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

Evidence-Based Mental Health current issue

01/08/2015


Intervening early in children with bipolar disorder: is there a pot at the end of the Rainbow?

Miklowitz, D. J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 65 - 66.

Parenting in mothers with borderline personality disorder and impact on child outcomes

Petfield, L., Startup, H., Droscher, H., Cartwright-Hatton, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 67 - 75.

The Penrose hypothesis in the 21st century: revisiting the asylum

Toynbee, M. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 76 - 76.

Increasing placebo response in antipsychotic trials: a clinical perspective

Dold, M., Kasper, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 77 - 79.

Which drug is the best bet when your bipolar patient gets depressed?

Furukawa, T. A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 80 - 81.

SSRI antidepressants are not associated with cerebral microbleeds or ischaemic vascular lesions

Morriss, R. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 82 - 82.

Sibling bullying is associated with anxiety, depression and self-harm

Arseneault, L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 83 - 83.

Environmental factors, including cannabis, are strongly related to the age of onset and morbidity of schizophrenia

Bhavsar, V. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 84 - 84.

Comorbid tics have no effect on response to cognitive-behavioral therapy in youth with obsessive-compulsive disorder

Hanna, G. L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 85 - 85.

Monitoring of suicide risk throughout the course of treatment with antidepressants for depression is required, but vigilance is required for those on some particular antidepressant agents

Hetrick, S. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 86 - 86.

Understanding the course of cognitive deficits over the onset of psychosis

Lin, A., Wood, S. J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 87 - 87.

Pharmacotherapy for bipolar depression: comparative efficacy and acceptability is in the eye of the beholder

Citrome, L., Ketter, T. A. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 88 - 88.

Metformin to reduce weight gain and metabolic disturbance in schizophrenia

Faulkner, G., Duncan, M. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 89 - 89.

Efficacy of complicated grief therapy in older adults

Supiano, K. P. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 90 - 90.

Psychosocial therapy after self-harm associated with reduced repetition, suicide, and all-cause mortality in Denmark

Steeg, S., Kapur, N. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 91 - 91.

Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy has the potential to prevent and treat anxiety and depression in young people

Cox, G., Robinson, J. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 92 - 92.

Some promising news about psychosocial interventions for adolescent self-harm

Brent, D. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 93 - 93.

Integrating depression treatment within primary care improves outcomes in adolescents

Asarnow, J. R., Rozenman, M. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 94 - 94.

Cognitive therapy plus medication management is better than antidepressants alone for patients with severe depression

Sung, S. C. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 95 - 95.

Web-based prevention and treatment programmes for internalising problems in youth: encouraging findings in an expanding research field

Calear, A. L. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18, 96 - 96.