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Andrea Cipriani and Anneka Tomlinson summarise a 10-year cohort study of antidepressant use and incidence of weight gain.

They also launch their new SUSANA project: Survey for Understanding Side effects of ANtidepressants in Adults. Please take the SUSANA survey now!

The post Antidepressants and weight gain: long-term population impact #SUSANAsurvey appeared first on National Elf Service.

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A group of UCL Masters Students summarise a recent personal view by Mark Horowitz and David Taylor about tapering of SSRI treatment to mitigate antidepressant withdrawal symptoms.

The post Antidepressant withdrawal: slower and lower tapering of SSRIs appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Saoirse Finn writes a #LetsTalkMentalHealthII blog about group singing for women with postnatal depression.

The post Singing speeds up recovery from postnatal depression faster than usual care #LetsTalkMentalHealthII appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Tamsin Ford asks what outcomes count, when it comes to measuring adolescent depression?

The post Depression in young people: are we researching what matters most? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Melisa Selvaratnam summarises a study on postpartum-specific anxiety as a predictor of infant-feeding outcomes and perceptions of infant-feeding behaviours.

The post Infant-feeding behaviours: Can PSAS scores predict the recipe for success? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Josefien Breedvelt and Peter Coventry explore a new systematic review and meta-analysis of self-management interventions for people with severe mental illness.

The post Is self-management ready for the mental health mainstream? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Katie Finning writes her debut elf blog on a recent systematic review which looks at adult mental health outcomes of adolescent depression; including depression, anxiety and suicidality in adults.

The post What’s the relationship between adolescent depression and adult depression? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Ellie Gant summarises a meta-analysis that asks: Was Eysenck right after all? A reassessment of the effects of psychotherapy for adult depression. The paper suggests that we seriously overestimate the benefits of psychotherapy by including biased trials in meta-analyses, and that there's insufficient reliable research to be certain about the effectiveness of problem-solving therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy and behavioural activation.

The post Psychotherapy for adult depression: is it as good as it’s cracked up to be? appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Maria Loades explores a cross-sectional study of the combined influence of cognitions in adolescent depression, which investigates biases of interpretation, self-evaluation and memory, and concludes that a negative evaluation of the self is strongly associated with depression severity and with a diagnosis of depression.

The post Cognitive biases in adolescent depression: the more you have, the worse you feel appeared first on National Elf Service.

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Maria Loades writes her debut elf blog on a recent systematic review and meta-analysis on the long-term psychosocial outcomes of teenage depression, which finds that depression as a youth is linked to poor academic outcomes, unemployment and problems with relationships in adult life.

The post Teenage depression linked to poor psychological and social outcomes in later life appeared first on National Elf Service.

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