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Low barrier perinatal psychiatric care for patients with substance use disorder: meeting patients across the perinatal continuum where they are.

Edwin R Raffi, Jessica Gray, Nkechi Conteh, Martha Kane, Lee S Cohen, Davida M Schiff,

Pregnant and postpartum patients with substance use disorders (SUD) often have other co-occurring mental health disorders. Complications of substance use and mental health conditions, such as overdose and suicide, are a significant contributor to maternal morbidity and mortality. For individuals dually diagnosed with SUD and other mental health disorders, the ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-10]

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Association between continued cannabis use during pregnancy and symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Katrina Mark, Linda Otieno, Ellen Moore, Amna Zehra, Mary Mitchell,

Cannabis use in pregnancy is common, as are mental health disorders, but the association between the two is not well established. This study is a single-site retrospective cohort. Urine testing for cannabis was evaluated at two-time points to categorize women as having never used, quit or continued to use. Edinburgh ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-6]

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Conceptual psychiatry: the ground beneath our feet.

Awais Aftab,

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(5):443-445]

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Evaluating threats of mass shootings in the psychiatric setting.

Amy Barnhorst, John S Rozel,

Psychiatrists may encounter patients at risk of perpetrating mass shootings or other mass violence in various settings. Most people who threaten or perpetrate mass violence are not driven by psychiatric symptoms; however, psychiatrists may be called upon to evaluate the role of mental illness plays in the risk or threat, ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-10]

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Barriers to help-seeking among intimate partner violence survivors with opioid use disorder.

Heather Phillips, Eleanor Lyon, Elizabeth E Krans, Carole Warshaw, Judy C Chang, Chelsea Pallatino,

Intimate partner violence is common among people with opioid use disorder (OUD), but little research has focussed on identifying barriers survivors with OUD face when trying to leave an abusive relationship. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 40 postpartum women with OUD. Interview questions were designed to identify barriers to help-seeking ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-9]

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A cohort study of initial self-harm events: method-specific case fatality of index events, predictors of fatal and nonfatal repetition, and frequency of method-switching.

Nicole M Thomas, Catherine Barber, Matthew Miller,

Most studies evaluating self-harm repetition risk factors are from Asia and Europe, use cohorts of people who self-injure without differentiating incident and prevalent self-harm episodes, and do not stratify by suicide method. The current study uses an incident user design to (a) examine case fatality at index self-harm events and ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-9]

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The timing of opportunities to prevent mass shootings: a study of mental health contacts, work and school problems, and firearms acquisition.

Adam Lankford, Jason R Silva,

Although it is important to know <i>what</i> public mass shooters have in common, it is also helpful to understand <i>when</i> different variables were present on their pathways to violence. This study explored the timing of key life events for the deadliest public mass shooters in the United States since Columbine ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-15]

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Dismantling the legacy of failed policy approaches to pregnant people's use of alcohol and drugs.

Sarah C M Roberts, Terri-Ann Thompson, Kimá Joy Taylor,

Most U.S. states have one or more pregnancy-specific alcohol or drug policies. However, research evidence indicates that some of these policies lead to increases in adverse birth outcomes, including low-birthweight and preterm birth. We offer explanations for why these ineffective policies related to pregnant people's use of alcohol and drugs ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-12]

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Addiction treatment in the postpartum period: an opportunity for evidence-based personalized medicine.

Caitlin E Martin, Anna Beth Parlier-Ahmad,

Substance use disorders (SUD) are becoming rapidly more prevalent in women and a leading cause of pregnancy associated deaths, with most deaths occurring during the 12 months after pregnancy. The postpartum period can be quite intense, especially for women seeking addiction recovery. There is a call to reconceptualize the obstetrical postpartum ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-12]

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Differentiating suicide decedents who died by firearm verse hanging.

Allison E Bond, Shelby L Bandel, Kayla Wagler, Samantha E Daruwala, Michael D Anestis,

This present study sought to examine how demographics and the availability of means for suicide converge to impact method selection between firearms and hanging, which are the two most lethal and commonly used methods for suicide in the United States. Data were collected as part of a larger online study ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-7]

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Gun purchasing behaviours during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, March to mid-July 2020.

Cassandra K Crifasi, Julie A Ward, Emma E McGinty, Daniel W Webster, Colleen L Barry,

We sought to characterize gun and ammunition purchasing during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic using a nationally representative sample of U.S. adults. We fielded a survey using NORC's Amerispeak Panel between 7 and 22 July 2020 (survey completion rate = 91.1%, <i>N</i> = 1337). We used survey-weighted data to calculate ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-5]

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Comprehensive and compassionate responses for opioid use disorder among pregnant and parenting women.

Dennis J Hand, Alice C Fischer, Meghan L Gannon, Kimberly A McLaughlin, Vanessa L Short, Diane J Abatemarco,

Pregnant and parenting women with opioid use disorder face multiple challenges to recovery. Trauma histories, poverty, stigma and discrimination, and lack of access to treatment intersect to marginalise this population. It is important that pregnant and parenting women with opioid use disorder receive comprehensive care to improve their health, the ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-14]

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Health care and social justice implications of incarceration for pregnant people who use drugs.

Carolyn B Sufrin, Andrea Knittel,

The experiences of and care for pregnant, incarcerated people with substance use disorders represent a convergence of numerous clinical, historical, racialized, legal, and gendered factors. Understanding how these forces shape how they became enmeshed in the criminal legal system as well as the context of the care they do or ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-15]

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Perinatal insurance coverage and behavioural health-related maternal mortality.

Lindsay K Admon, Kara Zivin, Katy B Kozhimannil,

Increases in postpartum maternal deaths, including a substantial number associated with behavioural health conditions, are a public health crisis and have contributed to overall increases in maternal mortality. A leading hypothesis to explain this pattern suggests lack of availability or continuity of resources for behavioural health treatment after delivery, often ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-4]

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The future has been preponed: building a new digitally-enhanced psychiatry in the aftermath of the pandemic.

Ipsit V Vahia,

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(4):363-365]

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Assessing the feasibility of an m-Health intervention for changing diet quality and mood in individuals with depression: the My Food & Mood program.

Claire L Young, Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Heidi Staudacher, Michael Berk, Felice N Jacka, Adrienne O'Neil,

Recent randomized controlled trials have shown that improving diet quality reduces symptoms in those with depression. The provision of digital health interventions that can support dietary change in those with depression has important benefits with respect to reach, accessibility convenience and cost. The My Food & Mood study used single ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):266-279]

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Integrating reproductive health care into substance use disorder services.

Miriam McQuade, Neha Reddy, Kyle Barbour, Lauren Owens,

People who use drugs face layered stigma and barriers to accessing reproductive health care services. At the same time, they have unique needs for compassionate, trauma-informed, low-barrier reproductive health care. We review the literature on collocated reproductive health care and substance use treatment services in this population and advocate for ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-7]

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Psilocybin and MDMA for the treatment of trauma-related psychopathology.

Catherine I V Bird, Nadav L Modlin, James J H Rucker,

This review examines the role of trauma in psychiatric morbidity and analogous psychoneurobiological changes. Trauma is a necessary criterion for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), however, trauma history is highly correlated with a variety of psychiatric conditions. Some evidence suggests that Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is the most common psychiatric condition ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):229-249]

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'Melancholy can be overwhelmed only by melancholy.' Robert Burton, Anatomy of Melancholy.

Sameer Jauhar, Allan H Young,

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):205-206]

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Virtual reality-based assessment and treatment of social functioning impairments in psychosis: a systematic review.

Simon Riches, Sara Pisani, Leanne Bird, Mar Rus-Calafell, Philippa Garety, Lucia Valmaggia,

People with psychosis can experience social functioning impairments. Virtual reality (VR) has been used to assess and treat these difficulties. This systematic review (Prospero CRD42015026288) provides an evaluation of these VR applications. PsycINFO, MEDLINE, Embase, Web of Science, Cochrane Library, and Scopus were searched until May 2020. The Effective Public ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):337-362]

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Feasibility of mHealth interventions for depressive symptoms in Latin America: a systematic review.

César G Escobar-Viera, Luca C Cernuzzi, Rebekah S Miller, Hugo J Rodríguez-Marín, Eduard Vieta, Magalí González Toñánez, Lisa A Marsch, Diego Hidalgo-Mazzei,

Depression is a prevalent disorder and leading cause of disability in Latin America, where the mental health treatment gap is still above 50%. We sought to synthesise and assess the quality of the evidence on the feasibility of mHealth-based interventions for depression in Latin America. We conducted a literature search ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):300-311]

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Child maltreatment and neglect in the United Arab Emirates and relationship with low self-esteem and symptoms of depression.

Syed M Shah, Gul Nowshad, Fatima Al Dhaheri, Mariam H Al-Shamsi, Alfan M Al-Ketbi, Alaa Galadari, Priyam Joshi, Heba Bendak, Michal Grivna, Danilo Arnone,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To our knowledge, this study is the first in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to investigate the prevalence of child maltreatment in relation to depressive symptoms and self-esteem.<h4>Study design</h4>Exposure to physical maltreatment, emotional abuse and neglect was evaluated in 518 adolescents (86% response rate) randomly selected from schools in Al ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):326-336]

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The role of digital health technologies in COVID-19 surveillance and recovery: a specific case of long haulers.

Lauren Southwick, Sharath Chandra Guntuku, Elissa V Klinger, Arthur Pelullo, Haley McCalpin, Raina M Merchant,

Digital health and technologies are essential to curbing the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic especially with shelter-in-place and social distancing orders. Epidemiologists and public health officials are tapping into frequently used technologies like wearables, digital devices, digital and social media data to detect and validate COVID-19 symptoms throughout the pandemic, ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(4):412-423]

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Depression in disabling medical conditions - current perspectives.

Hugo Senra, Susan McPherson,

Chronic diseases commonly entail disability and are highly comorbid with mental health problems, particularly depression. Prevalence of depression across different disabling conditions affecting adult patients, as well as risk factors for depression in these patient groups are reviewed in the current work, with a particular focus on the literature published ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, 33(3):312-325]

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"Firearm access in dementia: legal and logistic challenges for caregivers".

Evan Polzer, Kathryn Nearing, Christopher E Knoepke, Daniel D Matlock, Alexander McCourt, Marian E Betz,

The prevalence of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) is increasing. In the United States, older adults are among those most likely to have firearms in the home. Addressing firearm access among persons with ADRD can be confusing and stressful for family caregivers, healthcare providers, firearm industry representatives and law ... Read more >>

Int Rev Psychiatry (International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, England))
[2021, :1-9]

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