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

BJPsych Advances current issue

01/09/2015


New from CPD Online [CPD Online]

British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 289 - 289.

Therapist-supported internet cognitive-behavioural therapy for anxiety disorders in adults [Cochrane Corner]

Olthuis, J. V., Watt, M. C., Bailey, K., Hayden, J. A., Stewart, S. H. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 290 - 290.

Internet-delivered therapy for anxiety disorders: a solution to unequal access to treatment?: COMMENTARY ON... COCHRANE CORNER [Round the corner]

Attenburrow, M. J., Smith, K. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 291 - 294.

When is an expert not an expert? Question time for expert psychiatric witnesses [Articles]

Rix, K. J. B. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 295 - 303.

The expert witness and the criminal courts: COMMENTARY ON...WHEN IS AN EXPERT NOT AN EXPERT? [Commentary]

Hirst, M. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 304 - 306.

Residence capacity: its nature and assessment [Articles]

Hughes, J. C., Poole, M., Louw, S. J., Greener, H., Emmett, C. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 307 - 312.

But when can I go home?: COMMENTARY ON... RESIDENCE CAPACITY [Commentary]

Findlay, D. J. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 313 - 314.

New approaches to treating resistant depression [Articles]

Cowen, P. J., Anderson, I. M. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 315 - 323.

Serotonin syndrome: a spectrum of toxicity [Articles]

Ellahi, R. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 324 - 332.

Schizophrenia in children and adolescents [Articles]

Hollis, C. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 333 - 341.

Pharmacological management of antipsychotic-induced akathisia: an update and treatment algorithm [Refreshment]

Jethwa, K. D. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 342 - 344.

The basics of economic evaluation in mental healthcare [Articles]

Shearer, J., Byford, S. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 345 - 353.

Smartphone apps in mental healthcare: the state of the art and potential developments [Articles]

Zhang, M. W. B., Ho, C. S. H., Cheok, C. C. S., Ho, R. C. M. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 354 - 358.

Do apps have anything to offer mental health?: COMMENTARY ON... SMARTPHONE APPS IN MENTAL HEALTHCARE [Commentary]

Morriss, R. K. British Journal of Psychiatry, 21, 359 - 360.