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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

The British Journal of Psychiatry current issue

01/08/2014


Highlights of this issue [Highlights of this issue]

Dean, K. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, A7 - A7.

Can electronic monitoring (GPS 'tracking') enhance risk management in psychiatry? [EDITORIALS]

Tully, J., Hearn, D., Fahy, T. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 83 - 85.

Jealousy in The Winter's Tale - in 100 words [Extras]

Turner, T. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 85 - 85.

Preventing 'deaths by indifference': identification of reasonable adjustments is key [EDITORIALS]

Tuffrey-Wijne, I., Hollins, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 86 - 87.

Duration of untreated psychosis as predictor of long-term outcome in schizophrenia: systematic review and meta-analysis [REVIEW ARTICLES]

Penttila, M., Jaaskelainen, E., Hirvonen, N., Isohanni, M., Miettunen, J. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 88 - 94.

Symeon the Holy Fool: patron of the mentally ill - psychiatry and sacred texts [Extras]

Forcen, F. E., Forcen, C. E. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 94 - 94.

Prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and social responsiveness symptoms of autism: population-based study of young children [PAPERS]

Marroun, H. E., White, T. J. H., van der Knaap, N. J. F., Homberg, J. R., Fernandez, G., Schoemaker, N. K., Jaddoe, V. W. V., Hofman, A., Verhulst, F. C., Hudziak, J. J., Stricker, B. H. C., Tiemeier, H. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 95 - 102.

Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl - reflection [Extras]

Holmes, J. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 102 - 102.

Living with uncertainty: antidepressants and pregnancy [Invited commentary]

Jones, I., McDonald, L. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 103 - 104.

Prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and autistic symptoms in young children: another red herring? [Invited commentary]

Petersen, I., Evans, S., Nazareth, I. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 105 - 106.

Parent-child interaction and oxytocin production in pre-schoolers with autism spectrum disorder [PAPERS]

Feldman, R., Golan, O., Hirschler-Guttenberg, Y., Ostfeld-Etzion, S., Zagoory-Sharon, O. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 107 - 112.

Effect of polygenic risk scores on depression in childhood trauma [PAPERS]

Peyrot, W. J., Milaneschi, Y., Abdellaoui, A., Sullivan, P. F., Hottenga, J. J., Boomsma, D. I., Penninx, B. W. J. H. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 113 - 119.

Developmental model of suicide trajectories [PAPERS]

Seguin, M., Beauchamp, G., Robert, M., DiMambro, M., Turecki, G. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 120 - 126.

First-contact incidence of psychosis in north-eastern Italy: influence of age, gender, immigration and socioeconomic deprivation [PAPERS]

Lasalvia, A., Bonetto, C., Tosato, S., Zanatta, G., Cristofalo, D., Salazzari, D., Lazzarotto, L., Bertani, M., Bissoli, S., De Santi, K., Cremonese, C., De Rossi, M., Gardellin, F., Ramon, L., Zucchetto, M., Amaddeo, F., Tansella, M., Ruggeri, M., the PICOS-Veneto Group British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 127 - 134.

Aripiprazole once-monthly for treatment of schizophrenia: double-blind, randomised, non-inferiority study [PAPERS]

Fleischhacker, W. W., Sanchez, R., Perry, P. P., Jin, N., Peters-Strickland, T., Johnson, B. R., Baker, R. A., Eramo, A., McQuade, R. D., Carson, W. H., Walling, D., Kane, J. M. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 135 - 144.

Vocational rehabilitation in early psychosis: cluster randomised trial [PAPERS]

Craig, T., Shepherd, G., Rinaldi, M., Smith, J., Carr, S., Preston, F., Singh, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 145 - 150.

Suicide in the Trenches - poem [Extras]

Sassoon, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 150 - 150.

Associations between common mental disorders and sexual dissatisfaction in the general population [PAPERS]

Vanwesenbeeck, I., Have, M. t., de Graaf, R. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 151 - 157.

Invisible children: attempting to engage the most vulnerable families [Correspondence]

Sim, F., Pritchett, R., Hepburn, M., Minnis, H. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 158 - 158.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

Laurens, K. R., Cullen, A. E., Carr, V. J. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 158 - 158.

The developmental trajectory of bipolar disorder [Correspondence]

Chenard-Poirier, M.-P., Paris, J. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 158 - 159.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

Duffy, A., Horrocks, J., Keown-Stoneman, C., Doucette, S., Grof, P. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 159 - 159.

An oversimplification of psychosis, its treatment, and its outcomes? [Correspondence]

Peters, E. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 159 - 160.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

McKenna, P. J., Radua, J., Laws, K. R., Jauhar, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 160 - 161.

Borderline personality disorder and mood [Correspondence]

Marwaha, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 161 - 161.

Borderline personality disorder and mood [Correspondence]

Tyrer, P. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 161 - 162.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

Parker, G. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 162 - 162.

Nothing in between: a multi-faith response to the paper on religion and suicide [Correspondence]

Yates, S. C., Arya, D. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 163 - 163.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

Kleiman, E. M., Liu, R. T. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 163 - 164.

Correction [Correction]

British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 164 - 164.

Retraction [Retraction]

Aubry, J. M., Dayer, A., Perroud, N., Piguet, C., Nallet, A., Favre, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 164 - 164.

Kaleidoscope [Kaleidoscope]

Tracy, D. K., Joyce, D. W., Shergill, S. S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 166 - 167.

From the Editor's desk [From the Editor's desk]

Bhui, K. British Journal of Psychiatry, 205, 168 - 168.