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However, this observation is based on a small number of studies. Finally, there is no evidence that integrated psychosocial interventions are superior to treatment as usual in this population.
This lack of efficacy may due to a real lack of efficacy or to methodological problems making the comparison of intervention studies difficult. Discussion The evidence supporting the main assumptions of the comorbidity field is not as strong as it may seem.
Moreover, important gaps in our understanding of the psychosis-addiction comorbidity remain. Due to lack of interest or lack of data, no meta-analysis has been performed, in the dual-diagnosis population, on injectable antipsychotics, subjective reasons for use, treatment compliance, medical comorbidities, the social context of use, the neurobiological links between substance use and psychosis, as well as the comparative efficacy of nicotine replacement therapy.
Afin de clarifier cette question, le groupe de Fazel et al. On en sait fort peu, par ailleurs, sur les liens biologiques entre la psychose et la toxicomanie. Psychosis, psychoactive substances, cognition, treatment, psychiatric outcomes.
After graduating with an arts degree in music, she quickly realized that the glamorous life of a jazz guitarist was not for her. She has since spent 7 years at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and is currently Director of Sales, where she focuses on and delights in growing audiences and ticket revenue in this wonderfully challenging cultural landscape. Author, Ashoka Fellow, President of Tamarack Institute Paul Born is the President and cofounder of the Tamarack Institute which since has provided leadership in Canada on issues of citizen engagement, collaborative leadership and community innovation.
She also has extensive experience dealing with all levels of government funding agencies having worked on contract for the Canada Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage assisting in the launch of the Arts Presentation Canada Program in Ontario.
He has spent 15 years writing, directing, producing, and starring in stage plays, short films, and sketch comedy. Program Officer, Music Section, Canada Council for the Arts Daniel Swift, a conductor and a musicologist, was artistic director of two Canadian orchestras, and guest conducted ensembles and orchestras in Canada, Europe and the United States.
Swift has regularly conducted concerts both for regional and national broadcast. He has also guest conducted numerous orchestras in Canada, the United States and Europe. He participated in the preparation of an edition of this work for music publisher Salabert.
With the implementation of a new strategic plan in , subsequent updates, and a wide variety of new programs, the organization has experienced significant growth in subscription and single ticket sales, as well as individual, corporate and government support, resulting in a surplus on annual operations for nine of the last ten years. The result has been a renewed spirit of support and admiration for the orchestra locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
In this position, he managed an orchestra of 99 full time musicians, and was responsible for all elements of program planning, concert production, and orchestra relations. He participated in four master agreement negotiations; planned and managed 12 domestic tours, each with concerts in Carnegie Hall, and four international tours, with concerts throughout Europe and Asia. Alexander was responsible for the production of over sixty recordings and seven national television programs for both the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
Concurrent with the above, Alexander managed the Cincinnati May Festival, an annual choral festival founded in for which the CSO is the official orchestra. Prior to being named General Manager, he served the CSO as Director of Regional and Educational Programs, overseeing all educational activities, and a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts in sixteen communities throughout Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. He has been a member of the League of American Orchestras since and Orchestras Canada since Boutin has been a senior partner in a communications and strategic planning consulting company for the past 20 years.
A woman of action and dedication, she has been a member of various Boards from the Chamber of Commerce to the local Conservatory including schools, choirs community groups.
She joined the Board of Orchestras Canada in November , was its chair from and is now past-chair. As the Chief Economists at Imagine Canada, Brian Emmett measures the impact of the Charitable and Nonprofit Sector and brings economic issues facing charities and nonprofits to the forefront of public policy decision makers.
Dafoe Prize for Canadian non-fiction. Working Capital for the Arts. Marsland has managed arts organizations since and was General Manager of the Danny Grossman Dance Company from to Since , Jane has been working as a free-lance arts consultant and has worked with more than arts organizations.
She has been the recipient of two arts community awards: In , she received the first M. Joan Chalmers Award for Arts Administration for outstanding leadership in the arts. I'm working on a modal for OC! Background Schizophrenia is well-known to be associated with a lack of insight into symptoms. Comparatively, little is known on insight into neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia, despite the fact that these dysfunctions are undoubtedly core features of the disorder.
Recently, growing interest has been paid to subjective cognition, and thus far, results have been heterogeneous. The objectives of current meta-analysis were to determine the magnitude of subjective complaints in schizophrenia; to examine the association between subjective cognitive complaints and objective cognition, as well psychiatric symptoms and insight into illness. The meta-analysis also sought to determine if results are influenced by the choice of the scale used to measure subjective cognition.
Studies involving patients with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders and measuring subjective cognition with a validated self-report scale were included. Studies using scales measuring insight into thinking processes e. Beck Cognitive Insight Scale were excluded.
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