Marion chirio-espitalier

Marion chirio-espitalier
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nantes | CHU Nantes · Pôle de psychiatrie et santé mentale

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Background Few qualitative studies have explored the impact of group-based psychoeducation programs from the perspective of patients with bipolar disorder, and no studies to date have examined the effects of such programs on patients’ personal recovery. The aim of this study was to explore the effects of a group therapeutic education program on the...
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Personal recovery from psychiatric disorders is a journey toward a satisfying and hopeful life despite the possible persistence of symptoms. This concept has gained interest and become an increasingly important goal in mental health care programmes. Personal Recovery is well described in the context of severe mental illnesses in general, but little...
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Crossed views on confinement: people living with mental disorders, families, and caregivers Aims: The study examines the experience of people living with mental disorders and their family during the spring 2020 confinement in France, as well as the care they received during this period. It also focuses on the experiences of caregivers and how they...
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Aims: The study examines the experience of people living with mental disorders and their family during the spring 2020 confinement in France, as well as the care they received during this period. It also focuses on the experiences of caregivers and how they reorganized themselves during this same period. Method: Using both qualitative and quanti...
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PurposeThe cognitive profiles of patients suffering from anorexia nervosa (AN) are currently explored as potential facilitating and/or maintenance factors. Specific data in restrictive AN (AN-R) remain contradictory. This study focused on women with AN-R to evaluate their cognitive functions to develop a more specific cognitive remediation program....
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Background Social communication disorder (SCD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that includes communication difficulties. Literature linking SCD and addictions is scarce, and there are only a few case reports regarding the co-occurrence of addiction and autism disorder spectrum, and only one of them addressed behavioural addictions. Case presentat...
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Background People suffering from schizophrenia cannot easily access employment in European countries. Different types of vocational programs coexist in France: supported employment, sheltered employment (ShE), and hybrid vocational programs. It is now acknowledged that the frequent cognitive impairments constitute a major obstacle to employment for...
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Introduction: Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that is associated with a long-term impairment in psychosocial functioning and quality of life. The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of a therapeutic education program on the quality of life of patients with bipolar disorder (type 1 or 2). Method: This study included 18 pati...
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Attention is impaired in schizophrenia. Early attention components include orienting and alerting, as well as executive control networks. Previous studies have shown mainly executive control deficits, while few of them found orienting and alerting abnormalities. Here we explore the different attentive networks, their modulation and interactions in...
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Visual orienting tasks reveal an impaired disengagement of attention in schizophrenia. We explored visual orientation in 20 schizophrenia patients (SZ), 20 full siblings (FS), and 20 controls (C) using a cued target detection (gap vs. no gap) and a choice reaction time task. SZ but not FS had longer reaction time with comparable reactions to warnin...

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