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New EBMH will be published this week
Evidence-Based Mental Health (EBMH) is a journal which includes key published papers and exclusive expert contributions.
Published four times a year, EBMH is edited by Professor Graham Towl, a Chartered Psychologist and the first psychologist to be appointed editor of this multidisciplinary journal.
This invaluable publication surveys a vast range of international medical journals and selects over 20 vital research articles for every issue.
The key details of these essential studies are presented in a succinct, informative abstract with an expert commentary on its clinical application.
EBMH also includes a recommended reading list of high quality articles that were not included. This ensures that you have a ready-made reading list.
You can find out more about the journal and how Society Members can subscribe to EBMH at a reduced rate on the EMBH webpage.
The November 2012 edition will be available on Friday 26 October and will include the following articles:
- Policing and mental health - Graham Towl and David Crighton
- Changes in occipital lobe gyrification may be an early marker for psychosis in youth with velo-cardio-facial syndrome - Dr Jean Starling
- Reported loneliness rather than social isolation is a risk factor for ten-year mortality in older men - Dr Melissa Kathryn Andrew
- Modular psychotherapy improves problems in youth with anxiety, depression or conduct disorder more rapidly than standard psychotherapy or usual care - Dr Joan Rosenbaum Asarnow
- Cognitive behavioural treatments have long-term benefits in female rape survivors with PTSD - Dr Edna Foa
- SPARX computerised CBT is as effective as usual care for mild to moderate depression in help seeking adolescents - Professor Kathleen Margaret Griffiths
- No difference in extrapyramidal side effects between first and second generation antipsychotics - Dr Ryan Carnahan
- Review: maintenance antipsychotics prevent relapse in patients with schizophrenia - Professor Ofer Agid
- Adding facilitated physical activity to standard GP care for depression does not improve symptoms - Dr JoEllen Wilbur
- Review: urgent need for RCT evidence on effectiveness of crisis interventions for borderline personality disorder - Dr Andrew Chanen
- Community-based outreach may reduce distress in women exposed to intimate partner abuse more than system-based referral at six to twelve months’ follow-up - Dr Caroline Clements
- Atomoxetine reduces ADHD symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder compared with placebo - Eugene Arnold
- Use of benzodiazepines in adults with schizophrenia is associated with increased mortality - Dr Stefan Weinmann
- Fluoxetine and sertraline may be associated with lower risk of suicide death than paroxetine in adults with depression - Dr Ajit Shah
- Veterans who have served in the conflicts of Iraq and Afghanistan are at increased risk of suicide compared to other veterans if they have a psychiatric diagnosis - Mark Kaplan
- Review: adverse effects of different second generation antipsychotics vary in children and adolescents - Dr Leila Ben Amor
- Following self-harm, there are shared and differing risk factors for subsequent suicide death or accidental death - Dr Ann John
- Hyperactivity/impulsivity in childhood, but not inattention, is associated with early-onset tobacco and alcohol use - Dr Frances Levin
- Review: adults with disabilities experience more violence than non-disabled adults - Dr Jack Ji-Ding Lin
- Higher BMI, lower self-esteem and more abnormal eating habits are associated with greater body dissatisfaction in adolescents - Dr Jonathan M Mond
- Prevalence of psychotic symptoms in the general population varies across 52 countries - Dr Laura Helena Andrade
- Review: emotion identification deficits are associated with functional impairments in people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders - Dr Fabien Tremeau
- About 7% of four year olds in Norway meet criteria for a psychiatric diagnosis - Dr Joan L Luby
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