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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Yleissairaalapsykiatrinen konsultaatio Suomessa:yleissairaalapsykiatriseen konsultaatioon ohjautuvat työikäiset ja vanhukset

Hiltunen, P. (Pirkko) 24 November 1999 (has links)

Abstract

General hospital psychiatry operates between the somatic and psychiatric approaches concerning the treatment of patients, combining knowledge from both somatic and psychiatric medicine. To establish its position, the general hospital psychiatry has to specify its role and means when rendering services.

This study revealed how consultation had been arranged in six Finnish polyclinics of general hospitals. The goal was to find out which types of patients were referred to the consultation of the general hospital psychiatry and the extent of collaboration of the consulting psychiatrist with colleagues from other medical disciplines. Moreover, the focus of attention was on whether there were operational differences between the polyclinics of the University Hospital of Oulu and other hospitals. The work was also addressed to probing operational differences, if any, pertaining to people under or over 65. Additionally, one aspect to be clarified was how requests for psychogeriatric consultations and the responses of the consulting psychiatrists had developed during the five years period of the study.

This study was part of a broad European Consultation Liaison Working Group effort aimed at clarifying the organization of general hospital psychiatry in 56 units in 11 European countries. The Finnish material consisted of 1255 patients, of whom 202 were over 65. The research methods applied here were psychiatric interviewing of clinical patients, and filling in of data collection forms following the instructions of the ECLW Group.

The current work revealed that the number of psychiatric consultations was less than expected considering the incidence of psychiatric symptoms among somatically ill patients. Of the general hospital patients, elderly people were especially underrepresented. More than 90% of the patients who had a psychiatric consultation were diagnosed with a psychiatric problem. Thus the general hospital made available psychiatric treatment via psychiatric consultation, with a recommendation for future psychiatric care for more than half of the patients. However, one third of the patients under 65 and quarter of those above that age had already had on going psychiatric treatment. In view of this type of situation the position of the general hospital appears problematic. The object of consultation was in 90% of the cases the patients themselves, but in Oulu, almost half of the consultations were due to the personnel of the somatic disciplines in charge of the of the patients. The action mode in separate general hospitals was connected to established traditions, although the history of general hospital psychiatry is short and faces constraints put forward by the somatic hospitals. Collaboration between psychiatric and somatic disciplines was facing increasing difficulties during the five years observation period, probably due to economic recession.

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Yleissairaalapsykiatrinen konsultaatio Suomessa:yleissairaalapsykiatriseen konsultaatioon ohjautuvat työikäiset ja vanhukset

Hiltunen, P. (Pirkko) 24 November 1999 (has links)
Abstract General hospital psychiatry operates between the somatic and psychiatric approaches concerning the treatment of patients, combining knowledge from both somatic and psychiatric medicine. To establish its position, the general hospital psychiatry has to specify its role and means when rendering services. This study revealed how consultation had been arranged in six Finnish polyclinics of general hospitals. The goal was to find out which types of patients were referred to the consultation of the general hospital psychiatry and the extent of collaboration of the consulting psychiatrist with colleagues from other medical disciplines. Moreover, the focus of attention was on whether there were operational differences between the polyclinics of the University Hospital of Oulu and other hospitals. The work was also addressed to probing operational differences, if any, pertaining to people under or over 65. Additionally, one aspect to be clarified was how requests for psychogeriatric consultations and the responses of the consulting psychiatrists had developed during the five years period of the study. This study was part of a broad European Consultation Liaison Working Group effort aimed at clarifying the organization of general hospital psychiatry in 56 units in 11 European countries. The Finnish material consisted of 1255 patients, of whom 202 were over 65. The research methods applied here were psychiatric interviewing of clinical patients, and filling in of data collection forms following the instructions of the ECLW Group. The current work revealed that the number of psychiatric consultations was less than expected considering the incidence of psychiatric symptoms among somatically ill patients. Of the general hospital patients, elderly people were especially underrepresented. More than 90% of the patients who had a psychiatric consultation were diagnosed with a psychiatric problem. Thus the general hospital made available psychiatric treatment via psychiatric consultation, with a recommendation for future psychiatric care for more than half of the patients. However, one third of the patients under 65 and quarter of those above that age had already had on going psychiatric treatment. In view of this type of situation the position of the general hospital appears problematic. The object of consultation was in 90% of the cases the patients themselves, but in Oulu, almost half of the consultations were due to the personnel of the somatic disciplines in charge of the of the patients. The action mode in separate general hospitals was connected to established traditions, although the history of general hospital psychiatry is short and faces constraints put forward by the somatic hospitals. Collaboration between psychiatric and somatic disciplines was facing increasing difficulties during the five years observation period, probably due to economic recession.
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Aventuras da Psiquiatria no Hospital Geral: Aspectos históricos da interconsulta na UFPE e no HBL

LUNA, Juliano Victor Albuquerque 12 July 2016 (has links)
Submitted by Irene Nascimento (irene.kessia@ufpe.br) on 2016-09-14T17:09:11Z No. of bitstreams: 2 license_rdf: 1232 bytes, checksum: 66e71c371cc565284e70f40736c94386 (MD5) Dissertação_Juliano_Biblioteca.pdf: 11130689 bytes, checksum: a577f73fe7d8e20644a19bcc4ba15002 (MD5) Made available in DSpace on 2016-09-14T17:09:11Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 2 license_rdf: 1232 bytes, checksum: 66e71c371cc565284e70f40736c94386 (MD5) Dissertação_Juliano_Biblioteca.pdf: 11130689 bytes, checksum: a577f73fe7d8e20644a19bcc4ba15002 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2016-07-12 A história da psiquiatria, em sua maior parte, confunde-se com a história dos asilos. Os Hospitais Gerais desenvolveram-se, ao longo da história da medicina, como ambientes em que não havia espaço para os loucos. A partir do século XX, começa a ocorrer uma mudança nesse paradigma, sobretudo nos EUA e na Europa, com a criação das UPHGs em diversos serviços por lá, e a consolidação da Interconsulta psiquiátrica como área de atuação da psiquiatria, que passa a estreitar o contato com o restante da medicina. Foi um movimento que rendeu diversos avanços tanto à psiquiatria quanto às outras áreas médicas. No Brasil, esse percurso começou na década de 1950 e ocorre de forma mais tímida. Apenas 1,1% dos Hospitais gerais contam com suporte da psiquiatria em nosso país atualmente. Contudo, houve espaço no Brasil para o desenvolvimento de projetos pioneiros nesse campo, cuja história não está registrada. A psiquiatria pernambucana foi protagonista na empreitada, inaugurando inclusive a integração da psiquiatria ao hospital geral no Brasil. Pernambuco também foi um dos pioneiros na introdução da clínica psicanalítica em hospitais gerais do serviço público. O presente trabalho pretende registrar a história dessas experiências. Para tanto, escolhemos os serviços da UFPE e do Hospital Barão de Lucena, sedes dos primeiros serviços de saúde mental em hospital geral de Pernambuco. Fez-se uma ampla pesquisa documental, além de serem entrevistados alguns dos principais atores da construção desses serviços. Apesar de difícil, a integração dos cuidados de saúde mental ao hospital geral na UFPE e no HBL conseguiu efetivar-se, a partir da psiquiatria na UFPE e da psicanálise no HBL. Foram espaços configurados e sustentados dentro de uma perspectiva de formação, para além da assistência, e acreditamos que sua longevidade tenha relação com isso. The history of psychiatry, for the most part, is intertwined with the history of asylums. General Hospitals have developed mostly as environments in which there was no room for the insane. Since the early twentieth century, a paradigm shift takes place, specially in the US and Europe, with the creation of psychiatryc units in several General Hospitals there. It led to the consolidation of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry as an official sub-specialty of Psychiatry. Integration of Psychiatry and other medical specialties was a movement that yielded many advances in both psychiatry as other medical areas. In Brazil, this journey began in the 1950s and is more . Only 1.1% of brazilian general hospitals have psychiatric support nowadays. However, there was room in Brazil for the development of pioneering experiments in this field, whose history is not recorded. Pernambuco’s psychiatry had a key role in these experiments, inaugurating the integration of psychiatry to the general hospital in Brazil. Pernambuco was also one of the first places to have a psychoanalytic couch in public service facilities. This work aims to record the history of these pioneering experiences in the state of Pernambuco. Therefore, we chose the services of UFPE and the Hospital Barão de Lucena, headquarters of general Hospital Psychiatry in Pernambuco. An extensive literature research was done, along with statements collection from some of the major players in the construction of these services. Although difficult, the integration of mental health care to the general hospital at UFPE and HBL was sucessful, arising from psychiatry at UFPE and psychoanalysis at in HBL. They were configured spaces and sustained in a training perspective, and we believe that it explains their longevity.
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Aventuras da psiquiatria no Hospital Geral: aspectos históricos da interconsulta na UFPE e no Hospital Barão de Lucena

LUNA, Juliano Victor Albuquerque 12 July 2016 (has links)
Submitted by Rafael Santana (rafael.silvasantana@ufpe.br) on 2017-05-12T19:01:29Z No. of bitstreams: 2 license_rdf: 1232 bytes, checksum: 66e71c371cc565284e70f40736c94386 (MD5) Dissertação_Juliano_Biblioteca.pdf: 11109168 bytes, checksum: 1032a08c27aa11c40a06a7024ebe6551 (MD5) Made available in DSpace on 2017-05-12T19:01:29Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 2 license_rdf: 1232 bytes, checksum: 66e71c371cc565284e70f40736c94386 (MD5) Dissertação_Juliano_Biblioteca.pdf: 11109168 bytes, checksum: 1032a08c27aa11c40a06a7024ebe6551 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2016-07-12 A história da psiquiatria, em sua maior parte, confunde-se com a história dos asilos. Os Hospitais Gerais desenvolveram-se, ao longo da história da medicina, como ambientes em que não havia espaço para os loucos. A partir do século XX, começa a ocorrer uma mudança nesse paradigma, sobretudo nos EUA e na Europa, com a criação das UPHGs em diversos serviços por lá, e a consolidação da Interconsulta psiquiátrica como área de atuação da psiquiatria, que passa a estreitar o contato com o restante da medicina. Foi um movimento que rendeu diversos avanços tanto à psiquiatria quanto às outras áreas médicas. No Brasil, esse percurso começou na década de 1950 e ocorre de forma mais tímida. Apenas 1,1% dos Hospitais gerais contam com suporte da psiquiatria em nosso país atualmente. Contudo, houve espaço no Brasil para o desenvolvimento de projetos pioneiros nesse campo, cuja história não está registrada. A psiquiatria pernambucana foi protagonista na empreitada, inaugurando inclusive a integração da psiquiatria ao hospital geral no Brasil. Pernambuco também foi um dos pioneiros na introdução da clínica psicanalítica em hospitais gerais do serviço público. O presente trabalho pretende registrar a história dessas experiências. Para tanto, escolhemos os serviços da UFPE e do Hospital Barão de Lucena, sedes dos primeiros serviços de saúde mental em hospital geral de Pernambuco. Fez-se uma ampla pesquisa documental, além de serem entrevistados alguns dos principais atores da construção desses serviços. Apesar de difícil, a integração dos cuidados de saúde mental ao hospital geral na UFPE e no HBL conseguiu efetivar-se, a partir da psiquiatria na UFPE e da psicanálise no HBL. Foram espaços configurados e sustentados dentro de uma perspectiva de formação, para além da assistência, e acreditamos que sua longevidade tenha relação com isso. The history of psychiatry, for the most part, is intertwined with the history of asylums. General Hospitals have developed mostly as environments in which there was no room for the insane. Since the early twentieth century, a paradigm shift takes place, specially in the US and Europe, with the creation of psychiatryc units in several General Hospitals there. It led to the consolidation of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry as an official sub-specialty of Psychiatry. Integration of Psychiatry and other medical specialties was a movement that yielded many advances in both psychiatry as other medical areas. In Brazil, this journey began in the 1950s and is more . Only 1.1% of brazilian general hospitals have psychiatric support nowadays. However, there was room in Brazil for the development of pioneering experiments in this field, whose history is not recorded. Pernambuco’s psychiatry had a key role in these experiments, inaugurating the integration of psychiatry to the general hospital in Brazil. Pernambuco was also one of the first places to have a psychoanalytic couch in public service facilities. This work aims to record the history of these pioneering experiences in the state of Pernambuco. Therefore, we chose the services of UFPE and the Hospital Barão de Lucena, headquarters of general Hospital Psychiatry in Pernambuco. An extensive literature research was done, along with statements collection from some of the major players in the construction of these services. Although difficult, the integration of mental health care to the general hospital at UFPE and HBL was sucessful, arising from psychiatry at UFPE and psychoanalysis at in HBL. They were configured spaces and sustained in a training perspective, and we believe that it explains their longevity.

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