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Employment outcomes in people with bipolar disorder: a systematic review
ConclusionBipolar disorder damages employment outcome in the longer term, but up to 60% of people may be in employment. Whilst further studies are necessary, the current evidence provides support for extending the early intervention paradigm to bipolar disorder.
Source: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica - February 4, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: S. Marwaha, A. Durrani, S. Singh Tags: Review Source Type: research
The bipolar–borderline personality disorders connection in major depressive patients
ConclusionIn our sample, selected on the basis of the presence of a mood disorder, the BD‐BPD connection is confirmed by the high prevalence of bipolarity in depressive patients with BPD and by the significant association with familial and clinical features classically considered as external validators of bipolarity.
Source: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica - February 4, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: G. Perugi, J. Angst, J.‐M. Azorin, C. Bowden, E. Vieta, A. H. Young, Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
We Are What We Smell
Pheromones: they’re those chemical signals often associated with attraction. But there are many chemical signals we give off--including ones that might signal alarm, aggression or other emotions. [More]
Source: Scientific American - Official RSS Feed - February 3, 2013 Category: Science Tags: Mind & Brain,Thought Cognition,Psychiatry,Psychology,Language Linguistics,Neuroscience Source Type: research
The Role of Attention in the Academic Attainment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Abstract Academic attainment in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is under-studied, with associated factors largely undetermined. Parent-reported attention symptoms, attentional-switching and sustained-attention tasks were examined to determine relationships with mathematics and reading attainment in 124 children aged 7-12 years; sixty-four with high-functioning ASD, half girls, and sixty age- and gender-matched typical children (TYP). With full-scale IQ controlled there were no differences in mathematics, reading, attentional switching or sustained attention. In regression analysis, attentional switchi...
Source: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders - February 3, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: May T, Rinehart N, Wilding J, Cornish K Tags: J Autism Dev Disord Source Type: research
Global/Local Processing in Autism: Not a Disability, but a Disinclination.
Abstract It is widely suggested that ASD is characterized by atypical local/global processing, but the published findings are contradictory. In an effort to resolve this question, we tested a large group of children on both a free-choice task and an instructed task using hierarchical local-global stimuli. We find that although children with autism showed a reduced preference to report global properties of a stimulus when given a choice, their ability to process global properties when instructed to do so is unimpaired. These findings support prior claims that people with ASD show a disinclination, not a disability, ...
Source: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders - February 3, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Koldewyn K, Jiang YV, Weigelt S, Kanwisher N Tags: J Autism Dev Disord Source Type: research
Panic Disorder in Children and Adolescents with Noncardiac Chest Pain.
Abstract Adults with panic disorder (PD) often present to medical settings with noncardiac chest pain (NCCP), but less is known about children and adolescents with this complaint. We sought to characterize PD in youth with NCCP and compare features with PD in youth in psychiatric outpatient settings. Using a semi-structured diagnostic interview we evaluated 132 youth (ages 8-17) with NCCP recruited from two medical settings. Twenty-seven (20.5 %) met full DSM-IV criteria for PD, eleven of which were children (<13 years). Most frequent panic symptoms were somatic complaints, although cognitive symptoms were als...
Source: Child Psychiatry and Human Development - February 3, 2013 Category: Child Development Authors: Achiam-Montal M, Tibi L, Lipsitz JD Tags: Child Psychiatry Hum Dev Source Type: research
Association Between 1603C>T Polymorphism of DBH Gene and Bipolar Disorder in a Turkish Population.
CONCLUSIONS: Our data suggests that the 1603C>T polymorphism of the DBH gene is associated with susceptibility to bipolar disorder in Turkish population. PMID: 23384717 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Gene - February 2, 2013 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Ates O, Celikel FC, Taycan SE, Sezer S, Karakus N Tags: Gene Source Type: research
Gabapentin reduces preoperative anxiety and pain catastrophizing in highly anxious patients prior to major surgery: a blinded randomized placebo-controlled trial.
CONCLUSIONS: Administration of gabapentin 1,200 mg prior to surgery reduces preoperative NRS anxiety scores and pain catastrophizing scores and increases sedation prior to entering the operating room. These results suggest that gabapentin 1,200 mg may be a treatment option for patients who exhibit high levels of preoperative anxiety and pain catastrophizing; however, the sedative properties of the medication and the possibility of delayed postoperative discharge in the elective ambulatory population need to be considered. PMID: 23377862 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia - February 2, 2013 Category: Anesthesiology Authors: Clarke H, Kirkham KR, Orser BA, Katznelson R, Mitsakakis N, Ko R, Snyman A, Ma M, Katz J Tags: Can J Anaesth Source Type: research
Knowing Right from Wrong, but Just Not Always Feeling it: Relations Among Callous-Unemotional Traits, Psychopathological Symptoms, and Cognitive and Affective Morality Judgments in 8- to 12-Year-Old Boys.
Abstract The present research expands our understanding of cognitive and affective morality by exploring associations with callous-unemotional (CU) traits and externalizing symptoms. Participants were 46 8- to 12-year-old boys from the community who completed the Affective Morality Index, the Youth Self-Report, and the Inventory of Callous-Unemotional Traits. A pattern of results was found indicating that in particular the combination of high CU traits and high externalizing symptoms was associated with lack of affective morality, and an increased perceived likelihood of recommitting antisocial acts (recidivism). T...
Source: Child Psychiatry and Human Development - February 2, 2013 Category: Child Development Authors: Feilhauer J, Cima M, Benjamins C, Muris P Tags: Child Psychiatry Hum Dev Source Type: research
Reduced duration mismatch negativity in adolescents with psychotic symptoms: further evidence for mismatch negativity as a possible biomarker for vulnerability to psychosis
Conclusions: This is the first study to demonstrate impaired auditory discrimination for duration deviant tones in nonclinical adolescents with psychotic symptoms. These findings suggest that MMN amplitude may be a possible biomarker for vulnerability to psychosis.
Source: BMC Psychiatry - Latest articles - February 2, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Jennifer MurphyCaroline RawdonIan KelleherDeirdre TwomeyPatrick MarkeyMary CannonRichard Roche Source Type: research
Intraprofessional Practice Education Using a Community Partnership Model.
Abstract The Intraprofessional Practice Education (IPE) pilot project was designed to increase the number of high-quality practice education settings and to develop intraprofessional learning opportunities for nursing students from three different prelicensure programs. Students from the licensed practical nurse, registered nurse, and registered psychiatric nurse programs shared their practice education experience concurrently in a rural First Nations community. This project's framework, the Partnership Model for Community Health Nursing Education (PMCHNE), is described and includes an explanation of the planning a...
Source: The Journal of Nursing Education - February 1, 2013 Category: Nursing Authors: Hoffart C, Kuster-Orban C, Spooner C, Neudorf K Tags: J Nurs Educ Source Type: research
[Comment] Offline: Falling out with pharma
I am grateful to Tom Yates, from University College London, for alerting me to a campaign that deserves our support. His target is a document, whose creation was led by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), entitled “Guidance on collaboration between healthcare professionals and the pharmaceutical industry”. It is signed by some great and good institutions: the Royal Colleges of Physicians, Psychiatrists, and General Practitioners, the British Pharmacological Society, Department of Health, the Scottish and Welsh Governments, and even the British Medical Association.
Source: LANCET - February 1, 2013 Category: Journals (General) Authors: Richard Horton Tags: Comment Source Type: research
Acadia Healthcare purchases Delta Medical Center
Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare Inc. has purchased Delta Medical Center, a 243-bed hospital located at 3000 Getwell Road. An official statement from Acadia (Nasdaq: ACHC) indicated the purchase gives the company “great opportunity” to settle into the facility, where a majority of beds are dedicated to inpatient psychiatric patients. “Consistent with our acquisition strategy, we expect this transaction will be accretive to our financial results, and we further note that, with a license…
Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Physician Practices headlines - February 1, 2013 Category: American Health Authors: Cole Epley Source Type: research
Acadia buys Memphis facility
Franklin-based Acadia Healthcare Company (NASDAQ: ACHC) has purchased Delta Medical Center in Memphis, according to a news release. The purchase price for the 243-bed hospital was not disclosed. "The purchase of Delta Medical Center represents a great opportunity for Acadia to enter the Memphis market with a high quality facility and an outstanding medical staff," Acadia CEO Joey Jacobs said in the news release. "It also gives us the opportunity to treat acute inpatient psychiatric patients with…
Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Physician Practices headlines - February 1, 2013 Category: American Health Authors: Eric Snyder Source Type: research
Volume 73, Number 4, February 15, 2013: A brief summary of the articles appearing in this issue of Biological Psychiatry.
The risks for developing psychiatric disorders have important heritable components, but large parts of this heritability remain unexplained. In this review, Bohacek et al. (pages 313–320) examine the possibility that environmental factors impacting parents may contribute to disease risk in their offspring via epigenetic alterations. Epigenetic processes are mechanisms that influence the pattern of gene expression without altering the DNA sequence. Possible mechanisms and routes for such epigenetic inheritance are proposed, and experimental evidence supporting the existence of transgenerational effects of the environment ...
Source: Biological Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Tags: In this Issue Source Type: research
Am J Geriatr Psychiatry; +24 new citations
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Source: Am J Geriatr Psychia... - February 1, 2013 Category: Geriatrics Tags: Report Source Type: research
Prospective evaluation of the pyramid plus psychosocial intervention for shy withdrawn children: an assessment of efficacy in 7‐ to 8‐year‐old school children in Northern Ireland
ConclusionsPyramid Plus helped to alleviate internalization problems in participants and initially had a positive impact on social re‐integration. The incorporation of cognitive restructuring techniques may be a necessary intervention modification to affect participants' emotion regulation strategies.
Source: Child and Adolescent Mental Health - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Áine E. McKenna, Tony Cassidy, Melanie Giles Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
SYNERGISTIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG STRESS, DEPRESSION, AND TROUBLED RELATIONSHIPS: INSIGHTS FROM PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY
Stress and depression consistently elevate inflammation and are often experienced simultaneously, which is exemplified by people in troubled relationships. Troubled relationships also elevate inflammation, which may be partially explained by their ability to engender high levels of stress and depression. People who are stressed, depressed, or in troubled relationships are also at greater risk for health problems than their less distressed counterparts. Inflammation, a risk factor for a variety of age‐related diseases including cardiovascular disease, Type II diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and frailty, may be one key mecha...
Source: Depression and Anxiety - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Lisa M. Jaremka, Monica E. Lindgren, Janice K. Kiecolt‐Glaser Tags: Review Source Type: research
RISK FACTORS FOR POST‐INJURY MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS
Serious nonfatal physical injuries and burns are common occurrences that can have substantial implications for personal, social, and occupational functioning. Such injuries are frequently associated with significant mental health issues, and compromised quality of life and well‐being. The purpose of this review is to summarize the current literature on physical, psychological, and social risk factors for mental health issues post‐injury and to contextualize findings using Engel's biopsychosocial framework. We distinguish between pre‐injury, injury‐related, and post‐injury risk factors for mental health problems. ...
Source: Depression and Anxiety - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Jitender Sareen, Julie Erickson, Maria I. Medved, Gordon J. G. Asmundson, Murray W. Enns, Murray Stein, William Leslie, Malcolm Doupe, Sarvesh Logsetty Tags: Review Source Type: research
Innovations in Practice: Feasibility of the development and well‐being assessment as an adjunct to clinical assessment in child and adolescent mental health services
ConclusionsWith the right supporting arrangements in place, the DAWBA would be a feasible assessment tool in community CAMHS.
Source: Child and Adolescent Mental Health - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Anna Last, William Henley, Shelley Norman, Robert Goodman, Tamsin Ford Tags: Innovations in Practice Source Type: research
After a doomed patient kills himself: a psychiatrist's reflections
Source: Bipolar Disorders - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: J Michael Bostwick Tags: Commentary Source Type: research
Initial validation of a computerized version of the UCSD Performance-Based Skills Assessment (C-UPSA) for assessing functioning in schizophrenia
Conclusions: The C-UPSA appears to be highly related to the original UPSA. It has several advantages over the standard version, including increased portability, decreased administration time, and minimized examiner impact on participant performance. Future research would benefit from establishing this test as a clinical and research tool to effectively assess functional capacity.
Source: Schizophrenia Research - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Raeanne C. Moore, Alexandrea L. Harmell, Jennifer Ho, Thomas L. Patterson, Lisa T. Eyler, Dilip V. Jeste, Brent T. Mausbach Tags: Clinical Studies Source Type: research
COMPLICATED GRIEF AND BEREAVEMENT IN YOUNG ADULTS FOLLOWING CLOSE FRIEND AND SIBLING LOSS
ConclusionsComplicated grief and depression are common among bereaved young adults. Sibling loss is particularly distressing to young adults, due in part to the high level of relationship depth, and is associated with increased psychological and physical symptoms postloss.
Source: Depression and Anxiety - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Holly B. Herberman Mash, Carol S. Fullerton, Robert J. Ursano Tags: Research Article Source Type: research
Bipolar disorder in children and adolescents
ConclusionBipolar disorder exists in youth, but it is difficult to diagnose. The recurrent nature and psychosocial morbidity associated with this illness during critical developmental stages call for comprehensive longitudinal evaluation and accurate recognition and treatment because delays in treatment are associated with poor outcome.
Source: Child and Adolescent Mental Health - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Boris Birmaher Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
Schizophrenia research in 2013: Are we making progress?
Abstract The diagnostic category of schizophrenia encompasses a range of disabilities with distinct phenotypic features typically manifesting in young adulthood. Classically the purview of psychiatrists, it is now apparent that close cross disciplinary collaboration and iterative comparison of datasets is a must if we intend to make significant in-roads in preventing both the slide into full blown disease and ensuring that susceptible individuals maintain best quality of life as they age. For example, understanding whether there are specific development windows that permit environmental triggers acting on specific ...
Source: Neurobiology of Disease - February 1, 2013 Category: Neurology Authors: Sakurai T, Shinobu LA, Sawa A Tags: Neurobiol Dis Source Type: research
Glutamate system as target for development of novel antidepressants.
Abstract Depression is a common psychiatric condition characterized by affective, cognitive, psychomotor, and neurovegetative symptoms that interfere with a person's ability to work, study, deal with interpersonal relationships, and enjoy once-pleasurable activities. After the serendipitous discovery of the first antidepressants, for years the only pharmacodynamic mechanisms explored in the search of novel antidepressants were those related to the 3 main monoamines: serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine. New-generation monoaminergic antidepressants, such as selective-serotonin and dual-acting serotonin/norepineph...
Source: CNS Spectrums - February 1, 2013 Category: Neurology Authors: Catena-Dell'osso M, Fagiolini A, Rotella F, Baroni S, Marazziti D Tags: CNS Spectr Source Type: research
Efficacy of cranial electric stimulation for the treatment of insomnia: A randomized pilot study.
Abstract OBJECTIVES: This pilot study examined the potential efficacy of cranial electric stimulation for the treatment of insomnia. DESIGN: The researchers tested the hypothesis through a randomized, double-blind, and placebo controlled clinical trial. The researchers approached eligible subjects who scored 21 or above on the Pittsburgh Insomnia Rating Scale. The researchers then randomly assigned the subjects to receive either an active or sham device. Each study subject received 60min of active or sham treatment for five days. Following each intervention the subjects completed a sleep log, as well as three and t...
Source: Complementary Therapies in Medicine - February 1, 2013 Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Lande RG, Gragnani C Tags: Complement Ther Med Source Type: research
The preventative effects of a brief, early intervention for preschool‐aged children at risk for internalising: follow‐up into middle adolescence
Conclusions: A brief early intervention program delivered to parents of preschool‐aged children who are at risk for later internalising distress shows lasting benefits for girls into the high‐risk period of middle adolescence. Given the low costs associated with this program, these results show promise for strong public health benefits.
Source: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Ronald M. Rapee Source Type: research
The CAINS: Theoretical and Practical Advances in the Assessment of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia.
PMID: 23377630 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Barch DM Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Taking disruptive mood dysregulation disorder out for a test drive.
PMID: 23377631 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Axelson D Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Parity: an ongoing challenge and research opportunity.
PMID: 23377632 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: McCarty D Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
You are only as old as you think.
PMID: 23377633 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Grodstein F Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Clozapine's Role in the Treatment of First-Episode Schizophrenia.
Abstract Early and effective treatment in first-episode schizophrenia is associated with better outcomes. Evidence suggests that response is generally robust in a first antipsychotic trial, but a marked reduction in response rate is observed among patients for whom a second trial is warranted, and even further reductions are seen in subsequent trials. Clozapine, the treatment of choice in refractory schizophrenia, is routinely employed only as a third-line treatment, and it has been shown to markedly enhance the rate of response, even when compared with other atypical antipsychotics. This raises the question of whe...
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Remington G, Agid O, Foussias G, Hahn M, Rao N, Sinyor M Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
The lions of granada maristan.
PMID: 23377635 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Pérez J, Girón-Irueste F, Gurpegui M, Baldessarini RJ, de Leon J Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Evidence for a genetic component for substance dependence in native americans.
CONCLUSIONS Substance dependence has a substantial genetic component in Native Americans, similar in magnitude to that reported for other populations. The high rates of substance dependence seen in some tribes is likely a combination of a lack of genetic protective factors (metabolizing enzyme variants) combined with genetically mediated risk factors (externalizing traits, consumption drive, and drug sensitivity or tolerance) that combine with key environmental factors (trauma exposure, early age at onset of use, and environmental hardship) to produce an elevated risk for the disorder. PMID: 23377636 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Ehlers CL, Gizer IR Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
The Clinical Assessment Interview for Negative Symptoms (CAINS): Final Development and Validation.
CONCLUSIONS The CAINS is an empirically developed and evaluated measure of negative symptoms. Findings indicate that the CAINS is brief yet comprehensive and employable across a wide range of research and clinical contexts. PMID: 23377637 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kring AM, Gur RE, Blanchard JJ, Horan WP, Reise SP Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Prevalence, Comorbidity, and Correlates of DSM-5 Proposed Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder.
CONCLUSIONS Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder is relatively uncommon after early childhood, frequently co-occurs with other psychiatric disorders, and meets common standards for psychiatric "caseness." This disorder identifies children with severe levels of both emotional and behavioral dysregulation. PMID: 23377638 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Copeland WE, Angold A, Costello EJ, Egger H Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
The effects of mental health parity on spending and utilization for bipolar, major depression, and adjustment disorders.
CONCLUSIONS Parity implemented under managed care improved financial protection and differentially affected spending and psychotherapy utilization across groups. There was some evidence that resources were preferentially preserved for diagnoses that are typically more severe or chronic and reduced for diagnoses expected to be less so. PMID: 23377639 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Busch AB, Yoon F, Barry CL, Azzone V, Normand SL, Goldman HH, Huskamp HA Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Common genetic variation and antidepressant efficacy in major depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of three genome-wide pharmacogenetic studies.
CONCLUSIONS Despite increased statistical power accorded by meta-analysis, the authors identified no reliable predictors of antidepressant treatment outcome, although they did identify modest, direct evidence that common genetic variation contributes to individual differences in antidepressant response. PMID: 23377640 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: GENDEP Investigators, MARS Investigators, STAR*D Investigators Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Does a quality improvement intervention for anxiety result in differential outcomes for lower-income patients?
CONCLUSIONS These findings contribute to the ongoing discussion as to whether or not, and to what extent, quality improvement interventions work equally well across income groups or require tailoring for specific vulnerable populations. PMID: 23377641 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Sullivan G, Sherbourne C, Chavira DA, Craske MG, Gollineli D, Han X, Rose RD, Bystritsky A, Stein MB, Roy-Byrne P Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
A New Stimulant of Abuse: 5-(2-aminopropyl)indole.
PMID: 23377642 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Coppola M, Mondola R Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Recalling Martin Luther King: Obama's Effect on Memory.
PMID: 23377643 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The American Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Morgan PT Tags: Am J Psychiatry Source Type: research
Research priorities in mental health.
Conclusion:Despite mental health policy reforms through the last decade, there has been little change in the focus of research funding or publication output. There is modest evidence for a shift in support towards affective disorders as a major focus for research. However, the remaining gaps were very similar to those identified 10 years earlier showing that suicide, personality disorders and anxiety disorders are under-researched. PMID: 23378236 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Christensen H, Batterham PJ, Griffiths KM, Gosling J, Hehir KK Tags: Aust N Z J Psychiatry Source Type: research
e-asing the mind.
PMID: 23382503 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Porter R Tags: Aust N Z J Psychiatry Source Type: research
The future of e-mental health.
PMID: 23382504 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Jorm AF, Morgan AJ, Malhi GS Tags: Aust N Z J Psychiatry Source Type: research
New horizons for e-mental health research and practice.
PMID: 23382505 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Titov N, Dear B, Rapee R Tags: Aust N Z J Psychiatry Source Type: research
A virtual mental health community - A future scenario.
PMID: 23382506 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2013 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Griffiths KM Tags: Aust N Z J Psychiatry Source Type: research