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To estimate the efficacy of a structured, scalable and replicable psychosocial intervention targeting refugees living in Jordan, Amman who have been forced to flee their homes due to regional conflicts.
Humanitarian crises related to the Syrian conflict have led to a large increase in refugees in Europe in the recent years. There is need for effective approaches to increase labor market participation among refugees, and to reduce the impact of unfavorable exclusion mechanisms among this group. The Supported Employment for Refugees (the SER-trial) is a randomized controlled trial investigating the effectiveness of Supported Employment (SE) for newly arrived refugees who are inv...
This study aims to examine the effectiveness of the cognitive behavioral therapy in preventing the conversion of psychosis in a sample of individuals at-risk for psychosis.
The aim of the study is to determine effect of program about developing nursing students' attitudes towards refugees based on contact hypothesis on Xenophobia, Attitude towards Refugees and Intercultural Sensitivity.
This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, clinical multicenter trial. A total of 300 patients with clinical high risk syndrome of psychosis (CHR) will be randomly allocated to SFN group (n=150) or Placebo group (n=150). The intervention duration with SFN or placebo is 52 consecutive weeks. The subsequent follow-up period is another 52 consecutive weeks. The primary endpoints are psychosis conversion rates at the end of intervention period, and one year after inter...
In this study we want to compare Narrative Exposure Therapy to Treatment as Usual for traumatized refugees and asylum seekers in the Mid- Norway region. Clinicians in psychiatric outpatient clinics will deliver the two conditions to asylum seekers and refugees that qualifies for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. We will investigate if refugees and asylum seekers will improve more with Narrative Exposure Therapy or Treatment as Usual, and if there will be any differences between im...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether omega-3 fatty acids are effective in the prevention of psychosis in individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis.
The overall aim of this study is to examine the effects of sleep enhancing treatment in refugees with PTSD.
Evidence suggests that repeated or chronic ketamine use, as compared to acute ketamine users, posed a higher clinical risk of developing psychotic disorders, potentially related to the underlying chronic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) dysfunction, and a higher risk of suffering from schizophrenia particularly in those genetically susceptible, or genetically predisposed ketamine abusers. With ketamine infusion rises as a emerging hope as an acute treatment for depression ...
The objective of the proposed study is to determine the feasibility of an Early Detection program that aims to: (i) identify college students at clinical high risk (CHR) of psychosis or with first episode psychosis (FEP), and (ii) efficiently link them to coordinated specialty care (CSC) services for a 2nd stage screen, a clinical assessment, and appropriate treatment. Preliminary estimates of effectiveness with respect to the intervention will also be provided.
Background and study aims Psychosis and schizophrenia are common and costly mental health problems. Psychosis is the name given to a group of mental conditions in which cause people to perceive or interpret things differently from those around them. One of the most common causes of psychosis is schizophrenia, a condition that causes a range of psychological symptoms, including hallucinations (hearing and/or seeing things) and delusions (believing something that is not true). On...
The Ohio State University Early Psychosis Intervention Center is implementing a specialized clinical program to serve individuals who meet clinical high risk criteria for a psychosis. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the long-term outcomes among individuals participating in this clinical service.
Since the beginning of the Syria conflict in March 2011, more than 10 million Syrians were forced to leave their homes and sought refuge in neighboring countries.
To implement Group Problem Management Plus (PM+) in Syrian refugees with this RCT to evaluate feasibility, acceptability, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the culturally adapted Group PM+ intervention for adult Syrian refugees in Turkey.
The current refugee crisis across the Middle East and Europe has large effects on individual refugees' psychological well-being, as well as on the healthcare systems of countries hosting refugees. For example, in Switzerland patients sometimes have to wait up to 12 months for the specific psychological treatment due to a lack of specialists. To address this problem the WHO has developed Problem Management Plus (PM+), a brief (five sessions), low-intensity psychological interven...
Psychosis is a heterogeneous disorder and present treatment only works for a limited number of patients. In order to identify new therapeutic targets, this study will longitudinally characterize the underlying pathologies in those with poor treatment response using complimentary brain imaging modalities.
A range of psychological disorders occur in women in the postpartum period. These include "the blues", which occurs in the first days after birth and which is very common and self-limiting; severe psychoses often associated with mania or bipolar illness, occurring in the first weeks after birth; and mild to moderate depression, occurring weeks to months after birth. Studies have been done focused on postpartum psychosis using a retrospective investigation, which gave only a lim...
Standard psychological therapy for psychosis (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is made up of different 'ingredients', also called treatment components. In therapy, different treatment components can be included or excluded depending on the needs of the individual. In this study, the investigators want to find out if standard psychological therapy for psychosis can be improved by including new treatment components. Therefore, participants in this study will be offered psychologica...
There is a lack of studies on treatment effect in traumatised refugees. Recent findings indicate that emotion regulation deficits play a key role in PTSD also among traumatized refugees and highlight the importance and potential directions for the development of an emotion regulation training for refugees. In this study, the investigators therefore want to examine the effectiveness of a new, transdiagnostic, cultural-sensitive group therapy, which systematically teaches specifi...
The purpose of this study is to test the effects of the drug gabapentin on brain function thought to be important in the development of schizophrenia. Researchers think that treating a brain region with gabapentin (the hippocampus) may reduce the risk for developing schizophrenia.
This study evaluates the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the SH+ in Syrian refugees with psychological distress in Turkey. Half of participants will receive Self Help Plus (SH+), while the other half will receive enhanced treatment as usual.
A sequential multistage randomised clinical trial (SMART) to produce evidence to guide a step-wise clinical approach for the treatment of ultra high risk patients and reduction of risk for psychosis and other deleterious clinical and/or functional outcomes.
The goal of this project is to investigate whether a systematic screening approach for individuals with first episode psychosis (FEP) can substantially reduce Duration of Untreated Psychosis (DUP). The study team will evaluate the feasibility of screening a consecutive help-seeking population entering mental health services in order to facilitate early identification of FEP cases, rapid referral to specialty care and engagement in treatment.
The current study will improve knowledge on the effectiveness and safety of the use of antipsychotics at the prodromal phase and on factors influencing the outcome, and will eventually facilitate optimisation of individualised interventions for psychosis prevention and treatment.
The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility (≥ 50% completion rate) of a 6-week nutrition, movement, and mindfulness program for youth with recent diagnosis of psychosis.