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Положение религии и духовности в психиатрии: семь рекомендаций

https://doi.org/10.30629/2618-6667-2021-19-4-90-99

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Обоснование: в декабре 2015 г. исполнительный комитет Всемирной психиатрической ассоциации одобрил Заявление о положении религии и духовности в психиатрии. Тогда же секция по религии, духовности и психиатрии Всемирной психиатрической ассоциации взяла на себя обязательство распространить это заявление по всему миру. Цель: донести это заявление, особенно семь рекомендаций, до сведения международного психиатрического сообщества и, в частности, российского психиатрического сообщества. Метод: нарративный обзор с разъяснением семи рекомендаций, которые подчеркивают признание значимости религии и духовности в психиатрии. Заключение: религия и духовность в психиатрии являются частью повседневной психиатрической практики, научных исследований, общего медицинского образования и обучения в ординатуре по психиатрии, а также в политической и общественной сферах. Публикация Заявления о положении религии и духовности в психиатрии представляется важным достижением исполнительного комитета Всемирной психиатрической ассоциации, которое несет пользу психиатрии во всем мире.

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П. Дж. Ферхаген
Центральный Институт психического здоровья
Нидерланды

Петер Дж. Ферхаген, профессор, доктор медицины, психиатр, групповой психотерапевт, теолог

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Ферхаген П.Д. Положение религии и духовности в психиатрии: семь рекомендаций. ПСИХИАТРИЯ. 2021;19(4):90-99. https://doi.org/10.30629/2618-6667-2021-19-4-90-99

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Verhagen P.J. Position Statement on Religion and Spirituality in Psychiatry: Seven Recommendations. Psikhiatriya. 2021;19(4):90-99. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.30629/2618-6667-2021-19-4-90-99

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