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Scapegoating mentally ill people.

D Vincent Riordan,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):504-505]

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Rocksheng Zhong, Dominic A Sisti, Jason H Karlawish,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):502-503]

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Aileen O'Brien, Kamaldeep Bhui,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):505-506]

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Challenges for the implementation of the Mental Health Care Act 2017.

Aman Mehta,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):504]

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Gartner is a clinical psychologist.

Richard Braithwaite,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):505]

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CORE study: different interpretation of the results.

Pang Loong Wong, Robert Bertram, Dieneke Hubbeling,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):503]

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Kaleidoscope.

Derek K Tracy, Dan W Joyce, Dawn N Albertson, Sukhwinder S Shergill,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):511-512]

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Richard M Duffy, Brendan D Kelly,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):504]

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The test for decision-making capacity in common law countries is not the test outlined by Zhong et al.

Christopher James Ryan,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):502]

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Ethics of debating if it is ethical to diagnose public figures!

Santosh Kumar Chaturvedi,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):505]

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Brynmor Lloyd-Evans, Sonia Johnson,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):503-504]

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A History of Delusions (podcast) Dan Freeman. BBC Radio 4. November-December 2018.

Philip R Corlett,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(2):508]

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Association of CACNA1C polymorphisms with serum BDNF levels in bipolar disorder.

Erik Smedler, Erik Pålsson, Kenji Hashimoto, Mikael Landén,

Variation in the CACNA1C gene has been associated with bipolar disorder in several genome-wide association studies. This gene encodes the alpha 1C subunit of L-type voltage-gated calcium channels, which play an essential role in neurons. We analysed 39 biomarkers in either cerebrospinal fluid or serum in relation to six different ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-3]

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Refractory depression - mechanisms and efficacy of radically open dialectical behaviour therapy (RefraMED): findings of a randomised trial on benefits and harms.

Thomas R Lynch, Roelie J Hempel, Ben Whalley, Sarah Byford, Rampaul Chamba, Paul Clarke, Susan Clarke, David G Kingdon, Heather O'Mahen, Bob Remington, Sophie C Rushbrook, James Shearer, Maggie Stanton, Michaela Swales, Alan Watkins, Ian T Russell,

BACKGROUND:Individuals with depression often do not respond to medication or psychotherapy. Radically open dialectical behaviour therapy (RO DBT) is a new treatment targeting overcontrolled personality, common in refractory depression.AimsTo compare RO DBT plus treatment as usual (TAU) for refractory depression with TAU alone (trial registration: ISRCTN 85784627). METHOD:RO DBT comprised ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-9]

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Impact of secondary care financial incentives on the quality of physical healthcare for people with psychosis: a longitudinal controlled study.

Mike J Crawford, Daniel Huddart, Eleanor Craig, Krysia Zalewska, Alan Quirk, David Shiers, Geraldine Strathdee, Stephen J Cooper,

BACKGROUND:Concerns have repeatedly been expressed about the quality of physical healthcare that people with psychosis receive.AimsTo examine whether the introduction of a financial incentive for secondary care services led to improvements in the quality of physical healthcare for people with psychosis. METHOD:Longitudinal data were collected over an 8-year period on ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-6]

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Clinical effectiveness of the START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) psychological intervention for family carers and the effects on the cost of care for people with dementia: 6-year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial.

Gill Livingston, Monica Manela, Aidan O'Keeffe, Penny Rapaport, Claudia Cooper, Martin Knapp, Derek King, Renee Romeo, Zuzana Walker, Juanita Hoe, Cath Mummery, Julie Barber,

BACKGROUND:The START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) intervention reduced depressive and anxiety symptoms of family carers of relatives with dementia at home over 2 years and was cost-effective.AimsTo assess the clinical effectiveness over 6 years and the impact on costs and care home admission. METHOD:We conducted a randomised, parallel group, superiority trial ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-8]

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Objective digital phenotypes of worry severity, pain severity and pain chronicity in persons living with HIV.

Nicholas C Jacobson, Conall O'Cleirigh,

SummaryPersons living with HIV report experiencing disproportionally severe and chronic pain and worry. However, no objective biomarkers of these subjective experiences have been developed. To address the lack of objective measures and assist in treatment planning, this study examined whether digital biomarkers of pain severity, pain chronicity and worry could ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-3]

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The prevalence of personality disorders in the community: a global systematic review and meta-analysis.

Catherine Winsper, Ayten Bilgin, Andrew Thompson, Steven Marwaha, Andrew M Chanen, Swaran P Singh, Ariel Wang, Vivek Furtado,

BACKGROUND:Personality disorders are now internationally recognised as a mental health priority. Nevertheless, there are no systematic reviews examining the global prevalence of personality disorders.AimsTo calculate the worldwide prevalence of personality disorders and examine whether rates vary between high-income countries and low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). METHOD:We systematically searched PsycINFO, MEDLINE, ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-10]

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Suicidal risk factors in major affective disorders.

Ross J Baldessarini, Leonardo Tondo, Marco Pinna, Nicholas Nuñez, Gustavo H Vázquez,

BACKGROUND:Rates and risk factors for suicidal behaviour require updating and comparisons among mood disorders.AimsTo identify factors associated with suicidal risk in major mood disorders. METHOD:We considered risk factors before, during and after intake assessments of 3284 adults with/without suicidal acts, overall and with bipolar disorder (BD) versus major depressive disorder ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-6]

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Ten-year employment patterns of patients with first-episode schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: comparison of early intervention and standard care services.

Sherry Kit Wa Chan, Herbert H Pang, Kang K Yan, Christy Lai Ming Hui, Yi Nam Suen, Wing Chung Chang, Edwin Ho Ming Lee, Pak Sham, Eric Yu Hai Chen,

BACKGROUND:Little is known about long-term employment outcomes for patients with first-episode schizophrenia-spectrum (FES) disorders who received early intervention services.AimsWe compared the 10-year employment trajectory of patients with FES who received early intervention services with those who received standard care. Factors differentiating the employment trajectories were explored. METHOD:Patients with FES (N ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-7]

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Kaleidoscope.

Derek K Tracy, Dan W Joyce, Dawn N Albertson, Sukhwinder S Shergill,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(1):441-442]

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Determinants of mental and physical health treatment-seeking among military personnel.

Thomas W Britt, Maurice L Sipos, Zachary Klinefelter, Amy B Adler,

BACKGROUND:Although research has documented factors influencing whether military personnel seek treatment for mental health problems, less research has focused on determinants of treatment-seeking for physical health problems.AimsTo explicitly compare the barriers and facilitators of treatment-seeking for mental and physical health problems. METHOD:US soldiers (n = 2048) completed a survey with ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-7]

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'Placement budgets' for supported employment: impact on employment rates in a multicentre randomised controlled trial.

Wulf Rössler, Wolfram Kawohl, Carlos Nordt, Helene Haker, Nicolas Rüsch, Michael P Hengartner,

BACKGROUND:The most effective rehabilitation model for job (re-)entry of people with mental illness is supported employment. A barrier to introducing supported employment into standard care is its temporally unlimited provision, which conflicts with health and social legislation in many European countries.AimsTo test the impact of different 'placement budgets', i.e. a ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-6]

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Potential differences in antidepressant effects of oral ketamine liquid suspension versus compounded capsules.

Joshua Daniel Rosenblat,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, 215(1):434]

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Shining the light on eating disorders, incidence, prognosis and profiling of patients in primary and secondary care: national data linkage study.

Joanne C Demmler, Sinead T Brophy, Amanda Marchant, Ann John, Jacinta O A Tan,

BACKGROUND:Diagnosing eating disorders can be difficult and few people with the disorder receive specialist services despite the associated high morbidity and mortality.AimsTo examine the burden of eating disorders in the population in terms of incidence, comorbidities and survival. METHOD:We used linked electronic health records from general practitioner and hospital admissions ... Read more >>

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2019, :1-8]

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