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 study determines whether an Internet-assisted intervention using whole-population screening that targets the most symptomatic 4-year-old children is effective at 6 and 12 months after the start of treatment.
This Viewpoint discusses use of implementation science to improve global mental health systems.
This Finnish national birth cohort study assesses the association of childhood bullying and/or exposure to bullying with subsequent psychiatric outcomes and diagnoses made during adolescence or adulthood.
This Viewpoint proposes a conceptual framework for population health systems that would enable early intervention services for patients with new-onset psychotic disorders.
This Viewpoint discusses the potential of using data captured by smartphones and wearable technologies to develop new strategies for mental health care.
This randomized clinical trial reports that web-based cognitive behavioral therapy is associated with a reduced likelihood of suicidal ideation among medical interns.
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 Viewpoint suggests that national organizations should address the mental health of residents and fellows by proposing strategies for comprehensive education, screening, and treatment.
This single-blind randomized clinical trial finds that standard prolonged exposure and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing protocols are effective, safe, and feasible in patients with PTSD and severe psychotic disorders, including current symptoms.
This time-series analysis reports that the effects of transitioning from Medicaid to Medicare Part D on essential treatment of serious mental illness vary by state.
This study explores the possible association of changes in the numbers of psychiatric hospital beds with changes in the sizes of prison populations in South America since 1990.
This quasi-experimental study shows that a mental health intervention integrated into an employment training program can reduce depressive symptoms and improve engaged coping strategies in adolescents and young adults.
This prospective longitudinal study shows that, although prevalence rates of psychiatric comorbidity decreased in youth after detention, rates remained substantial and were higher than rates in the most comparable studies of the general population.
Blazer discusses independent research by early investigators.