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Issue 3 July - September 2019

Issue 3 July - September 2019Issue 3 July - September 2019

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Review Paper

POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

Papakonstantinou Eleni, Fasoi Georgia

Monday, July 1, 2019

Pages: 157-169

The birth of a child is the most important moment for every woman in her life. However, in many cases feelings of joy that should be felt under normal conditions are overshadowed by other negative emotions, such as lack of mood, negative thoughts and irritability. All these symptoms are directly linked to postpartum depression, a disease that requires medical attention to be treated effectively.

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FFECTS OF SECONDARY LYMPHOEDEMA ON PSYCHOLOGY AND BODY IMAGE

Uzouni Apostolina, Lavdaniti Maria

Monday, July 1, 2019

Pages: 170-179

Introduction: Life with lymphedema is full of challenges that have a significant impact on the daily lives and psychology of people. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects of secondary lymphoedema on sexual activity, psychological disorders, pain, body image and psychological support. Methodology: A bibliographic review of articles and research studies was carried out on

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COMPULSIVE HOARDING SYNDROME: CLINICAL ASPECTS AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE IN COMMUNITY

Zartaloudi Afroditi

Monday, January 7, 2019

Pages: 181-192

The aim of the present study was to provide an overview of the compulsive hoarding syndrome, including manifestations of the problem, comorbidity and diagnostic issues, treatment approaches, epidemiology, course, and demographic features of compulsive hoarding. Material and Method: A literature review was conducted on both Greek and English languages, through Pubmed, Scopus, Science Direct and Google

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PAIN RATING SCALES IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER

Dousis Evangelos, Fotaraki Zoi Maria

Monday, January 7, 2019

Pages: 203-215

Pain in children with cancer is a subjective feeling as well as a frequent symptom that nurses have to deal with. Pain assessment can be done with special tools (scales). The purpose of the present study was to explore assessment of pain in children with cancer using measuring tools. Methodology: This was a review study. It was conducted a bibliographic review of international databases (PubMed,

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