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Self-harm and suicide in adolescents
Self-harm and suicide are major public health problems in adolescents, with rates of self-harm being high in the teenage years and suicide being the second most common cause of death in young peopleExpand
Risk factors for suicide in individuals with depression: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND Depression is the most common psychiatric disorder in people who die by suicide. Awareness of risk factors for suicide in depression is important for clinicians. METHODS In a systematicExpand
Attitudes and knowledge of clinical staff regarding people who self-harm: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND The attitudes held by clinical staff towards people who harm themselves, together with their knowledge about self-harm, are likely to influence their clinical practice and hence theExpand
Psychiatric disorders in patients presenting to hospital following self-harm: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND Psychiatric disorders occur in approximately 90% of individuals dying by suicide. The prevalence of psychiatric disorders in people who engage in non-fatal self-harm has received lessExpand
Detecting Bipolar Depression From Geographic Location Data
This paper aims to identify periods of depression using geolocation movements recorded from mobile phones in a prospective community study of individuals with bipolar disorder (BD). Expand
Suicidal behaviour and the menstrual cycle
Background. To investigate the available data regarding possible associations between phases of the menstrual cycle and suicidal behaviour. Method. A systematic search of major relevant databases wasExpand
Daily longitudinal self-monitoring of mood variability in bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder
Background Traditionally, assessment of psychiatric symptoms has been relying on their retrospective report to a trained interviewer. The emergence of smartphones facilitates passive sensor-basedExpand
Psychiatric assessment of mood instability: qualitative study of patient experience
Background Mood instability is a common reason for psychiatric referral. Very little is known about how patients with unstable mood experience assessment and diagnosis. Aims To investigate theExpand
Experiences of Remote Mood and Activity Monitoring in Bipolar Disorder: A Qualitative Study
Abstract Background Mobile technology enables high frequency mood monitoring and automated passive collection of data (e.g. actigraphy) from patients more efficiently and less intrusively than hasExpand
Reduced Subjective Response to Acute Ethanol Administration Among Young Men with a Broad Bipolar Phenotype
Elevated lifetime prevalence rates of alcohol use disorders (AUDs) are a feature of bipolar disorder (BD). Individuals at-risk for AUDs exhibit blunted subjective responses to alcohol (low levels ofExpand