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Sartorius, N.

Works: 229 works in 843 publications in 2 languages and 18,310 library holdings
Genres: Classification  Conference papers and proceedings  Festschriften  Methods (Music) 
Roles: Author, Editor, Author of introduction, Other, Redactor, Contributor, Publishing director, Creator
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Most widely held works by N Sartorius
Depressive disorders by Mario Maj( )

45 editions published between 1999 and 2009 in English and held by 2,133 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Takes a unique and highly informative approach to key issues surrounding depressive disorders. The six systematic reviews, written by outstanding authors, focus on topics such as the choice and duration of drug treatment and the cost of depressive disorders. They are accompanied by commentaries giving advice from clinicians of different orientations and countries. This volume: & lowast; Gives the best available evicence to enable well & ndash;informed clinical decision & ndash;making & lowast; Covers developments in diagnosis, therapy, prognosis, economic evaluation and quality improvement & lowast; Summarises the & prime;evidence & prime; and the & prime;experience & prime; providing an unbiased and reliable reference point & lowast; Comprehensively itemises and evaluates the relevant points It provides insights that will prove invaluable to psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, managers and policy makers
Dementia by Mario Maj( )

26 editions published between 2000 and 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,762 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ch. 1. Definition, and Epidemiology of Dementia -- Definition, and Epidemiol ogy of dementia: A Review / A.S. Henderson and A.F. Jorm. 1.1. The Continuing Evolution of Dementia Epidemiology / M. Ganguli. 1.2. Dementia: Hope for the Future / S. Lovestone. 1.3. Dementia: Much Information, Many Unanswered Questions / L.F. Jarvik. 1.4. Vascular Factors and Dementia / I. Skoog. 1.5. Dementia: Known and Unknown / E.D. Caine. 1.6. Dementia: a Public Health Emergency and a Scientific Challenge / L. Fratiglioni. 1.7. Dementia: Plenty of Questions Still to Be Answered / R. Jacoby. 1.8. Rates and Risk Factors for Dementia: Evidence or Controversy? / P. Kragh-Sorensen, K. Andersen and A. Lolk / [and others]. 1.9. Dementia: the Public Health Challenge / K.I. Shulman. 1.10. Definition and Epidemiology of Dementia: Some Issues that Need Clarification / P.J. Whitehouse. 1.11. Dementia: the Challenge for the Next Decade / A. Mann. 1.12. Recent Progress in the Definition and Epidemiology of Dementia / A. Burns. 1.13. Dementia: Some Controversial Issues / M.R. Jorge. 1.14. Is the Prevalence Rate of Alzheimer's Disease Increasing in Japan? / A. Homma -- Ch. 2. Clinical Diagnosis of Dementia -- Clinical Diagnosis of Dementia: A Review / B. Reisberg, E. Franssen and M.A. Shah / [et al.]. 2.1. The Value of Inclusive Diagnostic Thinking and Appreciating Developmental Variance / E.B. Larson. 2.2. Reflections on Retrogenesis / J. O'Brien. 2.3. Dementia: Diagnosis, Progression and Retrogression / P.S. Sachdev. 2.4. Staging of Severe Alzheimer's Disease and the Concept of Retrogenesis: Doors to Be Opened for Research and Clinical Practice / R. Heun. 2.5. When Diagnosis is Certain, Functional Scores are Robust and Recommendable Markers of the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease / G. Ransmayr. 2.6. Findings with the Aid of Functional Assessment Staging (FAST) / Martin Roth. 2.7. Two Decades of Longitudinal Research in Alzheimer's Disease / S.I. Finkel. 2.8. Diagnosing Dementia: the Need for Improved Criteria / G. Gold. 2.9. Pitfalls in Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease / I. Kloszewska. 2.10. Evaluating the Performance of Measures to Assess Dementia / D.R. Gifford. 2.11. Dementia as a Diagnostic Entity / S. Wibisono -- Ch. 3. Neuropsychological and Instrumental Diagnosis of Dementia -- Neuropsychological and Instrumental Diagnosis of Dementia: A Review / O. Almkvist. 3.1. Improving Diagnosis of Dementia / M. Rossor. 3.2. The Contribution of Neuropsychology to the Assessment of Dementia Syndromes / K. Ritchie. 3.3. Neuropsychological and Instrumental Diagnosis of Dementia: the Evidence / P. Scheltens. 3.4. Some Clinical Aspects and Research Issues in the Neuropsychological Assessment of Dementia / A.U. Monsch. 3.5. The Role of Cognitive and Functional Evaluation in the Care of Patients with Dementia / R.C. Mohs. 3.6. Evaluating the Cognitive Changes of Normal and Pathologic Aging / J.C. Morris and W.P. Goldman. 3.7. Alzheimer's Disease and Other Degenerative Dementias: Need for an Early Diagnosis / R. Mielke and W.-D. Heiss. 3.8. Neuropsychological and Instrumental Diagnosis of Dementia in a Clinical Context / G.K. Wilcock. 3.9. Neuropsychological Tests that Are Helpful to the Etiological Diagnosis of Dementia / F. Pasquier. 3.10. The Importance of an Early Diagnosis in Alzheimer's Disease / A. Nordberg. 3.11. When Should We Use Which Diagnostic Tools? / G. Stoppe. 3.12. Factors Affecting Diagnosis in Dementia / A. Heerlein -- Ch. 4. Pharmacological Treatment of Dementia -- Pharmacological Treatment of Dementia: A Review / S.C. Samuels and K.L. Davis. 4.1. Alzheimer's Disease is Treatable / P.N. Tariot. 4.2. Treatment of Dementia: Where Do We Go from Here? / D.P. Devanand. 4.3. The Future of Alzheimer's Pharmacotherapeutics / E.R. Peskind. 4.4. Outcome Measures and Ethical Issues in the Pharmacotherapy of Alzheimer's Disease / G. Waldemar. 4.5. From Bench to Bedside: How to Treat Dementia / S. Gauthier. 4.6. Some Limitations in the Drug Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease / B.E. Leonard. 4.7. Issues Regarding the Pharmacotherapy of Dementia / K.L. Lanctot. 4.8. Treatment of Cognitive and Non-cognitive Disturbances in Dementia / W. Samuel and D.V. Jeste. 4.9. Are There Concerns about the "Real World" Effectiveness and Safety of Medications for Alzheimer's Disease? / L.S. Schneider. 4.10. Phytoneuropsychotropics in Alzheimer's Disease: Treatment and/or Prevention / T.M. Itil -- Ch. 5. Psychosocial Interventions for Dementia -- Psychosocial Interventions for Dementia: A Review / F. Baro. 5.1. Psychosocial Dimensions of Dementia Care / K.C. Buckwalter. 5.2. First Experience, then Evidence, then Possibly New Criteria / M. Powell Lawton. 5.3. The Development of Cognitive Neurorehabilitation for Alzheimer's Disease / T. Asada. 5.4. Psychosocial Interventions and Behavioural Treatments for Dementia / L. Teri. 5.5. The Need for Greater Specificity in Psychosocial Interventions / C. Beck. 5.6. Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia: the Nature and Focus of Intervention, Outcome Measurement and Quality of Life / S. Banerjee. 5.7. General Comments on Psychosocial Interventions for Dementia / E. Miller. 5.8. Changing Therapeutic Paradigms / B. Groulx. 5.9. Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia: Attitudes, Approaches, Therapies and Quality of Life / E. Chiu. 5.10. The Importance of Touch and Contact / Y. Barak. 5.11. The Need to Improvise and Look for Evidence / A.M. Ashour. 5.12. The Need for Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia / M. Suarez Richards. 5.13. Sharing and Supporting Families with Dementia / R. Srinivasa Murthy -- Ch. 6. Costs of Dementia -- Costs of Dementia: A Review / B. Jonsson, L. Jonsson and A. Wimo. 6.1. Dementia: the Challenges for Economic Analysis / W. Max. 6.2. Costs of Dementia: More Questions than Answers / C. Selai. 6.3. Toward the Economics of Dementia / A.E. Rupp. 6.4. A Cautionary Commentary on Costs of Dementia Studies / J. Schneider. 6.5. Costs of Dementia: Valuable Information for Economic Evaluations / C.K. Andersen. 6.6. Cost of illness Study in Dementia: a Comment / J.-M. Graf von der Schulenburg. 6.7. Dementia: Whose Burden Is It Anyway? / S.K. Khandelwal
Schizophrenia by Mario Maj( )

21 editions published between 1999 and 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,572 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Makes critical, objective and reliable comparisons between research & prime;evidence & prime; and clinical & prime;experience & prime; on controversial issues surrounding schizophrenia. By using systematic reviews with accompanying commentaries from experienced clinicians, this volume is able to assess the key topics such as diagnosis, therapy and prevention of disability and stigma. This volume provides: & lowast; The best available evidence to enable well & ndash;informed clinical decision making & lowast; Valuable insights from some of the world & prime;s leading experts in the field of schizophrenia & lowast; Coherent description and discussion of the relevant issues. It will be a vital source of information for psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, managers and policy makers
Promoting mental health internationally by Leon Eisenberg( )

5 editions published in 1999 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,055 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Psychiatry in society by N Sartorius( )

9 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 812 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Psychiatry in Society provides an overview of the recent socio-economic and cultural changes affecting mental health and mental health care. These changes include: * The increasing complexity of the economic contexts within which mental health services are funded and delivered * The demand for cost-effectiveness evidence * The rationing of access to new pharmacotherapies and psychotherapies * The emergence of quality of life as an essential criterion in the assessment of health care interventions * The growing awareness of the influence of stigma on shaping the long-term course of severe mental disorders * The enhanced role of advocacy groups in providing information, advice and support to sufferers This book will be of interest to psychiatrists and psychologists, mental health workers, managers and policy makers
Reducing the stigma of mental illness : a report from a Global Programme of the World Psychiatric Association by N Sartorius( )

14 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 598 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In 1996, the WPA began an international programme to fight the stigma and discrimination associated with schizophrenia. The 'Open the Doors' programme has been implemented since then in more than 20 countries and has involved in the region of 200 different anti-stigma interventions." "This book details the results of these international efforts and provides recommendations and guidance for those seeking to join this initiative or to start similar efforts for dispelling stigma and discrimination."--BOOK JACKET
Treatment of mental disorders : a review of effectiveness( Book )

9 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 465 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Health and cross-cultural psychology : toward applications( Book )

12 editions published between 1987 and 1999 in English and held by 421 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ethics in psychiatry : European contributions by H Helmchen( )

17 editions published between 2010 and 2012 in English and held by 381 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Ethics in Psychiatry" presents a comprehensive review of ethical issues arising in psychiatric care and research; relates ethical issues to changes and challenges of society; examines the application of general ethics to specific psychiatric problems and relates these to moral implications of psychiatry practice; deals with recently arising ethical problems; contains contributions of leading European ethicists, philosophers, lawyers, historians and psychiatrists; and, provides a basis for the exploration of culture-bound influences on morals, manners and customs in the light of ethi
Depression and heart disease by Alexander H Glassman( )

15 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 354 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Many patients with cardiovascular disease also experience psychiatric symptoms and distress. Patients with psychiatric problems, particularly depression, may be more susceptible to cardiovascular disorders. The presence of depression aggravates the course of the disease and is associated with reduced compliance to prescribed medications and secondary prevention measures. Cardiologists and psychiatrists therefore need an awareness of these problems and to know how to assess their effect in a given patient, how to treat one disorder in the context of another and how to manage the whole patient, not isolated symptoms
Families and mental disorders : from burden to empowerment( )

12 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and held by 351 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

According to the World Health Organization's World Health Report 2001, one family in four worldwide has at least one member currently suffering from a mental disorder. This disorder often remains undiagnosed and untreated, but the behaviour of the ill person usually has a significant impact on the quality of life of the family and on the mental health of the other members of the family, and generates feelings of shame, guilt, helplessness and despair
Mental illness, discrimination and the law : fighting for social justice( )

4 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 348 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book describes clearly how legislation can be used to advance the rights and entitlements of people with mental health problems. Straightforward and practical, it provides useful information on how to address disabilities so these people may enjoy full citizenship. It presents the key issues succinctly and illustrates these with legislative examples from around the world. This book documents the role that law can play, at all levels, in combating such discrimination and abuse
Health and behaviour : selected perspectives by David A Hamburg( Book )

12 editions published between 1989 and 2006 in English and held by 348 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Aimed at all those concerned with improving health care, this book by various international experts covers the sociology of health care in developing countries, mental health aspects of general health care, and the dangers to children through disease and malnutrition
Measurement and classification of psychiatric symptoms; an instruction manual for the PSE and Catego Program by J. K Wing( Book )

22 editions published between 1974 and 2011 in English and Undetermined and held by 347 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mental health services : the cross-cultural context( Book )

10 editions published between 1984 and 2003 in English and held by 331 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Early detection and management of mental disorders by Mario Maj( )

2 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 317 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Research evidence concerning the precursors (a sign or symptom that heralds another) and prodromes (an early or premonitory symptom of a disease) of the various mental disorders is growing but is at present widely dispersed and inaccessible. Clinicians have to rely on their own experience, which is often limited, when faced with several delicate diagnostic and treatment issues. This book aims to approach for the first time in a comprehensive way this emerging area of clinical psychiatry. The World Health Organisation has found that mental disorders such as depression and psychosis rank in the
Understanding the stigma of mental illness : theory and interventions( )

9 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 317 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Understanding the stigma of mental illness is the first book that focuses on evaluation and research methodologies in stigma and mental health. It presents new interventions to reduce stigma with respect to mental health, so it is useful for clinicians and researchers who wish to apply or develop these or similar programmes. Understanding the stigma of mental illness also describes various international programmes to help reduce stigma about mental health issues. Finally it discusses the use of the internet as an international tool to promote awareness of stigma in mental health
Depression and cancer by David W Kissane( )

12 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and Undetermined and held by 315 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recently, there has been a growing awareness of the multiple interrelationships between depression and cancer. Depression and Cancer is devoted to the interaction between these disorders. The book examines various aspects of this comorbidity and describes how the negative consequences of depression in cancer could be avoided or ameliorated, given that effective depression treatments for cancer patients are available. Renowned psychiatrists and oncologists summarize the latest evidence on the epidemiology, pathogenesis, screening and recognition, and cultural and public health implications of d
Assessment of depression by N Sartorius( Book )

15 editions published between 1985 and 1986 in English and German and held by 311 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Depressive illnesses, as epidemiological studies have consistently shown, are amongthe most frequent psychicdisorders encountered in hospital and everyday practice. Moreover, during the last few decades the prevalence of depression has definitely been increas ing. Its alarming frequency - especially among women - has re cently been confirmed once again by epidemiologicalfindings pub lished in the United States of America. The World Health Organi zation estimates the world-wide prevalence of depression at 3% to 5%. Amongthefactors contributingtothecurrentincreaseareexces sively abrupt changes in social structures and living conditions, as well as a departure from traditional values which is often accompa nied by disruptionofthe family unit and loss ofreligious faith. Fur ther factors include the unfettered materialism ofthe modern age, the hectic pace of technological progress, and the loneliness to which elderly people in particular are exposed. Finally, the increas ing life expectancy ofthe population in almost all countries ofthe world raises the incidence of cardiovascular disorders, brain dis ease, and malignanttumors, thusinevitably addingtothe riskofde pressive illness in old age. The prominent position occupied by the diagnosis and treat ment of depression in everyday medical practice is apparent from the results ofan enquiry conducted among some 15000 doctors in Austria, the Federal RepublicofGermany, France, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. This enquiry disclosed that ofall patients consulting a doctor, upto 10% - and sometimesmore - couldbeclassifiedas de pressed, and that in more than one-halfofthe patients a so-called masked form ofdepression was found. Duringthe last 15years, biological psychiatricresearchfocusing on depression has made more significant progress than everbefore
Recovery from schizophrenia : an international perspective : a report from the WHO collaborative project, the International Study of Schizophrenia by Kim Hopper( )

2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 307 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book is a report of the findings of the International Study of Schizophrenia (ISoS), an outgrowth of several epidemiological studies coordinated by the World Health Organization between 1966 and 1997. Focusing on variations in the course and outcome of schizophrenic disorders in patients worldwide, the investigation occurred in 14 countries in both the developed and developing world. Some of the most significant conclusions: that while recovery from schizophrenia is a struggle for many patients, it is possible to achieve in terms of improved daily function and that, with appropriate treatment, schizophrenia has a favorable outcome for a significant portion of those afflicted with it. This is a unique resource for mental health professionals, practitioners, and researchers worldwide
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Norman Sartorius Croatian psychiatrist

Sartorius, N.

Sartorius, N. 1935-

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DementiaSchizophreniaPromoting mental health internationallyPsychiatry in societyReducing the stigma of mental illness : a report from a Global Programme of the World Psychiatric AssociationEthics in psychiatry : European contributionsDepression and heart diseaseFamilies and mental disorders : from burden to empowerment