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arrow The Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) on Diabetes Distress and Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetes

2-03-2016
Please note that a new online early paper has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
Section: Original Paper
Authors: Seyed-Reza A, Norzarina MZ, Kimura LW
Keywords: Glycemic Control, Diabetes Distress, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Malaysia
Abstract: Introduction: This study was designed to determine the effectiveness of combined group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in improving diabetes distress and glycemic control among 60 adults with type 2 diabetes.
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arrow Co-morbid Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus or Dyslipidemia among Patients Prescribed with Second Generation Antipsychotic: A Comparison Study between Aripiprazole, Quetiapine and Clozapine based on Pharmacy Prescription Database

4-12-2015
Please note that a new online early paper has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
Section: Original Paper
Authors: Ng CG, Chan PL, Said MA
Keywords: Aripiprazole, Quetiapine, Clozapine, Hypertensive, Diabetes, Hyperlipidemia, Metabolic Syndrome
Abstract: Introduction: Second generation antipsychotic (SGA) was linked to increased risk of metabolic syndrome. The risk varies between different SGA. We aim to study this risk by examining the co-prescription of antihypertensive, antidiabetic and lipid lowering drugs in patients prescribed with either aripiprazole, quetiapine or clozapine.
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arrow Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry, June 2015, Vol. 24, No. 1

18-11-2015
Please note that the latest journal issue Volume 24, No 1, 2015 has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
MPA Members can login and download the full issue here in MPA's website or download it from the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry (MJP) e-Journal website www.mjpsychiatry.org.
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arrow A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body

9-11-2015
Please note that a new online early paper has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
Section: Editorial
Author: Zainal NZ
Abstract: Mind and body are two entities that are interrelated to each other. A person cannot be considered as healthy only with the absence of physical disease if the mind is not at peace.
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arrow Identification and Management of Psychiatric Co-Morbidities in Dermatological Disorders

28-10-2015
Please note that a new online early paper has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
Section: Original Paper
Authors: Deshpande SS, Gokhale NR, More Y
Keywords: Psychodermatology, Psychocutaneous Disorders, Liaison Psychiatry
Abstract: Background: Comprehensive management of most of the dermatological disorders should include inputs for better mental health. Clinical practice of Psychodermatology, established at a tertiary hospital helps in effectively managing depression and anxiety associated with these conditions.
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arrow Hazards of Deliriogenic Medications Used in a High Risk Patient: A Case Report

25-10-2015
Please note that a new online early paper has been published in the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry!
Section: Case Report
Authors: Seed HF, Thong KS, Siti-Nor Aizah A
Keywords: Benzodiazepine, Coma, Delirium, Elderly, Pin Point Pupils
Abstract: Although disturbance of consciousness in delirium patients have been well established, but sudden drop of Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) level to three is frightening and mysterious.
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