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Voluntary and involuntary admissions with schizoaffective disorder: do they differ from schizophrenia?

A Feeney, E Umama-Agada, A Curley, C Anamdi, M Asghar, B D Kelly,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia are common presentations to psychiatry services. Research to date has focussed on hypothesised biological differences between these two disorders. Little is known about possible variations in admission patterns. Our study compared demographic and clinical features of patients admitted voluntarily and involuntarily with diagnoses of schizoaffective disorder ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-8]

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Exploring and explaining involuntary care: The relationship between psychiatric admission status, gender and other demographic and clinical variables.

Aoife Curley, Emmanuel Agada, Afam Emechebe, Chike Anamdi, Xiao Ting Ng, Richard Duffy, Brendan D Kelly,

Involuntary admission and treatment are features of psychiatric care in many countries, but the relationship between involuntary status and gender (among other factors) is not clear. We examined demographic and diagnostic factors associated with involuntary admission in a general adult psychiatry service in a deprived area of Dublin's north inner-city ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2016, 47:53-59]

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Custody, care and country of origin: demographic and diagnostic admission statistics at an inner-city adult psychiatry unit.

Brendan D Kelly, Afam Emechebe, Chike Anamdi, Richard Duffy, Niamh Murphy, Catherine Rock,

Involuntary detention is a feature of psychiatric care in many countries. We previously reported an involuntary admission rate of 67.7 per 100,000 population per year in inner-city Dublin (January 2008-December 2010), which was higher than Ireland's national rate (38.5). We also found that the proportion of admissions that was involuntary ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2015, 38:1-7]

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