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

BJPsych Bulletin current issue

01/04/2016


Sampling in epidemiological research: issues, hazards and pitfalls [Editorials]

Tyrer, S., Heyman, B. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 57 - 60.

Workplace assessment in crisis? The way forward [Editorials]

O'Leary, D., Al-Taiar, H., Brown, N., Bajorek, T., Ghazirad, M., Shaddel, F. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 61 - 63.

Survey of psychiatric assessment rooms in UK emergency departments [Original papers]

Bolton, J., Palmer, L., Cawdron, R. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 64 - 67.

Unexpected deaths of children and young people in the UK [Original papers]

Stallard, P., Maguire, M., Daddow, J., Shepperd, R., Foster, M., Berry, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 68 - 71.

Alcohol screening for older adults in an acute general hospital: FAST v. MAST-G assessments [Original papers]

Knightly, R., Tadros, G., Sharma, J., Duffield, P., Carnall, E., Fisher, J., Salman, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 72 - 76.

Faith, ethics and Section 63 of the Mental Health Act 1983 [Special articles]

Curtice, M., James, L. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 77 - 81.

Flash, the emperor and policies without evidence: counter-terrorism measures destined for failure and societally divisive [Special articles]

Bhui, K. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 82 - 84.

The Prevent programme: an ethical dilemma for teachers as well as psychiatrists [Special articles]

Reed, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 85 - 86.

Mandating doctors to attend counter-terrorism workshops is medically unethical [Current Practice]

Summerfield, D. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 87 - 88.

Ticking the boxes: a survey of workplace-based assessments [Education & training]

Gilberthorpe, T., Sarfo, M. D., Lawrence-Smith, G. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 89 - 92.

First-generation antipsychotics: not gone but forgotten [Education & training]

Dibben, C. R. M., Khandaker, G. M., Underwood, B. R., O'Loughlin, C., Keep, C., Mann, L., Jones, P. B. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 93 - 96.

BASH: badmouthing, attitudes and stigmatisation in healthcare as experienced by medical students [Education & training]

Ajaz, A., David, R., Brown, D., Smuk, M., Korszun, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 97 - 102.

Profile: Professor Philippa Garety [Perspectives]

Bland, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 103 - 105.

Detention of children is needed at times [Correspondence]

Watts, J. S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 106 - 106.

Information for CAMHS patients about tribunals [Correspondence]

Ulhaq, S. T., Carter, A., Rutherford, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 106 - 106.

Mobile telephone apps first need data security and efficacy [Correspondence]

Torous, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 106 - 107.

Authors' reply [Correspondence]

Marley, J. C., Farooq, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 107 - 107.

You too, YouTube? [Correspondence]

Rajagopal, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 107 - 107.

No smoke without fire [Correspondence]

Braithwaite, R. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 107 - 108.

Projection prevention and control [Correspondence]

Forrest, A. D. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 108 - 108.

Professor Ajita Chakraborty MB, DPM, FRCP (Ed.) FRCPsych: Formerly Director of Postgraduate Medical and Research Institute, Professor and Head of the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, Calcutta, India [Obituaries]

Bhattacharya, D., Bhattacharya, R. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 109 - 109.

Dr John Hurst MB, DPM, FRCPsych: Formerly Consultant in Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability, Lea Castle Centre, Wolverly, Nr. Kidderminster, Worcestershire [Obituaries]

Roy, M., Roy, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 110 - 110.

Schizophrenia [Reviews]

Higgs, J. E. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 111 - 111.

The Time In Between: A Memoir of Hunger and Hope [Reviews]

Morris, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 111 - 111.

A Straight Talking Introduction to Psychiatric Diagnosis [Reviews]

Martindale, B. Psychiatric Bulletin, 40, 112 - 112.