Early intervention in psychosis: obvious, effective, overdue.

@article{McGorry2015EarlyII,
  title={Early intervention in psychosis: obvious, effective, overdue.},
  author={Patrick D. McGorry},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={2015},
  volume={203 5},
  pages={
          310-8
        }
}
Early intervention for potentially serious disorder is a fundamental feature of healthcare across the spectrum of physical illness. It has been a major factor in the reductions in morbidity and mortality that have been achieved in some of the non-communicable diseases, notably cancer and cardiovascular disease. Over the past two decades, an international collaborative effort has been mounted to build the evidence and the capacity for early intervention in the psychotic disorders, notably… CONTINUE READING
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