Tackling structural racism in suicide prevention: a conceptual framework
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by Kamaldeep Bhui
3d ago
Kam Bhui reviews a conceptual framework developed to understand structural racism and suicide prevention for ethnoracially minoritised youth in the United States. The post Tackling structural racism in suicide prevention: a conceptual framework appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Transgenerational trauma: maternal childhood maltreatment and perinatal outcomes
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by Lucy Purnell
4d ago
Lucy Purnell explores a recent systematic review, which finds that maternal childhood maltreatment is associated with adverse perinatal mental health experiences, and this association is mediated by disruptions to maternal emotional functioning. The post Transgenerational trauma: maternal childhood maltreatment and perinatal outcomes appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Improving our understanding of the links between loneliness and mental health problems
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by Zuva Dengu
5d ago
Zuva Dengu summaries a review of longitudinal studies investigating the relationship between loneliness and new onset of mental health problems in the general population. The post Improving our understanding of the links between loneliness and mental health problems appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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1 in 5 pre-school aged children develop PTSD symptoms following trauma exposure. Why are we still neglecting these children?
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by Mira Vasileva
6d ago
In her debut blog, Mira Vasileva summarises a systematic review which suggests that the pooled prevalence of PTSD in pre-school children who have been exposed to trauma was 21.5%. The post 1 in 5 pre-school aged children develop PTSD symptoms following trauma exposure. Why are we still neglecting these children? appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Do different groups of people with schizophrenia respond differently to different antipsychotics?
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by Murtada Alsaif
1w ago
Murtada Alsaif considers a systematic review and meta-analysis published in the Lancet Psychiatry exploring the response of different subgroups of patients with schizophrenia to different antipsychotic drugs. The post Do different groups of people with schizophrenia respond differently to different antipsychotics? appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Oral health interventions for people with severe mental illness: what enables and prevents people from accessing them?
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by Vishal Aggarwal
1w ago
Vishal Aggarwal considers the findings of a recent qualitative study, which looks at the contextual factors, barriers, and facilitators to accessing oral health interventions for people with severe mental illness. The post Oral health interventions for people with severe mental illness: what enables and prevents people from accessing them? appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Severe mental illness and comorbid chronic physical illness: the clock’s ticking
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by Jodie Ferris
1w ago
In her debut blog, Jodie Ferris summarises a recent cohort study on the temporal relationship between severe mental illness diagnosis and chronic physical comorbidity in the UK, which contains important findings for care and future research. The post Severe mental illness and comorbid chronic physical illness: the clock’s ticking appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Suicide risk among LGBTQ+ adolescents in Canada
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by Jess Williams
1w ago
Jess Williams examines a nationally representative population-based study on suicidality among sexual minority and transgender adolescents in Canada. The post Suicide risk among LGBTQ+ adolescents in Canada appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Early intervention in psychosis: research priorities
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by Kris Deering
1w ago
In his debut blog, Kris Deering summarises a paper which looks at the evidence gaps and research priorities for early intervention in psychosis. The post Early intervention in psychosis: research priorities appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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Can brain scans tell us how successful CBT for anxiety will be? Meta-analysis of task-based fMRI studies shows promise
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by Millie Lowther
2w ago
Millie Lowther, Isabel Luetkenherm, Carlos Mena and Alexandra Pike summarise a recent fMRI meta-analysis, which finds that activation in brain circuits related to salience, interoception and emotional processing were found to predict a positive response to CBT in anxiety disorders. The post Can brain scans tell us how successful CBT for anxiety will be? Meta-analysis of task-based fMRI studies shows promise appeared first on National Elf Service ..read more
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