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Parc Taulí is looking for volunteers for a clinical study to treat fear and anxiety about COVID-19
Parc Taulí is looking for volunteers for a clinical study to treat fear and anxiety about COVID-19 1080 608 Communication Parc Taulí

The Affective Disorders research group of the Mental Health and Neurosciences Area of ​​the Parc Taulí Research and Innovation Institute (I3PT) is looking for volunteers to carry out a clinical study that aims to treat feelings of intense fear and constant anxiety. in the face of COVID-19, when these affect people's daily lives to the point of not wanting to leave home or not meeting other people.

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Artificial Intelligence can help detect suicide risk, according to a study led by Parc Taulí
Artificial Intelligence can help detect suicide risk, according to a study led by Parc Taulí 626 401 Communication Parc Taulí

The work reveals that the data from routine electronic medical records constitute an opportunity to develop and implement tools to support the professional in clinical decision using Artificial Intelligence techniques. At least 46% of people who take their own lives contact primary health care beforehand, according to a study by Parc Taulí published in the journal Archives of Suicide Research. The research has analyzed more than 2.100 cases and of the nearly a thousand people who called for help, 33% died over the next week and 58,5% within a month.

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