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

Evidence-Based Mental Health current issue

01/11/2014


Self-harm in young people

Townsend, E. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 97 - 99.

Young maternal age and old paternal age induce similar risk of mental disorders in offspring

Lopez-Castroman, J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 100 - 100.

High rates of suicide attempt in early-onset psychosis are associated with depression, anxiety and previous self-harm

Nielssen, O., Large, M. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 101 - 101.

Medication reduces crash risk among men with ADHD

Winston, F. K., Romer, D. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 102 - 102.

Adverse effects of antidepressants during pregnancy

Furukawa, T. A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 103 - 104.

Developing accuracy when estimating Global Burden of Disease (GBD) in mental and substance use disorders using complex research methodology, refined data analysis and community participation

Yearwood, E. L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 105 - 105.

Neonatal factors associated with autism spectrum disorders in infants

Webb, S. J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 106 - 106.

Children exposed to trauma should be screened for symptoms of PTSD

Perrin, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 107 - 107.

Atomoxetine is a second-line medication treatment option for ADHD

Ghuman, J. K., Hutchison, S. L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 108 - 108.

Ziprasidone monotherapy is ineffective for bipolar-associated anxiety

Dunlop, B. W. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 109 - 109.

Paliperidone depot is not different from haloperidol in relapse prevention of schizophrenia, but different side effects should be considered

Freudenreich, O. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 110 - 110.

A hands-on practical tutorial on performing meta-analysis with Stata

Chaimani, A., Mavridis, D., Salanti, G. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 111 - 116.

Extending the evidence base for prolonged exposure: significant effectiveness noted with sexual abuse-related PTSD in adolescent girls

Dorsey, S., Harrison, J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 117 - 117.

Finally moving beyond the horse race: CBT and psychodynamic therapy equally effective for depression

Luyten, P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 118 - 118.

Some evidence of efficacy but CBT not the answer to mental health needs in general hospitals

Williams, C., House, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 119 - 119.

Theory of mind interventions can be effective in treating autism, although long-term success remains unproven

Begeer, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 120 - 120.

Targeted, preventive interventions in primary school prevent mental health problems in adolescence

Baker-Henningham, H. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 121 - 121.

Sleep therapy is effective in reducing symptoms of depression among adolescents

Blunden, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 122 - 122.

Review tempers expectations for peer-led services but further studies are required

Ahmed, A. O., Buckley, P. F. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 123 - 123.

Community-based intervention for people with schizophrenia successfully provided by supervised community health workers in a low-resource setting

Minas, H. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 17, 124 - 124.