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Evidenced based falsification of data or validation of the individual patient in front of us?

Often, we hear: “We only use evidenced based research in our clinical work” – or? Is this really correct or misunderstanding the difference between scientific and clinical focus? If we think a little deeper, what does it indicated? If we … Continue reading

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Challenges for future care: Here focusing only on “who decides – normative evidence vs clinical ideographic evidence”

NB-working text with dyslexia warning + Swedish text at http://stressmedicin.se/projekt/innovationer-och-utveckling-av-en-effektivare-varden/utmaningar-for-vardframtiden-normativ-evidens-vs-klinisk-ideografisk-evidens/) An effective clinical focus requires models and practical real-world based methods where not only individual variations are point of departure but also in principle varying variations within and between individuals … Continue reading

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While Evidenced Based Medicine is not enough effective in clinical work

The below is working text (can perhaps be named “a clinical sociological issue”) just started – more will come …. At least three basic limitations prevent effective clinical medical health care (except organizational problems including leadership, political and economic interferences … Continue reading

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Are psychiatric diagnoses meaningless, at best?

NB – careful, very rough old draft below to be updated! Also, NB I am not discussing here those response-able who really do a profound examination based on excluding from an exhaustive differential diagnoses multidisciplinary list! Also, before proceed; my … Continue reading

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Is there an ADHD epidemic in Sweden?

Below is a translation done by us (approved by the first Author) from http://lakartidningen.se/Opinion/Debatt/2018/10/Finns-det-en-ADHD-epidemi-i-Sverige/ From anthropological and social epidemiological perspective– Anthropological and social epidemiological reflections Christoffer Hornborg, master student in medical anthropology, Aarhus University and Psychologist in Västervik and Institution … Continue reading

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How to deal with not absolut knowledge – which no one of us have access to

Scientific and clinical medical problems to deal/work with Dear reader, the below may be heavy for those not familiar with scientific issues. Sorry, below is not very easy to read. Will try to do a more readable/understandable version soon – … Continue reading

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12 days to get cured from cancer ??

I quote below from https://www.cancertutor.com/andy-harrell/ Just wanted to email you and thank you for a simply wonderful, thorough, and informative website! Using the information, I was able to cure my cancer in 12 days using baking soda and a plant-based … Continue reading

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About Consciousness – and free will to consciously …

Below an attempt to find a way to describe How I use the concept conscious as well as not conscious thinking/behaviors/expressions/… . When considering not conscious processes we need to try to elaborate this some more. What do we usually … Continue reading

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Definition

Since there are many different definitions and applications available, I will here clarify what biopsychosocial medicine refers to for us. With biopsychosocial medicine we represents biological, psychological and social-cultural processes that have effects on human health and development of illness … Continue reading

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What do therapists know about their basic scientific paradigm ….?

Jerry Downing (see reference below) is discussing “Between Conviction and Uncertainty, philosophical Guidelines for Practicing Psychotherapists”. This is a quite complex but important contribution to increased understanding of “what we do” but for many not very easy to read including the … Continue reading

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