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Charlotte Walker reviews a recent qualitative study on monitoring mood in bipolar disorder, which suggests that people with lived experience should customise monitoring questions to create a more responsive, personalised approach.
The post What do people with bipolar really pay attention to when they are monitoring their mood? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Lorna Collins reviews a novel study which uses an experience sampling method to track momentary wellbeing over the course of an arts on prescription scheme, to predict changes in global wellbeing for people with anxiety and depression.
The post Mood changes during art workshops: what can they teach us? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Lucy Purnell summarises a recent systematic review which finds little support for parental involvement in cognitive behavioural therapy for adolescent anxiety disorders.
The post Parental involvement in CBT for anxiety disorders: a help or a hindrance? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Rachel Symons summarises a qualitative study that explores the relationship between autism and social anxiety in male adults.
The post Autism and social anxiety: qualitative research shows how we can help appeared first on National Elf Service.
In his debut blog, Stephen Schueller critiques a study of ‘user-adjusted’ analyses, which aims to describe the content of mental health apps that are actually reaching people.
The post What content is found in the mental health apps that people are actually using? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Vishal Bhavsar reviews a recent study examining correlates of future violent behaviour in people being treated for schizophrenia in US-based treatment centres.
The post Violent behaviour by people diagnosed with psychosis: what is good evidence? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Ian Cummins explores a qualitative study which finds that police officers are ambiguous about their involvement in mental health emergencies.
The post Policing and mental health: what do police officers think? appeared first on National Elf Service.
Georgie Parker reviews a mixed-methods study exploring psychiatry trainees understanding, experience of and competence assessing and managing digital risk.
Emmeline Lagunes summarises a recent paper from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which outlines the importance of person-centred care in contemporary medicine and psychiatry.
The post The importance of adopting a person-centred approach in psychiatry appeared first on National Elf Service.
Ioana Crivatu explores a meta-analysis which finds that females exposed to adverse events in childhood may be more likely to enter a cycle of violence in adulthood
The post Can childhood maltreatment lead to a female cycle of violence? appeared first on National Elf Service.