Correction: Acceptability of the Fitbit in behavioural activation therapy for depression: a qualitative study (16 November, 2017)
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.
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WHO Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP) Intervention Guide: a systematic review of evidence from low and middle-income countries (13 September, 2017)
Causes and risk factors:
Multiple indicators of ill health are evident in people with psychosis (12 October, 2017)
Web-based cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia shows long-term efficacy in improving chronic insomnia (29 September, 2017)
Prevalence, assessment and diagnosis:
NMDA receptor antibodies are found in a small subgroup of patients with first-episode psychosis, but their clinical relevance is unknown (25 September, 2017)
Developing digital interventions for people living with serious mental illness: perspectives from three mHealth studies (12 October, 2017)
Adjunctive avatar therapy for mentalization-based treatment of borderline personality disorder: a mixed-methods feasibility study (22 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)