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Venkataraman S, Jordan G, Pope MA, Iyer SN.  2017.  Examination of cultural competence in service providers in an early intervention programme for psychosis in Montreal, Quebec: Perspectives of service users and treatment providers.. 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.
Hutt-MacLeod D, Rudderham H, Sylliboy A, Sylliboy-Denny M, Liebenberg L, Denny JF, Gould MR, Gould N, Nossal M, Iyer SN et al..  2019.  Eskasoni First Nation's transformation of youth mental healthcare: Partnership between a Mi'kmaq community and the ACCESS Open Minds research project in implementing innovative practice and service evaluation.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:42-47.
Maraj A, Iyer SN, Shah JL.  2018.  Enhancing the Engagement of Immigrant and Ethnocultural Minority Clients in Canadian Early Intervention Services for Psychosis.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743718773752.
Iyer SN, Boksa P, Joober R.  2019.  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.
Mustafa S, Joober R, Iyer SN, Shah JL, Lepage M, Malla A.  2019.  Early Stabilization of Weight Changes Following Treatment With Olanzapine, Risperidone, and Aripiprazole: A 12-Month Naturalistic Study of First Episode Psychosis.. J Clin Psychiatry. 80(5)
Iyer SN, Malla A.  2014.  [Early intervention in psychosis: concepts, current knowledge and future directions].. Sante Ment Que. 39(2):201-29.
Iyer SN, Jordan G, MacDonald K, Joober R, Malla A.  2015.  Early intervention for psychosis: a Canadian perspective.. J Nerv Ment Dis. 203(5):356-64.

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