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Natalie Morgan looks at the association between oestradiol levels, hormonal contraceptive use, and responsiveness to one-session-treatment for spider phobia in women.

The post Could hormonal contraceptives make women less responsive to exposure therapy? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Dafni Katsampa explores a recent prospective cohort study of risk factors for suicide in bipolar disorder, which finds significant variation in risk factors in men and women.

The post Risk factors for suicide in people with bipolar disorder appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Byron Creese writes a #LetsTalkMentalHealthII blog about a recent genome-wide meta-analysis which identifies new loci and functional pathways influencing Alzheimer's disease risk.

The post New genes implicated in Alzheimer’s disease #LetsTalkMentalHealthII appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Peter McMurray writes his debut elf blog on a systematic review of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder, which finds a lack of high quality research to support its use in clinical practice.

The post Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Muna Dubad explores a Danish qualitative analysis of young adults’ perspectives of a smartphone app (MindFrame), which is designed for people recently diagnosed with schizophrenia, to empower them to self-manage their condition.

The post Digital self-management of schizophrenia: the MindFrame app appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Lucinda Powell summarises a recent systematic review about the association between anxiety and poor attendance at school, which suggests links between anxiety and unexcused absences/truancy, and school refusal.

The post Poor school attendance and anxiety: what’s the link? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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David Turgoose writes his debut elf blog on a longitudinal cohort study, which looks at the effect of post-traumatic stress disorder on refugees' parenting and their children's mental health.

The post Can PTSD in refugees affect their children’s well-being via harsher parenting styles? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Nuala Morse writes a #LetsTalkMentalHealthII blog about a museum-based social prescription intervention on quantitative measures of psychological wellbeing in older adults.

The post Museums on prescription for socially isolated older adults #LetsTalkMentalHealthII appeared first on National Elf Service.

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LucÍa Almazán Sánchez and Derek Tracy appraise a new paper in the British Journal of Psychiatry on continuity of care and clinical outcomes in the community for people with severe mental illness.

The post Continuity of care: a luxury or need? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Syeda Akther writes her debut elf blog on a recent review looking at racial disparities in bipolar disorder treatment and research. She argues that we need to start having serious conversations about racism that go beyond unconscious bias.

The post Racial disparities in bipolar disorder diagnosis and treatment: time to talk about racism appeared first on National Elf Service.

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