Course and outcome of psychosis in black Caribbean populations and other ethnic groups living in the UK: a systematic review.

@article{Chorlton2012CourseAO,
  title={Course and outcome of psychosis in black Caribbean populations and other ethnic groups living in the UK: a systematic review.},
  author={Emma Chorlton and Kwame McKenzie and Craig Morgan and Gillian A. Doody},
  journal={The International journal of social psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={400-8}
}
BACKGROUND A higher incidence of psychosis has repeatedly been reported in black Caribbean populations in the UK. This has been attributed to a number of biological, psychological and sociocultural causes, including black Caribbean populations having a different illness course and outcome compared to other ethnic populations living in the UK. AIMS A systematic review of UK-based quantitative studies, which compared at least two aspects of outcome in black Caribbean populations and other… CONTINUE READING