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Pfalzklinikum and the Alliance against Depression Landau-Südliche Weinstraße e.V.: Challenges in 2016

The targets of the Alliance’s work are information on depression and its treatment possibilities, destigmatization as well as information on concrete contact points and...
Pfalzklinikum

Peer work in mental health – The major break-through of obstinacy?

Now we see it happen again: an apparently new term appears in the sky of psychiatry: "peer work".  It means that now ill people...
mental health

Connecting the dots between physical and mental health

Ophelie Martin, Communications Officer at Mental Health Europe shares insights on the link between physical and mental health, illustrating facts with her own personal...

Citizens with mental illness are helped by tele-rehabilitation using video technologies

Citizens with mental disorder face a number of challenges returning to everyday life following discharge from psychiatric hospital. The citizens often feel insecure, anxious,...
acute medicine

Research opportunities in Acute Medicine

Dinesen L1, 2, Poots AJ1, Bell D1, 2. 1.NIHR CLAHRC NW London, Imperial College London 2.Dept. Acute Medicine, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital What is Acute...
Cancer

Prediction of cancer treatment outcome using physics

Vittorio Cristini1,2, Eugene J. Koay3, and Zhihui Wang1,2 1Department of NanoMedicine and Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX 77054, USA 2Brown...

Illustration of Variation in Muscle Radiodensity

Our research group has developed a novel lens with which to view cancer patients: using computed tomography (CT) images routinely taken during clinical assessment,...

Change in perspective

3 of 4 special reports on non-chemical cell communication. When we add the cell’s endogenous electrodynamic fields into our models about cell dynamics we also change...
Saint Gobain

Saint-Gobain Puts Comfort First

We spend roughly 90% of our time indoors or in vehicles, so it’s fair to say that the buildings we live, work and play...
BRIPPED Project

Pneumothorax detection with bedside ultrasound

Without prompt treatment, a pneumothorax may progress to cardiac arrest and death. Pneumothorax develops as air becomes trapped in the pleural space from traumatic,...
Pfalzklinikum

The need to re-focus mental health service provision to endorse recovery and resilience to...

by Joachim Schnackenberg and Paul Bomke. The Hearing Voices Movement (HVM) has been a key player fighting for fundamental and paradigm societal and mental health...
TU Munich

Liver cancer: Future scientific and clinical challenges and forthcoming problems in Europe

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) reflects the most common primary liver cancer as well as the 2nd most common cause of cancer related death in humans...
deafblindness

Do you understand me?

Findings on Four Effective Communication Interventions for Children and Adults with Congenital Deafblindness. Need for intervention programs to improve communication and prevent challenging behaviors. Persons (children...
AG

AG: Health Supplement

Due to the success of the Health & Social Care section within the AG publication, Adjacent Digital Politics Ltd will be producing a health analysis...
The Balgrist

The Laboratory for Muscle Plasticity

Skeletal muscle functioning is essential for bodily actions and interactions. A number of affections such as injury, disease or the natural course of biological...
Pfalzklinikum

Building a road to resilience

by Paul Bomke, Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor and David Cawthorpe. The on-going need to improve mental health outcomes globally and in Germany presents significant pressure on service...
WAN

Three steps to WAN resilience

With the advent of low cost, high speed, Wide Area Network (WAN) connections many organisations are realising the cost benefits and service improvements from...
deafblindness

Deafblind people often live in isolation

Marleen Janssen has held the world’s only chair of ‘Congenital and Early-Acquired Deafblindness’ since 2008. Thanks to her academic endeavours it is becoming more...
heterocyclic

Chemical biology and drug discovery

The power of flexible teamwork is the key to successful research in chemical biology and drug discovery in the work of Professor Colin Suckling...
stem cell

Challenging the stem cell convention

Professor Alan Clarke, Director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute gives an overview of how cancer stem cells differ from the conventional...

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