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2017
Malla A, Shah JL, Lal S.  2017.  Advances and challenges in early intervention in psychosis.. World Psychiatry. 16(3):274-275.
Lutgens D, Gariépy G, Malla A.  2017.  Authors' reply.. Br J Psychiatry. 211(2):116-117.
Shah JL, Crawford A, Mustafa SS, Iyer SN, Joober R, Malla A.  2017.  Is the Clinical High-Risk State a Valid Concept? Retrospective Examination in a First-Episode Psychosis Sample. Psychiatr Serv. 68(10):1046-1052.
Malla A, Joober R, Iyer SN, Norman R, Schmitz N, Brown TG, Lutgens D, Jarvis E, Margolese HC, Casacalenda N et al..  2017.  Comparing three-year extension of early intervention service to regular care following two years of early intervention service in first-episode psychosis: a randomized single blind clinical trial.. World Psychiatry. 16(3):278-286.
Maraj A, Veru F, Morrison L, Joober R, Malla A, Iyer SN, Shah JL.  2017.  Disengagement in immigrant groups receiving services for a first episode of psychosis.. Schizophr Res.
Hetrick SE, Bailey AP, Smith KE, Malla A, Mathias S, Singh SP, O'Reilly A, Verma SK, Benoit L, Fleming TM et al..  2017.  Integrated (one-stop shop) youth health care: best available evidence and future directions.. Med J Aust. 207(10):S5-S18.
Guma E, Devenyi GA, Malla A, Shah JL, M Chakravarty M, Pruessner M.  2017.  Neuroanatomical and Symptomatic Sex Differences in Individuals at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis.. Front Psychiatry. 8:291.
Malla A, de Bonneville M, Shah JL, Jordan G, Pruessner M, Faridi K, Rabinovitch M, Iyer SN, Joober R.  2017.  Outcome in patients converting to psychosis following a treated clinical high risk state.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Lutgens D, Gariépy G, Malla A.  2017.  Psychological and psychosocial interventions for negative symptoms in psychosis: systematic review and meta-analysis.. Br J Psychiatry. 210(5):324-332.
Williams R, Malla A, Roy M-A, Joober R, Manchanda R, Tibbo P, Banks N, Agid O.  2017.  What Is the Place of Clozapine in the Treatment of Early Psychosis in Canada? Can J Psychiatry. 62(2):109-114.
Lal S, Malla A, Marandola G, Thériault J, Tibbo P, Manchanda R, Williams R, Joober R, Banks N.  2017.  "Worried about relapse": Family members' experiences and perspectives of relapse in first-episode psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
2018
Jordan G, Kinkaid M, Iyer SN, Joober R, Goldberg K, Malla A, Shah JL.  2018.  Baby or bathwater? Referrals of "non-cases" in a targeted early identification intervention for psychosis. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol.
Malla A, Iyer SN, Shah JL, Joober R, Boksa P, Lal S, Fuhrer R, Andersson N, Abdel-Baki A, Hutt-MacLeod D et al..  2018.  Canadian response to need for transformation of youth mental health services: ACCESS Open Minds (Esprits ouverts).. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Lal S, Gleeson J, Malla A, Rivard L, Joober R, Chandrasena R, Alvarez-Jimenez M.  2018.  Cultural and Contextual Adaptation of an eHealth Intervention for Youth Receiving Services for First-Episode Psychosis: Adaptation Framework and Protocol for Horyzons-Canada Phase 1.. JMIR Res Protoc. 7(4):e100.
MacDonald K, Malla A, Joober R, Shah JL, Goldberg K, Abadi S, Doyle M, Iyer SN.  2018.  Description, evaluation and scale-up potential of a model for rapid access to early intervention for psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Pope MA, Jordan G, Venkataraman S, Malla A, Iyer SN.  2018.  "Everyone Has a Role": Perspectives of Service Users With First-Episode Psychosis, Family Caregivers, Treatment Providers, and Policymakers on Responsibility for Supporting Individuals With Mental Health Problems.. Qual Health Res. :1049732318812422.
Pruessner M, King S, Vracotas N, Abadi S, Iyer SN, Malla A, Shah JL, Joober R.  2018.  Gender differences in childhood trauma in first episode psychosis: Association with symptom severity over two years.. Schizophr Res.
Domenech C, Altamura C, Bernasconi C, Corral R, Elkis H, Evans J, Malla A, Krebs M-O, Nordstroem A-L, Zink M et al..  2018.  Health-related quality of life in outpatients with schizophrenia: factors that determine changes over time.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 53(3):239-248.

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