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High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders in Adults: Consequences for Primary Caregivers Compared to Schizophrenia and Depression

authors: Dr. Bob van Wijngaarden, who is second author of this manuscript (van Wijngaarden et al. 2009) Author Contributions IG participated in the study design and data collection, performed statistical

Caregivers consequences of care among patients with eating disorders, depression or schizophrenia

Background The consequences of caring for a person with a mental illness can impose a substantial burden. Few studies have compared this burden among caregivers of patients with eating disorders and other mental illnesses. The objective of this study was to compare caregiver consequences in eating disorders (ED) with caregiver consequences in depression and schizophrenia...

Bridging the science-to-service gap in schizophrenia care in the Netherlands: the Schizophrenia Quality Improvement Collaborative

Objective Many patients with schizophrenia are not treated in line with evidence-based guidelines. This study examines the large-scale implementation of the National Multidisciplinary Guideline for schizophrenia in the Netherlands.

Caregiving in severe mental illness: the psychometric properties of the Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire in Portugal

Background Despite the achievements of previous research, caregiving assessments in severe mental illness should be crossculturally validated in order to define risk groups or to evaluate family work. This study reports on the psychometric properties of the European version of the Involvement Evaluation Questionnaire (IEQ-EU) in Portugal. Methods A Portuguese translation of the...