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P02-224 - Telepsichiatric Consultation and Treatment for MOBBING VICTIMS

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 April 2020

M. Stojakovic
Affiliation:
Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University Banjaluka, Banjaluka Clinic for Psychiaty, Clinical Center Banjaluka, Banja Luka
S. Vukadinovic
Affiliation:
Clinic for Psychiaty, Clinical Center Banjaluka, Banja Luka
B. Stojakovic
Affiliation:
Medical Electronic, Banjaluka, Bosnia-Herzegovina
D. Trkulja
Affiliation:
Mental Health Unit, Center for Mental Health, Banjaluka, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Abstract

Aims

In this paper, we showed the experience, application and effect of various treatment models, including telepsychiatric conusltation use for MOBBING VICTIMS. Telepsychiatry, as a branch of telemedicine, may be defined as the delivery of psychiatric treatment remotely, using live two-way video-teleconferencing equipment.

Methods

Total sample data is 165 examinees, in the age of 18-65 years. They have been treated in Center for telepsychiatry in virtual psychiatry Ambulance for various psychiatric syndromes, all having the same denominator-mobbing, as ethiopathogenetic factor.

In the research, the following instruments were used: Questionnaire of socio-demographical, Telepsychiatric interview (with teleconsultation), Beck's scale for self-esteem of depression, Hamilton's scale for depression (HAM-D) and Hamilton's scale for anxiety (HAM-A).

Results

Upon evaluation, it was identified that major proportion of examinees shows

Mental health and psychiatric dignosis 105 (63,64%)

And other Diferent somatic diagnosis 57 (34,55%)

And only 3 (1,81%) without any diagnosis.

From 105 (63,64%) Mental health and psychiatric diagnosis 83 (79,04%) is with symptoms of depression (p< 0,01).

With treatment by telepsychiatry with teleconsultation 105 (63,64%) patients with psychiatric diagnosis after mobbing, result is 75 (71,42%) reduces consequences to mental health.

Conclusions

With treatment by telepsychiatry result is significantly reduces consequences to mental health for mobbing victims. These facts are best confirmed by measurement instruments used during this research. Analysis of results of research according to socio-demographical characteristics, time interval of mobbing exposure, used measurement instruments, diagnostic catagories and applied therapy measures, confirms the need for further research and treatment of mobbing victims.

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