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Adolescent vs. adult onset of a first episode psychosis: Impact on remission of positive and negative symptoms.. Schizophr Res. 174(1-3):183-8.. 2016.
Baby or bathwater? Referrals of "non-cases" in a targeted early identification intervention for psychosis. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol.. 2018.
A controlled evaluation of a targeted early case detection intervention for reducing delay in treatment of first episode psychosis.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 49(11):1711-8.. 2014.
Early intervention for psychosis: a Canadian perspective.. J Nerv Ment Dis. 203(5):356-64.. 2015.
"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.. 2018.
Gaming With Stigma: Analysis of Messages About Mental Illnesses in Video Games.. JMIR Ment Health. 6(5):e12418.. 2019.
Outcome in patients converting to psychosis following a treated clinical high risk state.. Early Interv Psychiatry.. 2017.
Pathways to functional outcomes following a first episode of psychosis: The roles of premorbid adjustment, verbal memory and symptom remission.. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 52(8):793-803.. 2018.
Positive Changes Experienced After a First Episode of Psychosis: A Systematic Review.. Psychiatr Serv. 69(1):84-99.. 2018.
Posttraumatic growth following a first episode of psychosis: a mixed methods research protocol using a convergent design.. BMC Psychiatry. 16:262.. 2016.
Post-traumatic growth following a first episode of psychosis: a scoping review.. Early Interv Psychiatry.. 2016.
The relative contribution of cognition and symptomatic remission to functional outcome following treatment of a first episode of psychosis.. J Clin Psychiatry. 75(6):e566-72.. 2014.
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.