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Evidence-Based Mental Health current issue

01/11/2016


Reconsidering risk factors for renal dysfunction in lithium-treated patients

Bocchetta, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e22 - e22.

Cognitive impairment in depression and its (non-)response to antidepressant treatment

Halahakoon, D. C., Roiser, J. P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e23 - e23.

Lack of clinically useful response predictors for treating aggression and agitation in Alzheimer's disease with citalopram

Herrmann, N. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e24 - e24.

Is long-acting injectable aripiprazole useful for the treatment of acute exacerbation of schizophrenia?

Takekita, Y., Serretti, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e25 - e25.

Are sertraline, paroxetine and duloxetine the most effective antidepressants for use in depressed adults over 60 years?

IsHak, W. W., Naghdechi, L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e26 - e26.

Autoimmune diseases can be associated with depression

Benros, M. E. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e27 - e27.

Reduction in general intelligence and executive function persists into adulthood among very preterm or very low birthweight children

Skranes, J., Lohaugen, G. C. C. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, e28 - e28.

Methylphenidate for ADHD in children and adolescents: throwing the baby out with the bathwater

Banaschewski, T., Buitelaar, J., Chui, C. S. L., Coghill, D., Cortese, S., Simonoff, E., Wong, I. C. K., on behalf of the European ADHD Guidelines Group Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 97 - 99.

Evidence on methylphenidate in children and adolescents with ADHD is in fact of 'very low quality

Storebo, O. J., Zwi, M., Krogh, H. B., Moreira-Maia, C. R., Holmskov, M., Gillies, D., Groth, C., Simonsen, E., Gluud, C. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 100 - 102.

Exercising control over bipolar disorder

Malhi, G. S., Byrow, Y. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 103 - 105.

Assessing and measuring cognitive function in major depressive disorder

Ragguett, R.-M., Cha, D. S., Kakar, R., Rosenblat, J. D., Lee, Y., McIntyre, R. S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 106 - 109.

Driving and dementia: a clinical update for mental health professionals

Allan, C. L., Behrman, S., Baruch, N., Ebmeier, K. P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 110 - 113.

Designing and analysing clinical trials in mental health: an evidence synthesis approach

Wandel, S., Roychoudhury, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 114 - 117.

Which psychotherapy for PTSD?

Furukawa, T. A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 118 - 119.

PTSD is associated with elevated inflammation: any impact on clinical practice?

O'Donovan, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 120 - 120.

Prevention and treatment of mental health crises: examining the gaps in the evidence base

Stergiopoulos, V. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 121 - 121.

Perinatal suicide associated with depression diagnosis and absence of active treatment in 15-year UK national inquiry

Kim, J. J., Silver, R. K. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 122 - 122.

Routine use of antipsychotics to prevent or treat delirium is not recommended

Kishi, T. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 123 - 123.

Metoclopramide may be effective for clozapine-induced hypersalivation

Hallahan, B. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 124 - 124.

No evidence that CBT is less effective than antidepressants in moderate to severe depression

Lewis, G., Lewis, G. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 125 - 125.

Does community-based suicide prevention decrease suicide attempts? Strategies for reaching zero suicide

Asarnow, J. R., Wang, P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 126 - 126.

Second-generation antidepressants and cognitive-behavioural therapy are both viable choices for initial treatment of major depression

Nakagawa, A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 127 - 127.

Are molecular scanners going to make double-blind placebo-controlled trials impossible?

Fountoulakis, K. N. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 19, 128 - 128.

 

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