This Viewpoint reflects on actions patients, clinicians, and payers may consider when a managed behavioral health care organization refuses particular care.
This study compares mental health symptom monitoring alone vs symptom monitoring plus care management among 1018 older, community-dwelling, low-income adults prescribed an antidepressant or anxiolytic and experiencing clinically significant mental health symptoms at intake.
This nonrandomized trial compares the effects of an intervention comprising manual-guided sessions on health care engagement and health information technology use vs usual care on self-reported substance use and depression.
This prospective cohort and risk score development study determines that risk prediction models for cardiovascular disease using body mass index and lipid levels perform better in people with severe mental illness compared with models that include only established risk factors.
Alegría and coauthors examine whether the DECIDE intervention improves activation, self-management, engagement, and retention in behavioral health care.
This population epidemiology study of patients with schizophrenia uses Medicaid data to compare overall and cause-specific mortality rates for adults with schizophrenia vs the US general population between 2001 and 2007.
This randomized clinical trial reports that a dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) intervention that includes skills training is effective for reducing suicide and self-injury attempts in women with borderline personality disorder (BPD).
This survey study presents nationally representative findings on the prevalence, correlates, psychiatric comorbidity, disability, and treatment of DSM-5 drug use disorder diagnoses overall and by severity level.
Iltis et al provide mental health researchers with practical approaches to (1) identify and define various intrinsic research risks, (2) communicate these risks to others (eg, potential participants, regulatory bodies, and society), (3) manage these risks during the course of a study, and (4) justify the risks.
This cross-sectional study compares white matter myelination and microstructure in individuals with vs without psychotic experiences and examines neurodevelopmental variables associated with the experiences.
This multicenter, prospective cohort study provides support for the deleterious effect of elevated amyloid-β levels on cognitive function in preclinical Alzheimer disease.
This longitudinal cohort study compares rates of self-harm, unintentional injury, and suicide in patients with bipolar disorder prescribed lithium, valproate sodium, olanzapine, or quetiapine fumarate.
This meta-analysis uses 4 operational categories of brief psychotic episodes to look at the risk of recurrence of psychoses after a patient experiences a brief psychotic first episode.
This cohort study examines the association between eating disorders and suicide attempts, with further analyses of familial associations as risk factors.
This randomized clinical trial compares the efficacy of cognitive behavioral group psychotherapy vs individual clinical management and methylphenidate vs placebo in patients with adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
This meta-analysis of observational studies investigates associations between age at menopause, duration of the reproductive period, and depression in postmenopausal women.
This randomized clinical trial reports that web-based cognitive behavioral therapy is associated with a reduced likelihood of suicidal ideation among medical interns.