Evidence-Based Mental Health aims to engage psychiatrists and psychologists, particularly younger professionals, in the challenge of basing their practice on evidence.
Published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, the British Psychological Society and BMJ the journal surveys a wide range of international medical journals, applying strict criteria for the quality and validity of research. Clinicians assess the relevance of the best studies and the key details of these essential articles are presented in a succinct, informative expert commentary on their clinical application.
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Suicidal behaviours are common among US adolescents and are associated with mental health disorders
What is the prevalence of non-fatal suicidal behaviours among US adolescents and what is their association with mental health disorders?
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Members of the Royal College of Psychiatrists are able to log in to Evidence-Based Mental Health through the college website.
EBMH Twitter Chats #ebmhchat
Evidence-Based Mental Health are launching interactive Twitter Chats hosted by expert clinicians and academics from around the world discussing evidence-based practices in mental health.
Join Evidence-Based Mental Health for its first #ebmhchat on 'Violence and Mental Illness: associations, risk factors and risk assessment' - Friday 12th September, 3pm GMT
Click here to find out more about the tweet chat and how to join in!