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  1. Legal status and other resettlement stressors are known to impact mental health of asylum seekers and refugees. However, the ways in which they interact with treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) w...

    Authors: Boris Drožđek, Astrid M Kamperman, Wietse A Tol, Jeroen W Knipscheer and Rolf J Kleber
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2013 13:148
  2. Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) is associated with a range of psychosocial and mental health problems. Having a psychiatric illness increases likelihood of being a victim of DVA. Despite the evidence of a hi...

    Authors: Roos E. Ruijne, Louise M. Howard, Kylee Trevillion, Femke E. Jongejan, Carlo Garofalo, Stefan Bogaerts, Cornelis L. Mulder and Astrid M. Kamperman
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2017 17:288
  3. Compulsory admissions have a strong effect on psychiatric patients and represent a deprivation of personal liberty. Although the rate of such admissions is tending to rise in several Western countries, there i...

    Authors: Mark H. de Jong, Margreet Oorschot, Astrid M. Kamperman, Petra E. Brussaard, Esther M. Knijff, Roland van de Sande, Arthur R. Van Gool and Cornelis L. Mulder
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2017 17:350
  4. This study took place to enable the measurement of the effects on mental health of a psychosocial intervention in Rwanda. It aimed to establish the capacities of the Self-Reporting Questionnaire (SRQ-20) to sc...

    Authors: Willem F Scholte, Femke Verduin, Anouk van Lammeren, Theoneste Rutayisire and Astrid M Kamperman
    Citation: BMC Medical Research Methodology 2011 11:116
  5. It is largely unknown which unmet needs in the Camberwell Assessment of Need Short Appraisal Schedule (CANSAS) need to be resolved in order to improve a patients’ subjective quality of life (QoL). We therefore...

    Authors: Hans E Kortrijk, Astrid M Kamperman and Cornelis L Mulder
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2014 14:306
  6. Depression during pregnancy is a common and high impact disease. Generally, 5–10 % of pregnant women suffer from depression. Children who have been exposed to maternal depression during pregnancy have a higher...

    Authors: Babette Bais, Astrid M. Kamperman, Marjolein D. van der Zwaag, Gwen C. Dieleman, Hanneke W. Harmsen van der Vliet-Torij, Hilmar H. Bijma, Ritsaert Lieverse, Witte J. G. Hoogendijk and Mijke P. Lambregtse-van den Berg
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2016 16:381