Sökning: "Wolfgang Rutz"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 7 avhandlingar innehållade orden Wolfgang Rutz.
1. Evaluation of an educational program on depressive disorders given to general practitioners on Gotland : Short and long-term effects
Sammanfattning : In the years 1983-1984, the Swedish Comittee for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression (PTD) offered an educational program to all general practitioners (GP:s) on the Swedish island of Gotland. 1982 was used as a baseline year. An evaluation of the short-term effects was made continuously until 1985. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background: Several studies have reported socioeconomic, socio-demographic factors, including violence against women to be associated with depression among women, but knowledge in the area among women living under extreme poverty in developing countries remains scarce. Relationship between intimate partner violence and women’s literacy in societies where violence is normative is complex, there are only limited data describing this difference in the distribution of violence exposure by residency and literacy. LÄS MER
3. Studies on the perception of mental illness and epilepsy in Tehran, Iran : a study in stigma and discrimination
Sammanfattning : BackgroundStigma and discrimination because of medical conditions is a global phenomenon. Epilepsy and mental illness belong to the most stigmatizing disorders world-wide. Culture, religion, education, life-style influences the perception of stigma. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In developed countries, suicidal behaviour is recognised as a significant public health problem among young people, but there are few studies from developing countries on this subject. The present thesis aims at estimating the extent of the problem and at exploring factors related to suicidal behaviour among young people in a developing country, Nicaragua, using a combined quantitative and qualitative approach. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background Suicide among young people is a global public health problem, but information on determinants and understanding of suicidal expressions are lacking in low and middle income countries (LMIC). Though school-based interventions are common in many parts of the world, evidence for efficacy is less reported, particularly from post-conflict countries. LÄS MER