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

Evidence-Based Mental Health current issue

01/08/2016


Movement towards transdiagnostic psychotherapeutic practices for the affective disorders

Gros, D. F., Allan, N. P., Szafranski, D. D. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e10 - e12.

Three simple questions have high utility for diagnosing dementia in the primary care setting

Larner, A. J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e13 - e13.

Hospital management of self-harm and later risk of suicide and overall mortality

Erlangsen, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e14 - e14.

Improving outcome of bipolar disorder when considering glucose metabolism

Benedetti, F., Dallaspezia, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e15 - e15.

Screening for bipolar disorder: lessons not yet learned

Zimmerman, M. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e16 - e16.

Clarifying the nuances in ADHD and health outcomes: a case of overweight and obesity

Nigg, J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e17 - e17.

Childhood trauma predicts onset and recurrence of depression, and comorbid anxiety and depressive disorders

Batelaan, N. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e18 - e18.

SSRIs and birth defects: can a new statistical approach resolve old controversies?

Tuccori, M., Blandizzi, C. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e19 - e19.

Long-term benefits of cognitive-behavioural prevention for adolescents at risk of depression but not if parents are depressed at the onset of the programme

Stallard, P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e20 - e20.

Treating seasonal affective disorder with cognitive behavioural therapy is comparable to light therapy

Melrose, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e21 - e21.

Recent developments in the treatment of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents

Creswell, C., Waite, P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 65 - 68.

Interventions to prevent self-harm: what does the evidence say?

Saunders, K. E., Smith, K. A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 69 - 72.

Prevalence, impact and treatment of generalised anxiety disorder in bipolar disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Preti, A., Vrublevska, J., Veroniki, A. A., Huedo-Medina, T. B., Fountoulakis, K. N. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 73 - 81.

Quality and impact of secondary information in promoting evidence-based clinical practice: a cross-sectional study about EBMH

Barber, S., Corsi, M., Furukawa, T. A., Cipriani, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 82 - 85.

Use of the experience sampling method in the context of clinical trials

Verhagen, S. J. W., Hasmi, L., Drukker, M., van Os, J., Delespaul, P. A. E. G. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 86 - 89.

Comparing applets and oranges: barriers to evidence-based practice for app-based psychological interventions

Leigh, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 90 - 92.

Markedly raised risk of attempted suicide in female immigrants and violent criminality in male immigrants in Denmark

Ryland, H. T. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 93 - 94.

Is there a future for other glutamate receptor modulators in the pharmacotherapy of mood disorders?

Sos, P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 95 - 96.