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

Psychiatric Bulletin current issue

01/08/2014


Stigma creating stigma: a vicious circle [Editorials]

Dinos, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 145 - 147.

Too similar, too different: the paradoxical dualism of psychiatric stigma [Editorials]

Gergel, T. L. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 148 - 151.

The College reply to Francis misses the big question: a commentary on OP92 [Editorials]

Cox, J., Gray, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 152 - 153.

'Schizophrenia is a dirty word': service users' experiences of receiving a diagnosis of schizophrenia [Original papers]

Howe, L., Tickle, A., Brown, I. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 154 - 158.

Impact of work experience placements on school students' attitude towards mental illness [Original papers]

Kennedy, V., Belgamwar, R. B. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 159 - 163.

School-based interventions targeting stigma of mental illness: systematic review [Review Article]

Mellor, C. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 164 - 171.

Outcomes of care programme approach, dual diagnosis, carer support and psychological therapy inductions [Special articles]

Kamau, C. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 172 - 174.

The demonisation of psychiatrists in fiction (and why real psychiatrists might want to do something about it) [Education & training]

Hopson, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 175 - 179.

Bulletin comment: Openness, transparency and candour [Perspectives]

Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 180 - 180.

Profile: Stigma and the psychiatrist - Julia Bland talks to Dinesh Bhugra [Perspectives]

Bland, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 180 - 182.

Personal experience: Diagnosis and dilemmas - what happens when we diagnose patients with the label 'schizophrenia' [Perspectives]

Ellerby, M. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 182 - 184.

Personal experience: Coming out - the psychotic psychiatrist - an account of the stigmatising experience of psychiatric illness [Perspectives]

Tagore, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 185 - 188.

Personal experience: Hopes and fears - the road to recovery after psychotic illness [Perspectives]

Tagore, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 189 - 190.

Profile: James Davies [Perspectives]

Armstrong, N. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 191 - 193.

Bulletin comment: Learned helplessness [Perspectives]

Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 194 - 194.

President's response to editorial by John Cox & Alison Gray [Correspondence]

Bailey, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 195 - 195.

Overselling risk assessment [Correspondence]

Broughton, T. D. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 195 - 195.

GMC guidance needed [Correspondence]

Dudleston, K. E. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 195 - 196.

Risk assessment and evidence-based medicine [Correspondence]

Large, M. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 196 - 196.

Author response [Correspondence]

Roychowdhury, A., Adshead, G. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 196 - 196.

OCTET Study: flawed by type 2 error [Correspondence]

Owen, A. J., Mirok, D., Sood, L. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 196 - 197.

The OCTET trial, community treatment orders and evidence-based practice [Correspondence]

Mustafa, F. A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 197 - 197.

Author reply [Correspondence]

Molodynski, A., Burns, T. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 197 - 198.

Insulin coma therapy [Correspondence]

Gibson, A. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 198 - 198.

Hope and hopelessness in carers of a relative with schizophrenia [Correspondence]

Leff, J. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 198 - 198.

Dr Patrick Lionel Grattan Gallwey (MBBS, DPM, FRCPsych) [Obituaries]

Hilton, M. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 199 - 199.

Domestic Violence and Mental Health [Reviews]

Coccia, F. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 200 - 200.

Working with Teenage Parents: Handbook of Theory and Practice for Practitioners Working with Pregnant Teenagers, Young Parents and Their Children [Reviews]

Jawad, S. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38, 200 - 200.