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British Journal of Psychiatry
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Published on Aug 1, 2019in British Journal of Psychiatry 7.23
Richard Braithwaite1
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(St Mary's Hospital)
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Published on Mar 29, 2019in British Journal of Psychiatry 7.23
Thomas Lansdall-Welfare8
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Stafford L. Lightman84
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Nello Cristianini45
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The state of an individual's mental health depends on many factors. Determination of the importance of any particular factor within a population needs access to unbiased data. We used publicly available data-sets to investigate, at a population level, how surrogates of mental health covary with light exposure. We found strong seasonal patterns of antidepressant prescriptions, which show stronger correlations with day length than levels of solar energy. Levels of depression in a population can th...
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Published on Aug 1, 2019in British Journal of Psychiatry 7.23
Pang Loong Wong , Robert Bertram2
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Dieneke Hubbeling1
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Published on Jan 25, 2019in British Journal of Psychiatry 7.23
Mark J. D. Jordans33
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Nagendra P. Luitel12
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+ 6 AuthorsVikram Patel81
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Background Evidence shows benefits of psychological treatments in low-resource countries, yet few government health systems include psychological services. Aim Evaluating the clinical value of adding psychological treatments, delivered by community-based counsellors, to primary care-based mental health services for depression and alcohol use disorder (AUD), as recommended by the Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP). Method Two randomised controlled trials, separately for depression and AUD...
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Published on Jan 30, 2019in British Journal of Psychiatry 7.23
Ole Köhler-Forsberg5
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Erik Roj Larsen23
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+ 9 AuthorsKatherine J. Aitchison44
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Background For patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) experiencing side-effects or non-response to their first antidepressant, little is known regarding the effect of switching between a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) and a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). Aims To compare the switch between the TCA nortriptyline and the SSRI escitalopram. Method Among 811 adults with MDD treated with nortriptyline or escitalopram for up to 12 weeks, 108 individuals switched from nortriptylin...
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