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Validation of “prodromal” criteria to detect individuals at ultra high risk of psychosis: 2 year follow-up
BACKGROUND Identification of individuals "prodromal" for schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders relies on criteria that predict onset within a brief period. Previous trials and biologicalExpand
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Long-term follow-up of a group at ultra high risk ("prodromal") for psychosis: the PACE 400 study.
IMPORTANCE The ultra high-risk (UHR) criteria were introduced to prospectively identify patients at high risk of psychotic disorder. Although the short-term outcome of UHR patients has been wellExpand
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Experience of trauma and conversion to psychosis in an ultra‐high‐risk (prodromal) group
Bechdolf A, Thompson A, Nelson B, Cotton S, Simmons MB, Amminger GP, Leicester S, Francey SM, McNab C, Krstev H, Sidis A, McGorry PD, Yung AR. Experience of trauma and conversion to psychosis in anExpand
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Newer generation antidepressants for depressive disorders in children and adolescents.
BACKGROUND Depressive disorders are common in young people and are associated with significant negative impacts. Newer generation antidepressants, particularly selective serotonin reuptake inhibitorsExpand
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Randomized controlled trial of interventions for young people at ultra high risk for psychosis: 6-month analysis.
OBJECTIVE Cognitive therapy and/or low-dose antipsychotic administered during the prodromal phase of schizophrenia may prevent or delay the onset of full-blown illness. However, it is unclear whichExpand
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Randomized controlled trial of interventions for young people at ultra-high risk of psychosis: twelve-month outcome.
OBJECTIVE The ultra-high risk clinical phenotype is associated with substantial distress and functional impairment and confers a greatly enhanced risk for transition to full-threshold psychosis. AExpand
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Psychotic symptoms with sexual content in the “ultra high risk” for psychosis population: Frequency and association with sexual trauma
Individuals at "ultra high risk" (UHR) for psychosis have been found to experience high rates of sexual trauma. An aetiological role for sexual trauma has been proposed for psychotic disorders andExpand
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Randomized Controlled Trial of Interventions for Young People at Ultra-High Risk of Psychosis: Study Design and Baseline Characteristics
Objective: Intervention during the pre-psychotic period of illness holds the potential of delaying or even preventing the onset of a full-threshold disorder, or at least of reducing the impact ofExpand
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Shared decision making: what do clinicians need to know and why should they bother?
Shared decision making enables a clinician and patient to participate jointly in making a health decision, having discussed the options and their benefits and harms, and having considered theExpand
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Experiences of treatment decision making for young people diagnosed with depressive disorders: a qualitative study in primary care and specialist mental health settings
BackgroundClinical guidelines advocate for the inclusion of young people experiencing depression as well as their caregivers in making decisions about their treatment. Little is known, however, aboutExpand
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