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Issue 4 October-December 2019

Issue 4 October-December 2019Issue 4 October-December 2019

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Review Paper

DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS: CONCEPTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH PRO-MOTION

Zartaloudi Afroditi

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Pages: 223-237

Depression is a disorder that affects one's mood, disturbs one's thinking, behavior, and one's normal functioning. The aim of the present study was to review the literature about the cognitive and axiological model of depressive disorders, underscoring their importance to promoting mental health promotion and empowering individuals resilience in our society. Material and Method: A literature

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Review Paper

LONG-TERM CARE: GREEK REALITY

Brenta Georgia, Rompolas Periklis

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Pages: 238-254

Introduction: Long-term care involves providing health services and social care for people who need the help of others to handle basic and secondary daily activities due to physical or mental disability, during an extended period. During the past decades there has been an increase in the aging population as well as steady increase in middle age, resulting in the increased need for long-term care

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Review Paper

AMBIENT ASSISTED LIVING (AAL)

Stefanos

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Pages: 255-269

Introduction: The assisted living systems (AAL) patients developed personalized, adaptive and prudential requirements, which require high quality of service in order to achieve interoperability, usability, security, and accuracy. Aim: Exploration of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). Material & Method: Regarding of methodology, conducted a literature review (international & Greek) using scientific

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Original Paper

EPILEPSY IN ADULTS : DESCRIPTIVE CHARACTERISTICS

Roussos Spyridon, Kastos Dimitrios, Koutelekos John, Vasilopoulos Georgios, Kapadohos Theodoros, Kalogianni Antonia, Dousis Evangelos

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Pages: 270-282

pilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders with a global prevalence of 0.6% - 1.2%. It is a serious neurological disorder related to social stigma, psychiatric co-morbidity and high financial costs. Purpose: To explore the characteristics of adults diagnosed with epilepsy. Material and Method: The study sample consisted of 100 adults with a diagnosis of epilepsy who followed periodic

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Short Review Article

DEPRESSION IN HEMODIALYSIS

Benetou Sophia

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Pages: 283-285

Depression is the most common psychiatric disorder that keeps pace with renal failure.1 The term psychonephrology, is widely used to indicate that renal replacement therapy encounter with multiple stressors, thus resulting in psychiatric disturbance.2 During recent decades, the association between depression and hemodialysis receives a great deal of attention mainly due to deleterious effects

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