Franziska Kühne

Franziska Kühne
Universität Potsdam · Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy

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Objectives: The use of simulated and standardized patients (SP) is widely accepted in the medical field and, from there, is beginning to disseminate into clinical psychology and psychotherapy. The purpose of this study was therefore to systematically review barriers and facilitators that should be considered in the implementation of SP interventio...
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Although the observation and assessment of psychotherapeutic competences is central to training, supervision, patient care, quality control, and life‐long practice, structured instruments are used only occasionally. In the current study, an observation‐based tool for the Assessment of Core CBT Skills (ACCS) was translated into German and adapted, a...
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Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a highly effective treatment of health anxiety, but it remains unclear through which mechanisms treatment effects prevail. Some evidence suggests that patients acquire skills-understood as techniques helping them reach therapy goals-through psychotherapy. In the current study, an observer-based rating scale for the s...
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Background: Psychotherapy is highly effective and widely acknowledged for treating various mental disorders. Nevertheless, in terms of methods for teaching effective psychotherapeutic approaches and competencies, there has been a lack of investigation. Training and supervision are the main strategies for teaching therapist competencies, and standa...
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Background: Although clinical supervision is considered to be a major component of the development and maintenance of psychotherapeutic competencies, and despite an increase in supervision research, the empirical evidence on the topic remains sparse. Methods: Because most previous reviews lack methodological rigor, we aimed to review the status...
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Aim Although research and clinical definitions of psychotherapeutic competence have been proposed, less is known about the layperson perspective. The aim was to explore the views of individuals with different levels of psychotherapy experience regarding what—in their views—constitutes a competent therapist. Method In an online survey, 375 persons...
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􏰏􏱊􏱀􏱄􏰼􏱈􏰆􏱄 􏰏􏰷􏱋􏰹 Although research and clinical definitions of psychotherapeutic competence have been proposed, less is known about the layperson perspective. The aim was to explore the views of individuals with different levels of psychotherapy experience regarding what—in their views—constitutes a competent therapist. 􏱘􏰶􏱄􏱇􏱉􏰭􏰹 In an online survey, 37...
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This study examined the effectiveness of psychological interventions for severe health anxiety (SHA) regarding somatic symptoms (SS) and health anxiety (HA). The databases Web of Science, EBSCO, and CENTRAL were searched on May 15, 2019, May 16, 2019, and August 5, 2019, respectively. Eighteen randomized controlled trials ( N = 2,050) met the inclu...
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Background Dysfunctional beliefs and assumptions of obsessive thoughts are decisive for the etiology and maintenance of obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD). The reliable and valid assessment of these beliefs using screening procedures is relevant for the cognitive behavioral therapy.Objective Based on the domains suggested by the Obsessive Compuls...
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Although effective treatments exist, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is, according to the views of patients and experts, still associated with chronicity, a term with no clear and consistent definition. To improve patient care and to foster research, a clear distinction between the various concepts of chronicity cited in the literature is cruci...
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Unter dem Begriff „psychotherapeutische Kompetenzen“ können unterschiedliche Eigenschaften und Verhaltensweisen von Therapeuten verstanden werden. Um zielgerichtet aus- und weiterbilden zu können, erscheint eine Definition relevanter Kompetenzen im Rahmen psychotherapeutischer Behandlungen als unabdingbare Voraussetzung. Zusätzlich ist es wichtig,...
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􏰮􏱊􏱭􏰶􏰆􏱄􏰷􏰸􏰶􏰹 􏰮􏱊􏱭􏰶􏰆􏱄􏰷􏰸􏰶Objective In contrast to research agendas being predominantly set by scientists or funders, a collaborative approach was used to spot future goals for research on obsessive‐compulsive disorder. Methods First, we conducted a meta‐review and then compared the results of two online surveys with OCD professionals and patients on re...
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While metacognitive interventions are gaining attention in the treatment of various mental disorders, a review of the literature showed that the term is often defined poorly and used for a variety of psychotherapeutic approaches that do not necessarily pursue the same goal. We give a summary of three metacognitive interventions which were developed...
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Assessments of psychotherapeutic competencies play a crucial role in research and training. However, research on the reliability and validity of such assessments is sparse. This study aimed to provide an overview of the current evidence and to provide an average interrater reliability (IRR) of psychotherapeutic competence ratings. A systematic revi...
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Purpose: The acquisition of skills is essential to the conceptualization of cognitive-behavioural therapy. Yet, what experiences are encountered and what skills actually learned during therapy, and whether patients and therapists have concurrent views hereof, remains poorly understood. Method: An explorative pilot study with semi-structured, corres...
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We evaluated the effectiveness and acceptability of metacognitive interventions for mental disorders. We searched electronic databases and included randomized and non‐randomized controlled trials comparing metacognitive interventions with other treatments in adults with mental disorders. Primary effectiveness and acceptability outcomes were symptom...
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Purpose: The acquisition of skills is essential to the conceptualization of cognitive-behavioural therapy. Yet, what experiences are encountered and what skills actually learned during therapy, and whether patients and therapists have concurrent views hereof, remains poorly understood. Method: An explorative pilot study with semi-structured, corres...
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Zusammenfassung: Theoretischer Hintergrund: Supervision spielt eine zentrale Rolle zum Wissens- und Kompetenzerwerb sowie in der Qualitätssicherung. Fragestellung: Ziel war es, den aktuellen Forschungsstand zur Supervision im Rahmen der kognitiven Verhaltenstherapie abzubilden, um daraus Schlussfolgerungen für die zukünftige Forschung abzuleiten. M...
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Patient involvement (PI) in research is increasingly required as a means to improve relevance and meaningfulness of research results. PI has been widely promoted by the National Institute for Health Research in England in the last years. In Germany, widespread involvement of patients in research is still missing. The methods used to realize PI have...
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Background: Supervision plays a central role for the acquisition of therapeutic knowledge and competence and for quality control. Objective: The study aimed at mapping the current evidence regarding cognitive-behavioral supervision, and drawing conclusions for future research. Method: For evidence synthesis, we conducted a scoping review to outline...
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BACKGROUND In cancer patients, pain is one of the main symptoms and especially in the late stages of disease, these symptoms can be associated with considerable suffering. In psycho-oncology, preliminary psychological therapies targeting cancer pain have been tested; however, a systematic review of available interventions is lacking, especially con...
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Rationale, aims and objectivesThe clarity of pivotal concepts is an important prerequisite for the development, evaluation and exchange of scientific ideas. The term ‘complex intervention’ is increasingly used in the health care literature, although it often remains unclear what is actually meant by this concept. Therefore, our aim was to analyse t...
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Context A severe and advanced parental cancer disease affects the psychosocial adaptation of all family members. Psychosocial symptoms are reported for ill and healthy parents and their dependent children. Objective The current review considers psychosocial aspects which are associated with parental palliative disease, how patients experience their...
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Background: Children of patients with cancer are at increased risk for developing emotional and behavioral problems. This study explored the prevalence and predictors of emotional and behavioral problems in Children of cancer patients in a multisite research project. Methods: A cross-sectional sample of N = 235 families was recruited simultaneou...
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To compare the emotional and behavioral problems of children of patients suffering from cancer or a mental disorder and their association with parental quality of life. A total of 223 children from 136 families and their 160 parents were investigated from multiple perspectives in a cross-sectional study. The consistency of different adjustment repo...
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The purpose of this study was the analysis of psychological distress and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of parents with minor children during curative resp. palliative treatment.Cross-sectional design with a sample of N=89 parent dyads. Dyadic analysis of demographic, illness and family variables via mixed linear models.Patients and healthy...
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Adopting a systems approach, parental cancer has its impact on patients, spouses, and dependent children. The purpose of the current study was to examine family functioning dependent on parental disease stage and on family member perspective in families of cancer patients with adolescent children. The cross-sectional study was conducted within a Ge...
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Objective: Parental physical disease is a family issue, but families' minor children are seldom considered. The current study analyzed experiences with implementation of counseling for families with physically ill parents and minor children during a European multisite pilot project. Method: Implementation protocols of seven European partner cent...
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Background Parental palliative disease is a family affair, however adolescent's well-being and coping are still rarely considered. The objectives of this paper were a) to identify differences in psychosocial adjustment and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) among adolescents and young adults with parents suffering from palliative cancer or canc...
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Although the whole family is affected by a parent's palliative disease, palliative care research does not yet routinely consider patients' minor children. Children's and adolescents' psychosocial functioning may be impaired during prolonged parental disease with poor prognosis. Therefore, more and more health care providers are establishing clinica...
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Children exposed to parental cancer have an increased risk of mental health problems. However, the parental illness itself and its features do not predict children's psychological adjustment. Parent and family-related factors are more predictive for children's well-being and the incidence of psychopathological symptoms, respectively. This study foc...
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Children of cancer patients have an increased risk of developing psychosocial problems. But not all children are alike vulnerable to this stressful event. Thus, knowledge of risk and protective factors is required to design specific diagnostic tools and interventions for this vulnerable population. This study aims to provide a review and methodolog...
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A shortage of primary care physicians (PCPs) seems likely in Germany in the near future and already exists in some parts of the country. Many currently practicing PCPs will soon reach retirement age, and recruiting young physicians for family practice is difficult. The attractiveness of primary care for young physicians depends on the job satisfact...
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Eine Krebserkrankung ist mit einer Reihe von medizinischen, psychischen, sozialen und existenziellen Stressoren verbunden. Eine solche Krisensituation hat Auswirkungen für das gesamte Familiensystem. So sind Patienten und Partner in ihren individuellen Rollen, aber auch als Eltern verstärkt gefordert. Außerdem wirkt sich eine elterliche Krebserkran...
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Physicians are quite often surveyed with the aim to investigate their opinions regarding provision and improvement of health care. However, in many cases response rates tend to be rather low. The aim of the study is to reflect methodological aspects regarding survey conduction and to analyse factors that cause physicians to take part in a study on...
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Kinder krebskranker Eltern erfahren als Zielgruppe familienbasierter Hilfsangebote im Rahmen der seelischen Gesundheitsvorsorge zunehmende Aufmerksamkeit in der psychosozialen Onkologie. Aufbauend auf den langjährigen Erfahrungen der Beratungsstelle „Kinder körperlich kranker Eltern“ am Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf mit dem dort entwickelt...
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Palliative Care is an approach that improves quality of life for patients and their families facing the problems associated with incurable life-threatening illness. In many countries, due to the rapidly ageing population, increasingly more people are suffering from serious chronic disease towards the end of life, making further development in palli...
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Findings of the closed questions in the first Delphi round. The table shows the descriptive assessment of the closed items in the first Delphi round.
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Categories and subcategories developed in the first Delphi round. The table presents the major categories and the subcategories that were developed in the first Delphi round. Quotes are given to illustrated a range of opinions of both groups palliative care and public health (PH = Public health expert, PC = Palliative care expert).
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Questionnaire used in the first Delphi round. The questionnaire which was used for the first Delphi round is shown, translated from German.
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Targets, importance and implementation. The table presents the targets for public health initiatives to improve palliative care in Germany, each with its importance and its implementation as assessed in the second Delphi round.
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Ziel der Studie und Methodik: Ein umfassender Impfschutz gegen Infektionskrankheiten ist für die Berufsgruppen im medizinischen Versorgungssystem zum Schutz der eigenen wie auch der Patienten-Gesundheit notwendig. Im Rahmen schriftlicher Fragebogenuntersuchungen wurde der aktuelle Impfstatus gegenüber Diphtherie, Hepatitis A und B, Mumps, Masern, P...

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