence and increase sustainable return-to-work. To ensure that people with a high risk of not returning to work can participate in working life, the model of work-related medical rehabilitation was developed in Germany. The efficac...
In elite sports, concussion is common and recurrent, especially in high-speed contact or collision sports such as american and australian football, ice hockey and rugby. Mental health symptoms (e.g., anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance) are often reported by former elite athletes, with prevalence ranging from 16% for distress to 26% for anxiety/...
Administration and policy in mental health
Crisis hotlines are a fixture in providing mental health services to individuals experiencing mental and behavioral problems in the United States (U.S.). Despite this, and the growing need for easily-accessible, anonymous, and free services amidst the suicide and opioid crises, there is no study reporting U.S. national prevalence and correlates of ...
Die Behandlungen zeigten sich sowohl in Psychiatrie als auch in der Psychosomatik als längerfristig wirksam. Es scheint den verschiedenen Settings gut zu gelingen, die Behandlungen auf die jeweiligen Patientengruppen abzustimmen.
Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation
This study aims to evaluate the risk factors associated with the incidence of common mental disorders (CMD) in teachers, particularly the possible relationship with voice disorders. A longitudinal quantitative study of 469 teachers of the municipal schools of Pelotas in Brazil was conducted over three years after a baseline interview. The symptoms ...
Archives of women's mental health
We performed a secondary analysis of the data from Czech epidemiological study on mental health to determine the prevalence of mental disorders among Czech women on maternity or parental leave and to assess the present treatment gap. Any mental disorder was present in 17.6% (n = 21) of the total sample of 119 women. The treatment gap was present am...