01 November 2006
This podcast focuses on four papers from the November 2006 issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry
Professor Clive E. Adams
Professor Clive E Adams, Co-ordinating Editor, Cochrane Schizophrenia Groups, University of Leeds, talks to Dr Persaud about tha fact that people who are living in poorer countries are more likely to get better pharmacological interventions than people living in richer countries.
Read the article: The schizophrenia drug-treatment paradox: pharmacological treatment based on best possible evidence may be hardest to practise in high-income countries
(Interview starts at: 0 mins 0 secs)
Dr Mike Crawford
Dr Mike Crawford, Department of Psychological Medicine, Imperial College London, talks to Dr Persaud about music therapy for in-patients with schizophrenia.
Read the article: Music therapy for in-patients with schizophrenia - Exploratory randomised controlled trial
(Interview starts at: 16 mins 19 secs)
Dr Craig Morgan
Dr Craig Morgan, Division of Psychological Medicine at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, talks to Dr Persaud about the length of time between the onset of psychosis and its treatment.
Read the article: Clinical and social determinants of duration of untreated psychosis in the ÆSOP first-episode psychosis study
(Interview starts at: 30 mins 33 secs)
Professor Gyles Glover
Professor Gyles Glover, Professor of Public Mental Health at Durham University, talks to Dr Persaud about crisis resolution / home treatment teams and psychiatric admission rates in England.
(Interview starts at: 48 mins 47 secs)