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Mental Health: MHU 2019 issue 5 (3 October 2019)

Guide to library resources for staff of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne with an interest in mental health, psychiatry and psychology

Mental Health Update - Issue 5 of 2019 (3 October 2019)

Welcome to Mental Health Update – a current awareness e-bulletin for staff and students of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne who are interested in any aspect of mental health. Staff may request an Endnote library of citations. Readers from other organisations are welcome, but please note that some links may not work for you, and this library can only supply subscription based full text resources to SVHM staff and students.

If you would like to provide feedback or be notified of new issues please email helen.wilding@svha.org.au - enjoy!

  • Open access article: Free access. No login needed.
  • Read article*:  Onsite access at SVHM without login. Offsite access with SVHM email address and password.
  • Read article**: Onsite access at SVHM without login. Offsite access with Clinicians Health Channel login.
  • Abstract only: Staff publication without subscription access. Request from author. 

Publications by staff of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

  Congratulations to our very own authors for a job well done! 

  1. Art making and the promotion of wellbeing in Samoa – participants’ lived experience of a recovery oriented intervention. Fenner P, Ryan B, Latai L, Percival S. Arts & Health, 2018, 10(2):124-137 abstract only
  2. Language translation apps in health care settings: Expert opinion. Panayiotou A, Gardner A, Williams S, Zucchi E, Mascitti-Meuter M, Goh AMY, You E, Chong TWH, Logiudice D, Lin X, Haralambous B, Batchelor F. JMIR mHealth uHealth, 2019, 7(4):e11316 Open access article
  3. Dietary intake of people with severe mental illness: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Teasdale SB, Ward PB, Samaras K, Firth J, Stubbs B, Tripodi E, Burrows TL. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(5):251-259 Read article*
  4. Mapping the nature of distress raised by patients with high-grade glioma and their family caregivers: A descriptive longitudinal study. Philip JCollins APanozzo SStaker JMurphy M. Neuro-Oncology Practice, 2019 Open access article
  5. Psychosocial interventions for stroke survivors, carers and survivor-carer dyads: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Minshall C, Pascoe MC, Thompson DR, Castle DJ, McCabe M, Chau JPC, Jenkins Z, Cameron J, Ski CF. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 2019:1-11 Read article*
  6. Faecal microbiota transplants for depression – who gives a crapsule? Green J, Castle D, Berk M, Hair C, Loughman A, Cryan J, Nierenberg A, Athan E, Jacka F. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(8):732-734 Read article*
  7. Exploring heterogeneity on the Wisconsin card sorting test in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: A cluster analytical investigation. Carruthers SP, Gurvich CT, Meyer D, Bousman C, Everall IP, Neill E, Pantelis C, Sumner PJ, Tan EJ, Thomas EHX, Van Rheenen TE, Rossell SL. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2019, 25(7):750-760 Open access article
  8. The He Ara Oranga report: What’s wrong with ‘big psychiatry’ in New Zealand? Allison S, Bastiampillai T, Castle D, Mulder R, Beaglehole B. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(8):724-726 Read article*
  9. Response to: Bryce and Allott – cognitive screening: A significant unmet need in youth mental health. 30 minutes is too long! Rossell SL. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(8):814-814 Open access article
  10. Should skin picking disorder be considered a diagnostic category? A systematic review of the evidence. Jenkins Z, Zavier H, Phillipou A, Castle D. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(9):866-877 Read article*
  11. Does early intervention prevent chronic psychosis? A question for the Victorian royal commission into mental health. Allison S, Bastiampillai T, Malhi GS, Castle D. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, Read article*
  12. Impaired recognition of negative facial emotions in body dysmorphic disorder. Grace SA, Toh WL, Buchanan B, Castle DJ, Rossell SL. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2019, 25(8):884-889  abstract only
  13. Predictors of overall and mental health-related internet use in adults with psychosis. Villagonzalo K-A, Arnold C, Farhall J, Rossell SL, Foley F, Thomas N. Psychiatry Research, 2019, 278:12-18  abstract only

Featured journal articles and online resources

Addictions and dual diagnosis

  • Are computer-based treatment programs effective at reducing symptoms of substance misuse and mental health difficulties within adults? A systematic review. Dugdale S, Elison-Davies S, Semper H et al. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 2019:1-21 Read article*
  • Predictive associations among the repeated measurements of anxiety, depression, and craving in a dual diagnosis program. Wolitzky-Taylor K, Schiffman J. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 2019, 15(3):140-146 Read article*

Aged psychiatry

  • Medication review plus person-centred care: A feasibility study of a pharmacy-health psychology dual intervention to improve care for people living with dementia. Maidment ID, Damery S, Campbell N et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2018, 18(1):340 Open access article
  • Effectiveness of the dog therapy for patients with dementia - a systematic review. Klimova B, Toman J, Kuca K. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):276 Open access article

Children of parents with a mental illness

  • Do professionals ask about children when establishing a collaborative individual plan for clients? A cross-sectional study. Elgán TH, Källmén H. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 2019:1-4 Open access article
  • Promoting resilience in children and adolescents living with parental mental illness (CAPRI): Children are key to identifying solutions. Abel KM, Hope H, Faulds A et al. British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 215(3):513-515 Read article*

Communication

  • Passing the baton: Getting to grips with after-hours handovers. McKay D. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Read article*
  • Change in patient activation and mental illness symptoms after communication training: A multisite study with a diverse patient sample. Chiang M, Chang J, Nakash O et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(8):696-702 Read article**
  • The quality and quantity of staff-patient interactions as recorded by staff. A registry study of nursing documentation in two inpatient mental health wards. Myklebust KK, Bjørkly S. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):251 Open access article
  • Embracing the new age of transparency: Mental health patients reading their psychotherapy notes online. O’Neill S, Chimowitz H, Leveille S et al. Journal of Mental Health, 2019, 28(5):527-535 Read article*

Consumer participation

  • Service user's actual involvement in mental health research practices: A scoping review. Sangill C, Buus N, Hybholt L et al. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 28(4):798-815 Read article*
  • Putting the “self” in self-injury research: Inclusion of people with lived experience in the research process. Lewis SP, Hasking P. Psychiatric Services, 2019:appi.ps.201800488 Open access article

Culture

  • Responsibilities for ensuring inclusion and representation in research: A systems perspective to advance ethical practices. Murray K, Nebeker C, Carpendale E. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(9):835-838 Read article*
  • Efficacy of compulsory community treatment and use in minority ethnic populations: A statewide cohort study. Kisely S, Moss K, Boyd M et al. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry,  Read article*

ECT

  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists professional practice guidelines for the administration of electroconvulsive therapy. Weiss A, Hussain S, Ng B et al. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(7):609-623 Read article*

Ethics

  • Ethics of debating if it is ethical to diagnose public figures! Chaturvedi SK. British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 215(2):505-505 Read article*
  • Avoiding paternalism. Bladon H. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 40(7):579-584 Read article*

Families and carers

  • “It’s a matter of building bridges…” – feasibility of a carer involvement intervention for inpatients with severe mental illness. Kaselionyte J, Conneely M, Giacco D. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):268 Open access article
  • Family involvement in psychiatric hospitalizations: Associations with discharge planning and prompt follow-up care. Haselden M, Corbeil T, Tang F et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019:appi.ps.201900028 Read article**

Funding

  • Leviathans: Headspace-like behemoths swallow resources. Looi JC, Allison S, Bastiampillai T. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry,  Read article*
  • Resolving the paradox of increased mental health expenditure and stable prevalence. Meadows GN, Prodan A, Patten S et al. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(9):844-850 Read article*

Group programs

  • An intensive multimodal group programme for patients with psychotic disorders at risk of rehospitalization: A controlled intervention study. de Jong MH, Wierdsma AI, Van Gool AR et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):241 Open access article

Medication

  • Predictors of treatment satisfaction in antipsychotic-naïve and previously medicated patients with acute-phase psychosis.Stabell LA, Gjestad R, Kroken RA et al. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 73(6):349-356 Read article*
  • Towards precision medicine in psychosis: Benefits and challenges of multimodal multicenter studies - PSYSCAN: Translatingneuroimaging findings from research into clinical practice. Tognin S, van Hell HH, Merritt K et al. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2019 Read article*
  • Adjunctive use of anti-inflammatory drugs for schizophrenia: A meta-analytic investigation of randomized controlled trials. Cho M, Lee TY, Kwak YB et al. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(8):742-759 Read article*
  • The association between antidepressant treatment and brain connectivity in two double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials: A treatment mechanism study. Wang Y, Bernanke J, Peterson BS et al. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2019, 6(8):667-674 Read article*

Personal stories

  • What shaped my career. Torrey EF. Psychiatric Services, 2019:appi.ps.70901 Open access article
  • The ideal psychiatry—a Utopia? Vijn TW. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2018, 45(5):956-957 Read article*
  • Everything at once, or nothing at all. Akram U. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2018, 45(5):958-959 Read article*

Physical health

  • Collaborative care: Enough of the why; what about the how? Ramanuj PP, Pincus HA. British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 215(4):573-576 Read article*
  • Physical healthcare of people with serious mental illness: A cross-sectional study of nurses’ involvement, views, and current practices. Yalçın SU, Bilgin H, Özaslan Z. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-9 Read article*
  • The Lancet Psychiatry commission: A blueprint for protecting physical health in people with mental illness. Firth J, Siddiqi N, Koyanagi A et al. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2019, 6(8):675-712 Read article*

Staff wellbeing

  • International comparison of the work-related stressors experienced by psychiatrists. Henderson M, Abbas M. BJPsych International, 2019, 16(3):51-52 Open access article
  • ‘Remember that patient you saw…’: Advice for trainees on coping after making an error. Harrison J, Klein J. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2019, 31(4):667-668 Read article*
  • Factors related to intention to leave and job satisfaction among registered nurses at a large psychiatric hospital. Kagwe J, Jones S, Johnson SL. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 40(9):754-759 Read article*

Victorian Royal Commission into Mental Health

  • Is the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health system an anti-stigma intervention? Reavley N. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Read article*
  • Reducing the quality gap in mental health services. Jorm A. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(10):941-942 Read article*

Everything else

  • The open access mandate: Be careful what you wish for. Agustini B, Berk M. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Read article*
  • Subjective quality of life among patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder and patients with major depressive disorder. Tan XW, Seow E, Abdin E et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):267 Open access article
  • Attitudes toward standardized assessment tools and their use among clinicians in a public mental health service. Bjaastad JF, Jensen-Doss A, Moltu C et al. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 73(7):387-396 Read article*
  • Modifiable predictors of supported employment outcomes among people with severe mental illness. Mahmood Z, Keller AV, Burton CZ et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(9):782-792 Read article**

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Helen Wilding

Helen Wilding, Senior Research Librarian

Carl de Gruchy Library, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
+613 9231 2541  Helen.Wilding@svha.org.au

Literature Searching, Systematic Reviews, Mental Health liaison 
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