Evidence-Based Mental Health systematically searches a wide range of international medical journals applying strict criteria for the validity of research and relevance to psychiatrists and psychologists. Content is critically appraised then the most clinically relevant articles are summarised into a succinct expert commentary focusing on the papers key findings and implications for clinical practice. Evidence-Based Mental Health also publishes articles relevant to the study and practice of evidence-based medicine; including Original Research and Reviews.
Evidence-Based Mental Health is co-owned by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, The British Psychological Society and BMJ.
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Injury talk: spontaneous parent–child conversations in the aftermath of a potentially traumatic event (13 October, 2017)
Developing digital interventions for people living with serious mental illness: perspectives from three mHealth studies (12 October, 2017)
Causes and risk factors:
Multiple indicators of ill health are evident in people with psychosis (12 October, 2017)
Proportionate methods for evaluating a simple digital mental health tool (9 October, 2017)
Social anxiety apps: a systematic review and assessment of app descriptors across mobile store platforms (30 June, 2017)
WHO Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP) Intervention Guide: a systematic review of evidence from low and middle-income countries (13 September, 2017)
Recent advances in understanding and managing body dysmorphic disorder (20 July, 2017)
Statistics in practice:
Common pitfalls and mistakes in the set-up, analysis and interpretation of results in network meta-analysis: what clinicians should look for in a published article (24 July, 2017)
Applying deep neural networks to unstructured text notes in electronic medical records for phenotyping youth depression (24 July, 2017)