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Service user and carer experiences of seeking help for a first episode of psychosis: a UK qualitative study
Sanna Tanskanen, Nicola Morant, Mark Hinton, Brynmor Lloyd-Evans, Michelle Crosby, Helen Killaspy, Rosalind Raine, Stephen Pilling, Sonia Johnson
Published online 2011 September 30.
Is Cited by the Following 7 Articles in this Archive:
Being in a process of transition to psychosis, as narrated by adults with psychotic illnesses acutely admitted to hospital
K Sebergsen, RN MHS, A Norberg, RN phD, A-G Talseth, RN phD
J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs.
Published online 2014 May 1.
Evaluation of a community awareness programme to reduce delays in referrals to early intervention services and enhance early detection of psychosis
Brynmor Lloyd-Evans, Angela Sweeney, Mark Hinton, Nicola Morant, Stephen Pilling, Judy Leibowitz, Helen Killaspy, Sanna Tanskanen, Jonathan Totman, Jessica Armstrong, Sonia Johnson
Published online 2015 May 2.
Development and psychometric properties the Barriers to Access to Care Evaluation scale (BACE) related to people with mental ill health
Sarah Clement, Elaine Brohan, Debra Jeffery, Claire Henderson, Stephani L Hatch, Graham Thornicroft
Published online 2012 June 20.
Are the Effects of Duration of Untreated Psychosis Socially Mediated?
Ross M G Norman
Can J Psychiatry.
Ten-year audit of clients presenting to a specialised service for young people experiencing or at increased risk for psychosis
Agatha M Conrad, Terry J Lewin, Ketrina A Sly, Ulrich Schall, Sean A Halpin, Mick Hunter, Vaughan J Carr
Published online 2014 November 18.
Qualitative investigation of targets for and barriers to interventions to prevent psychosis relapse
Emily Eisner, Christine Barrowclough, Fiona Lobban, Richard Drake
Published online 2014 July 16.
The Pathways to the First Contact with Mental Health Services among Patients with Schizophrenia in Lagos, Nigeria
Increase Ibukun Adeosun, Abosede Adekeji Adegbohun, Tomilola Adejoke Adewumi, Oyetayo O. Jeje
Schizophr Res Treatment.
Published online 2013 December 31.
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