The Mental Health of Young Canadians Who Are Not Working or in School.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743718815899.. 2018.
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.
Pathways to mental health services for young people: a systematic review.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol.. 2018.
Peer-driven family support services in the context of first-episode psychosis: Participant perceptions from a Canadian early intervention programme.. Early Interv Psychiatry.. 2018.
Positive Changes Experienced After a First Episode of Psychosis: A Systematic Review.. Psychiatr Serv. 69(1):84-99.. 2018.
Predictors of 'all-cause discontinuation' of initial oral antipsychotic medication in first episode psychosis.. Schizophr Res. 201:287-293.. 2018.
Progress of negative symptoms over the initial 5 years of a first episode of psychosis - CORRIGENDUM.. Psychol Med. :1-3.. 2018.
Social Determinants of Health and Preclinical Glycemic Control in Newly Diagnosed First-Episode Psychosis Patients.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743718762097.. 2018.
A study on negative and depressive symptom prevalence in individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 12(5):900-906.. 2018.
Who should be responsible for supporting individuals with mental health problems? A critical literature review. Int J Soc Psychiatry. 64(3):293-302.. 2018.
Youth Mental Health Should Be a Top Priority for Health Care in Canada.. Can J Psychiatry. 63(4):216-222.. 2018.
ACCESS Open Minds at the University of Alberta: Transforming student mental health services in a large Canadian post-secondary educational institution.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:56-64.. 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). 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.. 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.. 2019.
Gaming With Stigma: Analysis of Messages About Mental Illnesses in Video Games.. JMIR Ment Health. 6(5):e12418.. 2019.
Improving mental health services for homeless youth in downtown Montreal, Canada: Partnership between a local network and ACCESS Esprits ouverts (Open Minds), a National Services Transformation Research Initiative.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:20-28.. 2019.
Improving youth mental wellness services in an Indigenous context in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories: ACCESS Open Minds Project.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:35-41.. 2019.
"It's Brought Me a Lot Closer to Who I Am": A Mixed Methods Study of Posttraumatic Growth and Positive Change Following a First Episode of Psychosis.. Front Psychiatry. 10:480.. 2019.
Look Before You Leap: Representativeness of Those Completing Self-Reports in Early Psychosis Research.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743719879356.. 2019.
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.
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.
A Model of Mental Health Care Involving Trained Lay Health Workers for Treatment of Major Mental Disorders Among Youth in a Conflict-Ridden, Low-Middle Income Environment: Part I Adaptation and Implementation.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743719839318.. 2019.
Progress of negative symptoms over the initial 5 years of a first episode of psychosis.. Psychol Med. 49(1):66-74.. 2019.