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Assessing the cost of early intervention in psychosis: A systematic review
- A. Amos
- Medicine, PsychologyThe Australian and New Zealand journal of…
- 13 June 2012
The published literature does not support the contention that early intervention for psychosis reduces costs or achieves cost-effectiveness, and increased outpatient costs in early-intervention programmes suggest such programmes may increase costs.
Selective bias in early intervention for psychosis
- A. Amos
- Psychology, MedicineThe Australian and New Zealand journal of…
- 1 September 2012
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 46(9) Galletly CA, Folley D, Waterreus A, et al. (2012) Cardiometabolic risk factors in people with psychotic disorders: The second Australian survey…
HIV ANTIGENAEMIA IN ACUTE HIV INFECTION
Neuralgic amyotrophy due to parvovirus infection.
Post-mortem examinations of patients in whom deposits of extramedullary haemopoiesis were present in the central nervous system, and who had developed neurological manifestations prior to death, showed that cranial dura mater occur even less commonly and when described, have usually been reported as incidental findings at necropsy.
Clinical Haematology: A Postgraduate Exam Companion
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COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF CHEST IN DIAGNOSIS OF MILIARY TUBERCULOSIS
A review of spin and bias use in the early intervention in psychosis literature.
- A. Amos
- Medicine, PsychologyThe primary care companion for CNS disorders
- 1 February 2014
There was a high prevalence of spin and bias in the early intervention in psychosis literature compared to previous findings in the oncological literature and there appears to be a need for greater scrutiny of the early interventions literature by editors, peer reviewers, and critical readers of the literature.
Oral and cutaneous features of acute human immunodeficiency virus infection.
Acute infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) may give rise to a febrile illness with distinctive clinical features. Oral and cutaneous involvement may be prominent. Two cases are…
Measuring the impact of revised mental health legislation on human rights in Queensland, Australia.