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Autori: Tavormina, Maurilio GM; Giuseppe Tavormina; Nemoianni, Eugenio; Franza, Francesco; d’Errico, Immacolata; Spurio, Maria Grazia; Tavormina, Romina; Zdanowicz, Nicolas; De Mesmaeker, Stephanie; Harangozó, Judit; Nyulászi, Anna; Bulyáki, Tünde; Urlic, Ivan; Russo, Andrea; Agius, Mark
Naslov: THINKING OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AS “NORMAL” ILLNESS Data from a questionnaire on social stigma: a multicenter study
Izvornik: Psychiatria Danubina (0353-5053) 28 (2016), Supplement 1; 125-131
Vrsta rada: Conference paper
Ključne riječi: social stigma ; mental illness ; questionnaire ; psychiatric professionals ; psychiatric patients
Sažetak:
Prejudice and stigma about mental illness is still present in society. Patients suffer both from the disease, and from the marginalization behavior exhibited by others towards them and their families. Psychiatric professionals may also become ill and suffer for the same reason. The authors of this international multicenter study have set themselves the question of whether there may be prejudice and/or stigma among psychiatric professionals towards their suffering colleagues, among patients towards nursing staff affected by the same disease and between patients themselves. Using two standardized questionnaires which have been tested, but have not been used before they have studied 207 mental health professionals and 407 patients, of Italian, Belgian, Hungarian and Croatian nationalities. The results show that there are in fact prejudices among Mental Health Professionals about colleagues suffering from mental illness because they responded that such persons cannot treat well patients with their own pathology. However Mental Health Professionals do not demonstrate behaviors which are not frankly marginalizing or stigmatizing towards colleagues suffering from mental illness. On the other hand, among patients the prevailing view was that psychiatric professionals who suffer from mental illness, can better understand the sick, because they are also suffering. This is in analogy with the Jungian theory of the "wounded healer" in the myth of the centaur Chiron. Patients did not demonstate rejection or marginalization behavior towards other sick patients. Finally both the professionals and the patients tend to be cautious in relating to healthy persons and ten d not to disclose their suffering for fear of being misjudged or marginalized.
Izvorni jezik: ENG
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Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXP) (sastavni dio Web of Science Core Collectiona)
Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) (sastavni dio Web of Science Core Collectiona)
Kategorija: Ostalo
Znanstvena područja:
Kliničke medicinske znanosti,Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita,Psihologija
URL Internet adrese: http://www.hdbp.org/psychiatria_danubina/pdf/dnb_vol28_sup1/dnb_vol28_sup1_125.pdf
URL cjelovitog teksta:
Google Scholar: THINKING OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AS “NORMAL” ILLNESS Data from a questionnaire on social stigma: a multicenter study
Upisao u CROSBI: Andrea Russo (arusso@pfst.hr), 21. Stu. 2016. u 11:43 sati



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