Diagnostic change 10 years after a first episode of psychosis

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BACKGROUND A lack of an aetiologically based nosology classification has contributed to instability in psychiatric diagnoses over time. This study aimed to examine the diagnostic stability of psychosis diagnoses using data from an incidence sample of psychosis cases, followed up after 10 years and to examine those baseline variables which were associated… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0033291715000720

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@inproceedings{Heslin2015DiagnosticC1, title={Diagnostic change 10 years after a first episode of psychosis}, author={Margaret Heslin and Ben Lomas and J. M. Lappin and Kim Donoghue and Ulrich A. Reininghaus and Adanna Onyejiaka and Timothy J Croudace and P. B. Jones and Robin M. Murray and Paul V Fearon and Paola Dazzan and Craig Morgan and G. A. Doody}, booktitle={Psychological medicine}, year={2015} }