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COVID-19 Pandemic: Influence of Relationship Status on Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Canada.

Nnamdi Nkire, Izu Nwachukwu, Reham Shalaby, Marianne Hrabok, Wesley Vuong, April Gusnowski, Shireen Surood, Andrew J Greenshaw, Vincent I O Agyapong,

<h4>Objective</h4>To examine the impact of relationship status on levels of stress, anxiety, and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic, to identify the relationship groups who are at greater risk, thereby facilitating channelling of appropriate support to these individuals.<h4>Methods</h4>The sample was drawn from individuals who subscribed to the Text4Hope program, a cognitive ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2021, :1-26]

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Vocally disruptive behaviour in nursing home residents in Ireland: a descriptive study.

C Nwogbunyama, B D Kelly, C Cooney,

<h4>Background</h4>Vocally disruptive behaviour (VDB) is relatively common in nursing home residents but difficult to treat. There is limited study on prevalence and treatment of VDB. We hypothesise that VDB is a result of complex interaction between patient factors and environmental contributors.<h4>Methods</h4>Residents of nursing homes in south Dublin were the target ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-11]

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A short report of satisfaction levels amongst Irish trainees in psychiatry with out of hours and emergency assessments.

D O'Donovan, J McGrane, H Barry, M Cannon, D Cotter,

<h4>Objectives</h4>On-call and crisis psychiatry is a very challenging aspect of psychiatric training. This study aimed to describe the experiences of psychiatric trainees on-call in hospitals, emergency departments and psychiatric units in Ireland.<h4>Methods</h4>In total, 193 psychiatric trainees in Ireland were emailed a survey in 2017. The survey included questions regarding the ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-5]

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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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Rolling out a mindfulness-based stress reduction intervention for parents of children with ADHD: a feasibility study.

R Rice, A Ni Bhearra, K Kilbride, C Lynch, F McNicholas,

<h4>Background</h4>Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the single most frequent reason for attendance at Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in Ireland. Research has suggested that parents of children with ADHD experience more parenting stress than parents of non-clinical controls, yet routine treatment for ADHD rarely addresses parental well-being. Mindfulness-based interventions ... Read more >>

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

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Mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic: looking back and moving forward.

B Gavin, J Lyne, F McNicholas,

COVID-19 continues to exert unprecedented challenges for society and it is now well recognised that mental health is a key healthcare issue related to the pandemic. The current edition of the Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine focusses on the impact of COVID-19 on mental illness by combining historical review papers, ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, 37(4):247-249]

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Is sharing really caring? A vision or an aspiration? Irelands new mental health policy 2020.

Calvin Swords, Michael John Norton,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-2]

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Student mental health and well-being: Overview and Future Directions.

M Hill, N Farrelly, C Clarke, M Cannon,

The mental health of third-level students is of major societal concern with the gap between the demand for services and supports offered at crisis level. In Ireland, similar to elsewhere, colleges have responded to this need in vastly differing ways, with student counselling services available to all institutions, and student ... Read more >>

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

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Psychiatric and psychosocial morbidity 1 year after epilepsy surgery.

S Patel, M Clancy, H Barry, N Quigley, M Clarke, M Cannon, N Delanty, K C Murphy, D Cotter,

<h4>Objectives</h4>There is a high rate of psychiatric comorbidity in patients with epilepsy. However, the impact of surgical treatment of refractory epilepsy on psychopathology remains under investigation. We aimed to examine the impact of epilepsy surgery on psychopathology and quality of life at 1-year post-surgery in a population of patients with ... Read more >>

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

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A psychoeducational intervention increases use of a delirium protocol by Neurologists and Neurosurgeons in patients with brain disorders.

S Patel, C Carey, D Cotter, K C Murphy,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Over 50% of inpatients with neurological disorders may present with a co-morbid psychiatric illness. Delirium has a reported point prevalence of 20% in hospital inpatients and is frequently undetected. We aimed to (1) examine inpatient referrals to a Liaison Neuropsychiatry service and (2) review the diagnosis and management of delirium ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-9]

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Asylum seekers and refugees in Northern Ireland: the impact of post-migration stressors on mental health.

F Murphy, U M Vieten,

<h4>Objectives</h4>In recent years, Northern Ireland has seen an increase in the numbers of asylum seekers and refugees. Given its status as a post-conflict region, this is a relatively new phenomenon for the area. Northern Ireland is also the only part of the United Kingdom (UK) without a refugee integration strategy. ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-10]

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Mobile health and telemedicine on the forefront of psychiatry: expanding care and increasing safety.

S Ali, A Majlöf, K Fedorów,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-2]

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Storytelling and Poetry in the time of Coronavirus - medical students' perspective.

Edward Antram, Ella Burchill,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-9]

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The psychological impacts of COVID-19: a study of frontline physicians and nurses in the Arab world.

N Al Mahyijari, A Badahdah, F Khamis,

<h4>Objectives</h4>The COVID-19 (SARS-CoV2) pandemic is wreaking havoc on healthcare systems and causing serious economic, social, and psychological anguish around the globe. Healthcare workers (HCWs) who diagnose and care for COVID-19 patients have been shown to suffer burnout, stress, and anxiety.<h4>Methods</h4>In this study, we collected data from 150 frontline HCWs who ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-6]

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An initial examination of the psychometric properties of the Diagnostic Instrument for Social and Communication Disorders (DISCO-11) in a clinical sample of children with a diagnosis of Autism spectrum disorder.

Margo Anglim, Emma Victoria Conway, Myra Barry, Muhammad Kashif, Pauline Ackermann, Aoife Moran, Anne Sophie O'Connell, Suzanne Guerin,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The diagnostic interview for social and communication disorders (DISCO - 11; Wing 2006), is a semi-structured, interview-based instrument used in the diagnosis of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This paper explores the psychometric properties of the DISCO-11 used in a specialist Paediatric clinical setting. Two key research questions were ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-10]

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An audit of assessment rooms for mental health assessments in Ireland's emergency departments.

A Jeffers, R Jennings, J O'Mahony,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To audit compliance of mental health assessment rooms in Irish adult emergency departments (EDs) which are open 24 hours on 7 days a week with standards identified by the Psychiatric Liaison Accreditation Network (PLAN).<h4>Methods</h4>A self-audit tool was sent via email to Clinical Nurse Specialists and Consultant Psychiatrists in Ireland's 26 ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-6]

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Mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic

B. Gavin, J. Lyne, F. McNicholas, Blanaid Gavin, John Lyne, Fiona McNicholas,

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed the greatest global challenge in a generation. The full extent of the mental health impact is, as yet, unknown, but is anticipated to be severe and enduring. In this Special Issue dedicated to mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic, we ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[0, 37(3):156-158]

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A rapid review of Irish Traveller mental health and suicide: a psychosocial and anthropological perspective.

S McKey, B Quirke, P Fitzpatrick, C C Kelleher, K M Malone,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Irish Travellers are an indigenous ethnic minority (IEM) with poor health outcomes. Whilst they constitute less than 1% of the Irish population, they account for 10% of national young adult male suicide statistics.<h4>Methods</h4>A rapid review of scientific publications related to mental health and suicide in Irish Travellers was undertaken following ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-11]

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The psychological impact of quarantine on children with autism spectrum disorder.

G Byrne, E N Longphuirt,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-2]

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COVID-19 and its effect on emergency presentations to a tertiary hospital with self-harm in Ireland.

A McIntyre, K Tong, E McMahon, A M Doherty,

<h4>Objectives</h4>This study aimed to assess the impact of COVID-19 on presentations to an acute hospital with self-harm.<h4>Methods</h4>All presentations to University Hospital Galway with self-harm were assessed during the peak period of the coronavirus crisis in Ireland, over the 3 months from 1 March to 31 May 2020. These data were ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-7]

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Impact of initial COVID-19 restrictions on psychiatry presentations to the emergency department of a large academic teaching hospital.

Joseph McAndrew, Julia O'Leary, David Cotter, Mary Cannon, Siobhan MacHale, Kieran C Murphy, Helen Barry,

<h4>Objectives</h4>To determine if the initial COVID-19 societal restrictions, introduced in Ireland in March 2020, impacted on the number and nature of psychiatry presentations to the emergency department (ED) of a large academic teaching hospital.<h4>Methods</h4>We examined anonymised clinical data of psychiatry presentations to the ED during the initial 8-week period of ... Read more >>

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

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Physical health interventions for patients who have experienced a first episode of psychosis: a narrative review.

Fergal Fouhy, Walter Cullen, Karen O'Connor,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Service users with severe psychiatric illnesses, such as schizophrenia, major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder, are more likely to suffer from ill health. There is evidence that lifestyle interventions, for example, exercise, dietary advice and smoking cessation programmes for service users with severe mental illness can be of health benefit. ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-14]

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Plagues, pandemics and epidemics in Irish history prior to Covid-19 (coronavirus): What can we learn? - Corrigendum.

Brendan D Kelly,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, 37(4):306]

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The impact of COVID-19 on health systems, mental health and the potential for nursing.

T Frawley, F van Gelderen, S Somanadhan, K Coveney, A Phelan, P Lynam-Loane, A De Brún,

This paper offers a perspective on nursing and lived experience responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. It charts health systems and mental health impacts with a particular focus on children and adolescents, older people and people availing of mental health services. Issues of moral distress and the nursing reaction are considered ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-7]

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Ordinary care in extraordinary times.

S Patel, A Gannon, M Cryan, N McDonnell, S Rafiq, D Adamis, C Dolan, G McCarthy,

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has accounted for more than 25 000 cases in Ireland with approximately 28% of the clusters in nursing homes as of June 2020. The older population is the most vulnerable to serious complications from this illness and over 90% of deaths due to COVID-19 to date ... Read more >>

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2020, :1-5]

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