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A minimum evaluation protocol and stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial of ACCESS Open Minds, a large Canadian youth mental health services transformation project.. BMC Psychiatry. 19(1):273.. 2019.
[Early intervention in psychosis: concepts, current knowledge and future directions].. Sante Ment Que. 39(2):201-29.. 2014.
Patient satisfaction with random assignment to extended early intervention for psychosis vs regular care: Relationship with service engagement.. Early Interv Psychiatry.. 2020.
A minimum evaluation protocol and stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial of ACCESS Open Minds, a large Canadian youth mental health services transformation project. BMC psychiatry. 19(1):273-273.. 2019.
Context and contact: a comparison of patient and family engagement with early intervention services for psychosis in India and Canada.. Psychol Med. :1-10.. 2020.
Editorial: How youth mental healthcare is being transformed in diverse settings across Canada: Reflections on the experience of the ACCESS Open Minds network.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:8-11.. 2019.
Suicidality Over the First 5 Years of Psychosis: Does Extending Early Intervention Have Benefits? Suicidabilité dans les cinq premières années d'une psychose: Prolonger une intervention précoce a-t-il des avantages? Can J Psychiatry. :706743720961714.. 2020.
A NEET distinction: youths not in employment, education or training follow different pathways to illness and care in psychosis.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 53(12):1401-1411.. 2018.
The Case for Cautious Interpretation and Replication: Lead-Time Bias as a Potential Explanation for the Link Between Duration of Untreated Psychosis and Outcome.. Am J Psychiatry. 177(12):1180-1181.. 2020.
Look Before You Leap: Representativeness of Those Completing Self-Reports in Early Psychosis Research.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743719879356.. 2019.
Early intervention for psychosis: a Canadian perspective.. J Nerv Ment Dis. 203(5):356-64.. 2015.
ShareDisk: A novel visual tool to assess perceptions about who should be responsible for supporting persons with mental health problems.. Int J Soc Psychiatry. 66(4):411-418.. 2020.