Impact of persistent substance misuse on 1-year outcome in first-episode psychosis.

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BACKGROUND Substance misuse is a common comorbid problem in people presenting with first-episode psychosis and is associated with a poor short-term outcome. AIMS The aim of this study is to examine differences in baseline characteristics and 1-year outcome between individuals with first-episode psychosis who have never misused substances, those who stop… (More)
DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.108.057471

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@article{Turkington2009ImpactOP, title={Impact of persistent substance misuse on 1-year outcome in first-episode psychosis.}, author={Aidan Turkington and Ciaran Mulholland and Teresa M. Rushe and Rick Anderson and Rosalind McCaul and Suzanne Lucia Barrett and Ruth S. Barr and Stephen J. Cooper}, journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science}, year={2009}, volume={195 3}, pages={242-8} }