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Nikitas A. Arnaoutoglou

Nikitas A. Arnaoutoglou
1st Department of Psychiatry Aristotle University Thessaloniki

Ph.D.

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Introduction
I am a consultant in Old Age Psychiatry and a scient. associate at the 1st Dpt of Psychiatry, Papageorgiou Hospital, Aristotle University Thessaloniki. (2017-2019) V. Researcher Univ. Of Cambridge. (2015-2017) H. Clinical and Research Fellow within the Neurobiology of Aging Research Team, University of Oxford. Full bio at Personal Page: http://www.psyxiatros.gr/en/nikitas_arnaoutoglou/
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October 2015 - September 2017
University of Oxford
Position
  • Fellow
Description
  • Under the supervision of Prof. Klaus P. Ebmeier working on a meta-analysis of all cognitive tests in Mild cognitive impairment since 1999 and analyzing results for visual perception in Demented patients.

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Publications (23)
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Introduction: Psychiatric trainees lack psychotherapy training. In 2018, the European Psychiatric Association (EPA) offered a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy”. We will present an overview of the course participants and engagement metrics, and propose improvements for future courses. Methods: Non-ide...
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Introduction: Psychiatric trainees lack psychotherapy training. In 2018, the European Psychiatric Association (EPA) offered a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), "Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy". We will present an overview of the course participants and engagement metrics, and propose improvements for future courses. Methods: Non-ide...
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Aims and method To establish whether a dementia intensive support (DIS) service that is part of a crisis resolution and home treatment team for older people is preventing admissions to acute hospital and psychiatric wards. The number of referrals in 2017 to the DIS service was established and those admitted to hospital ascertained. Senior doctors e...
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A better training in psychotherapy is needed for psychiatry trainees. Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT) could be a good solution. Free and wide audience course like Massive Open Online course (MOOCs) increase dissemination and accessibility of the training. However, the engagement needs to be improved. A hybrid approach seems relevant wi...
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Background The Health of the Nation Outcomes Scales (HoNOS) has been widely used as an outcome measure in UK mental health settings for the past decade. The data-set gathered provides a unique opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of the totality of mental healthcare in ‘real-world’ conditions; much of our clinical evidence currently comes from...
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Mild cognitive impairment is regarded as a prodrome to dementia, involving subjective memory complaint, greater forgetfulness than one would expect for age and intact activities of daiy living in a patient not meeting criteria for dementia. Numerous short bedside cognitive tests can be used to assess cognition, and they have varying characteristics...
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Background Since June 2016 Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT) has established two daytime (operate from 8am to 8pm) crisis and home treatment teams (CRHTT) for older people with a full-time consultant embedded in both the North and South of the county. The CRHTT has a Dementia and Intensive Support (DIS) ‘arm’ and staff work across...
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Introduction Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is regarded as a prodrome to dementia. Various cognitive tests can help with diagnosis; meta‐analysis of diagnostic accuracy studies would assist clinicians in choosing optimal tests. Methods We searched online databases for “mild cognitive impairment” and “diagnosis” or “screening” from 01/01/1999 to...
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Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is the underlying aetiology of 10–15% of all cases of dementia and as such is a clinically important diagnosis. In the past few years, substantial advances have been made in understanding the genetics and pathology of this condition. For example, research has expanded our knowledge of the proteinaceous inclusions tha...
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The thalassemias are the most common single gene disorder in the world. Nowadays, the average life expectancy of patients in developed countries has increased significantly, while, there was an increase of complications. We aimed to investigate peripheral neuropathy and myopathy in this patient group using a neurophysiological study. We performed n...
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Background Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and Vascular Dementia (VaD) are the most common causes of dementia in older people. Both diseases appear to have similar clinical symptoms, such as deficits in attention and executive function, but specific cognitive domains are affected. Current cohort studies have shown a close relationship between αβ deposits...
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The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) aimed to evaluate the actual psychotherapy availabilities in Europe for psychiatry trainees and the implementation of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) guidelines in their training.

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Projects (7)
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My current work focuses on identifying accurate and effective screening assessment tools for dementia with the implication of machine-learning techniques.
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Creating an AI ethical system - new approach