Instituto de Psiquiatria - HC/IPq

O Instituto de Psiquiatria (IPq) da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo - Hospital das Clínicas (FMUSP-HC), inaugurado em 1952, é um dos sete institutos que compõe o Hospital das Clínicas e é, hoje, na América Latina, um dos maiores e mais importantes hospitais universitários de Psiquiatria, atuando em três grandes áreas de atividade: pesquisa, ensino e assistência em saúde neuropsiquiátrica. Além disso, tem alta produção de pesquisas e publicações em meios de divulgação significativos na área médica.

Exerce atividades de prevenção, tratamento e reabilitação dos transtornos neuropsiquiátricos, além de validar e difundir modelos eficientes de intervenção, de maneira a promover a saúde da população. O IPq abriga o Departamento de Psiquiatria da FMUSP, coordenando os cursos de graduação e pós-graduação da Faculdade, atuando na supervisão da pesquisa e das atividades didáticas de educação continuada.

Site oficial: http://ipqhc.org.br

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  1. Differentiation between Epileptic and Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures in Electroencephalogram Using Wavelets and Support-Vector Machines

    APPLIED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, v.36, n.1, 2022

    The number of people suffering from epilepsy in the world exceeds 50 million and around 20% of this group refers to patients who have psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES). Unlike epilepsy, PNES requires psychological treatment. When not correctly diagnosed, these patients can be submitted to ...

  2. The manifestation of emotional distress: Correlations between self-compassion and self-mutilation in Brazilian women with disordered eating behavior

    ENCEPHALE-REVUE DE PSYCHIATRIE CLINIQUE BIOLOGIQUE ET THERAPEUTIQUE, v.48, n.1, p.20-25, 2022

    Background. - The functions or motives for self-mutilation behavior (SMB) in Eating Disorders are diverse, and the relationship with self-compassion is unclear. Objectives This study aims to evaluate the relationship between SMB and Self-compassion. Methods. - 251 women aged 25.8 years (SD= 5.94)...

  3. Differential Diagnosis Findings Between Alzheimer's Disease and Major Depressive Disorder: A Review

    PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, v.32, n.1, p.80-+, 2022

    Background: Differentiating diagnosis between Alzheimer's disease and major depressive disorder in the elderly is a great clinical challenge. This study aimed to identify the establishment of differential diagnosis protocols between Alzheimer's disease and major depressive disorder. Methods: We s...

  4. Spiritual self-care of the nursing staff of an oncology hospital

    REVISTA DE PESQUISA-CUIDADO E FUNDAMENTAL ONLINE, v.14, article ID 11068, 7p, 2022

    Objective: to understand the actions performed by the nursing team of an oncology hospital for the development of spiritual self-care. Methods: descriptive-exploratory study with a qualitative approach, carried out in a Brazilian oncologic hospital. Twenty-two nursing professionals from the hospi...

  5. (Re) thinking urban mental health from the periphery of Sao Paulo in times of the COVID-19 pandemic

    INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY, v.34, n.1, Special Issue, p.78-88, 2022

    Urban mental health studies traditionally search for causal relationships between elements of the city and the prevalence of mental disorders. This paper discusses the importance of (re)thinking the 'lived urban experience' from the perspective of city residents about how the immediate environmen...

  6. The lived experience of psychosis: a bottom-up review co-written by experts by experience and academics

    WORLD PSYCHIATRY, v.21, n.2, p.168-188, 2022

    Psychosis is the most ineffable experience of mental disorder. We provide here the first co-written bottom-up review of the lived experience of psychosis, whereby experts by experience primarily selected the subjective themes, that were subsequently enriched by phenomenologically-informed perspec...

  7. Physical activity as an adjuvant therapy for depression and influence on peripheral inflammatory markers: A randomized clinical trial

    MENTAL HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, v.22, article ID 100442, 8p, 2022

    Introduction: Regular exercise is recommended for people with major depressive disorder (MDD) by major treatment guidelines (e.g. the NICE guideline, 2009). In addition, an effect of antidepressant (AD) treatment on pro-inflammatory markers has been reported. However, it remains unclear whether p...

  8. Factors associated with caregiver burden of adults with epilepsy in a middle-income country

    SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY, v.98, p.1-7, 2022

    Purpose: Despite the relevance of socio-economic background in burden of caregivers of persons with epilepsy (PWE), there is a dearth of knowledge about this topic in low-resource settings. Here we attempt to identify the extent of the burden in caregivers of adults with epilepsy in a middle-inco...

  9. Dialysis headache

    ARQUIVOS DE NEURO-PSIQUIATRIA, v.80, n.2, p.111-111, 2022

  10. The Burden of Dementia due to Down Syndrome, Parkinson's Disease, Stroke, and Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019

    NEUROEPIDEMIOLOGY, v.55, n.4, p.286-296, 2021

    Background: In light of the increasing trend in the global number of individuals affected by dementia and the lack of any available disease-modifying therapies, it is necessary to fully understand and quantify the global burden of dementia. This work aimed to estimate the proportion of dementia d...