Funding for this research was provided by:
Psykiatriens Forskningsfond (21.11.13)
Sygehus Sønderjyllands Ph.D. pulje (20.5.15)
Received: 27 April 2018
Accepted: 4 June 2018
First Online: 19 June 2018
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: This study does not involve human subjects, human material or identifiable human data. All cases described in the case reports had been anonymized in advance by the Clinical Ethics Committee. The cases are available on the intranet serving healthcare professionals at the departments of psychiatry in the Region of Southern Denmark. According to Danish law, data already anonymized and published need not be registered with the Danish Data Protection Agency. The Danish Data Protection Agency was asked by e-mail if this project had to be registered. The reply received by the first author in an email of 18 April 2017 was that the project need not be registered as the cases were already anonymized. According to Danish law, qualitative studies need not be approved by a research ethics committee. This was confirmed on 3 December 2014 in a reply to the first author’s email to the relevant research ethical committee.
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