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Pratiquer une activité physique régulière, c’est bon pour la santé. Bouger; rester actif quand on est malade, fait partie d’une prise en charge réussie.
Plusieurs services des HUG l’ont bien compris et prescrivent une activité physique à leurs patients.
Adult psychiatry is the specialty dealing with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness in adults.
The Adult Psychiatry Division (SPA) consists of a large number of units that make up the Adult Psychiatry Unit (sectors) and the Geriatric Psychiatry Unit (UPG (FR).
The main missions of the Adult Psychiatry Division (SPA) are care, education and research. These are as follows:
These missions are carried out in combination with the specific missions of other divisions in the psychiatry department that also deal with adult patients: Consultative Psychiatry and Crisis Intervention Division (SPLIC), Addiction Division, the Psychiatric Specialties Division and the Penal Medicine Division.
The Department offers:
The Adult Psychiatry Unit is organized around in- and outpatient care.
There are 3 sectors (Eaux-Vives, Jonctions, Servette), each of which has an Outpatient Psychiatry and Integrated Psychotherapy Center (CAPPI) consisting of: