Vol 16, No 4 (2019)

Date published: 2019-11-28

Table of Contents

open access

Prace oryginalne - nadesłane

Anxiety in women with lymphedema following treatment for breast cancer

Jose Maria Pereira de Godoy, Maria de Fatima Guerreiro Godoy

Research paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):175-177.

Mindfulness: an upward spiral process to combat depression

Raghavendra Sode, Kalaa Chenji

Research paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):178-184.

Perceived life stress and the burnout syndrome in group of Polish psychiatrists

Marta Makara-Studzińska, Sławomir Murawiec, Maciej Matuszczyk, Maciej Załuski

Research paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):85-192.

Selected aspects of sexual functioning and self-esteem in patients with schizophrenia

Anna Zaniewska, Marta Dębowska

Research paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):193-200.
Preliminary report

Creating and implementing the course of introduction to psychiatry for medical students: chances and difficulties

Łukasz Cichocki, Krzysztof Walczewski, Martyna Kędziora-Wysocka, Katarzyna Pragnący, Andrzej Marycz, Paweł Smyk, Anna Depukat

Brief communication

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):212-217.
Prace kazuistyczne

Severe depression with severe cognitive impairment or dementia?

Marta Julia Broniarczyk-Czarniak, Katarzyna Sowińska, Justyna Białas, Monika Talarowska

Case report

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):218-226.
Prace poglądowe - nadesłane

Novel psychoactive substances: what the doctors should know in 2019?

Gniewko Więckiewicz, Robert Pudlo

Review paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):227-232.

Diagnostic criteria of mental disorders for adults with intellectual disability in DC-LD classification

Beata Kowalewska, Łukasz Kowalewski, Mirosława Kierzkowska, Wiktor Dróżdż

Review paper

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):233-246.

27th European Forum of Psychiatric Trainees

Anna Szczegielniak, Anna Rewekant

Conference report / Report

Psychiatria 2019;16(4):255-257.

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