The most robust predictor of future psychiatric hospitalization is the number of previous admissions. About half of psychiatric inpatients with histories of repeated hospitalizations are readmitted within 12 months. This study sought to determine which patient characteristics predicted time-to-readmission within 12 months after controlling for the number of previous hospitalizations in 75 adults with recent histories of recurrent admissions and 75 matched controls. Results revealed multiple clinical and demographic between-group differences at index hospitalization. However, the only predictors of shorter time-to-readmission in multivariate Cox proportional hazards were unemployment (hazards ratio = 9.26) and residential living status (hazards ratio = 2.05) after controlling for prior hospitalizations (hazard ratio = 1.24). Unemployment and residential living status were not proxies of psychosis or moderated by illness severity or comorbid substance use. Results suggest that early psychiatric readmission may be more influenced by residential and employment status than by severe mental illness.
We show that these systems could
Be indirectly detected through the trail that the black holes leave as they
Spiral inwards. We analyze two numerical simulations of inspiralling black
Holes (equal masses and 10:1 mass ratio) in the stellar environment of a
Galactic centre. We studied the effect of t...
We introduce quantitative measures of isochronal superposition. The measures
Are used to test the following six liquids for isochronal superposition: 1,2,6
Hexanetriol, glycerol, polyphenyl ether, diethyl phthalate, tetramethyl
Tetraphenyl trisiloxane, and dibutyl phthalate. We conclude that the
We show that these practical impairments create finite ceilings
On the estimation accuracy and capacity of large-scale MISO systems.
Surprisingly, the performance is only limited by the hardware at the
Single-antenna user terminal, while the impact of impairments at the
Large-scale array vanishes as...
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