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Mental Health: MHU 2019 issue 4 (10 July 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 4 of 2019 (10 July 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. Articles marked with an asterisk* require an SVHM login for offsite access. Staff may request an Endnote library of citations.

Readers from other organisations are welcome, but please note that links marked with an asterisk* 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!

Covidence software for systematic reviews

The library now has an institutional licence to Covidence for staff of St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.

Covidence is an online software program that simplifies the process of systematic and scoping reviews for publication. It is most useful where two or more people are screening records for relevance, making the process much more efficient and saving an enormous amount of time. Using Covidence you can:

  • access the software on or offsite, including on your mobile phone
  • upload search results from Endnote
  • choose how many people need to screen results (such as any two of a group of researchers)
  • list inclusion and exclusion criteria
  • screen titles and abstracts quickly by voting yes, no or maybe
  • upload PDFs for full text screening
  • automatically record the process in a PRISMA flowchart
  • export results
  • access risk of bias and extraction tools with a Cochrane focus

For more information visit https://www.covidence.org and contact the library on 9231 2541 or Library.svhmlibrary@svha.org.au

Publications by staff of St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

     

  Congratulations to our very own authors for a job well done! Publications with full text access are repeated amongst the feature articles.

  1. The acceptability, feasibility and potential outcomes of an individual mindfulness-based intervention for hearing voices. Louise S, Rossell SL, Thomas N. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 2019, 47(2):200-216 Abstract only
  2. Antipsychotic choice: Understanding shared decision-making among doctors and patients. Yeo V, Dowsey M, Alguera-Lara V, Ride J, Lancsar E, Castle DJ. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-8 Read article*
  3. The Australian drug harms ranking study. Bonomo Y, Norman A, Biondo S, Bruno R, Daglish M, Dawe S, Egerton-Warburton D, Karro J, Kim C, Lenton S, Lubman DI, Pastor A, Rundle J, Ryan J, Gordon P, Sharry P, Nutt D, Castle D. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 2019, 33(7):759-768 Read article
  4. Beyond psychiatry: Motivations for considering an Australian wellbeing program within Malaysian health services. Silim UA, Suhaimi AF, Moore G, Ryan B, Castle DJ. Australasian Psychiatry, 2019, 27(3):262-266 Read article*
  5. A biopsychosocial proposal to progress the field of anorexia nervosa. Phillipou A, Musić S, Lee Rossell S. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 0(0):0004867419849487 Read article*
  6. Delivering family psychoeducation at the mental health acute inpatient service: A practitioner narrative. Nolan M, Petrakis M. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 26(3-4):101-107 Read article*
  7. Direct comparisons of anorexia nervosa and body dysmorphic disorder: A systematic review. Phillipou A, Castle DJ, Rossell SL. Psychiatry Research, 2019, 274:129-137 Abstract only
  8. Dual diagnosis assessment: A case study implementing the Reasons For Use package to engage a marginalised service user. Kroes S, Myers K, Officer S, O’Connor S, Petrakis M. Cogent Medicine, 2019, 6(1):1630097 Read article
  9. Dysmorphic concern in anorexia nervosa: Implications for recovery. Beilharz F, Phillipou A, Castle D, Jenkins Z, Cistullo L, Rossell S. Psychiatry Research, 2019, 273:657-661 Abstract only
  10. The effects of a muscarinic receptor 1 gene variant on executive and non-executive cognition in schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Carruthers SP, Cropley V, Bousman C, Everall IP, Neill E, Pantelis C, Sumner PJ, Tan EJ, Bozaoglu K, Thomas EHX, Van Rheenen TE, Gurvich CT, Rossell SL. Psychiatry Res, 2019, 273:178-180 Abstract only
  11. Exploring the relationship between fantasy proneness and delusional beliefs in psychosis and non-clinical individuals. Tan EJ, Fletcher K, Rossell SL. Psychiatry Research, 2019, 272:80-85 Abstract only
  12. Heteronormative models of health-care delivery: Investigating staff knowledge and confidence to meet the needs of LGBTIQ+ people. Kilicaslan J, Petrakis M. Social Work in Health Care, 2019, 58(6):612-632 Read article*
  13. Intractable acute ischaemic priapism occurring secondary to newly commenced olanzapine. Farag M, Goad J, Temelcos C. BMJ Case Reports, 2019, 12(3):e227466 Abstract only
  14. Intranasal oxytocin alters amygdala-temporal resting-state functional connectivity in body dysmorphic disorder: A double-blind placebo-controlled randomized trial. Grace SA, Labuschagne I, Castle DJ, Rossell SL. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2019, 107:179-186 Abstract only
  15. Language comprehension and neurocognition independently and concurrently contribute to formal thought disorder severity in schizophrenia. Tan EJ, Rossell SL. Schizophr Res, 2019, 204:133-137 Abstract only
  16. Peer mentoring for eating disorders: Results from the evaluation of a pilot program. Beveridge J, Phillipou A, Jenkins Z, Newton R, Brennan L, Hanly F, Torrens-Witherow B, Warren N, Edwards K, Castle D. Journal of Eating Disorders, 2019, 7(1):13 Read article
  17. "Quitlink"-a randomized controlled trial of peer worker facilitated quitline support for smokers receiving mental health services: Study protocol. Baker AL, Borland R, Bonevski B, Segan C, Turner A, Brophy L, McCarter K, Kelly PJ, Williams JM, Baird D, Attia J, Sweeney R, White SL, Filia S, Castle D. Front Psychiatry, 2019, 10:124 Read article*
  18. Review article: Common emergency department presenting complaints of prisoners: A systematic review. Harel N, Moskovitch JT, Weiland TJ, Augello MR. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2019, 31(2):183-192 Read article*
  19. Risk factors in early and late onset schizophrenia. Chen L, Selvendra A, Stewart A, Castle D. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 2018, 80:155-162 Abstract only
  20. A systematic review of cognitive impairments associated with kidney failure in adults before natural age-related changes. Brodski J, Rossell SL, Castle DJ, Tan EJ. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2019, 25(1):101-114 Abstract only
  21. A systematic review of efficacy of collaborative assessment and management of suicidality (CAMS) in managing suicide risk and deliberate self-harm in adult populations. Hanratty D, Kilicaslan J, Wilding H, Castle D. Australasian Psychiatry, 2019, 0(0):1039856219848832 Read article*
  22. A systematic review of factors that influence the efficacy of cognitive remediation therapy in schizophrenia. Reser MP, Slikboer R, Rossell SL. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 0(0):0004867419853348 Read article*
  23. A systematic review of the symptom profile and course of methamphetamine-associated psychosis. Voce A, Calabria B, Burns R, Castle D, McKetin R. Substance Use & Misuse, 2019, 54(4):549-559 Read article*

Featured journal articles and online resources

Addictions and dual diagnosis

  • Dual diagnosis assessment: A case study implementing the Reasons For Use package to engage a marginalised service user. Kroes S, Myers K, Officer S, O’Connor S, Petrakis M. Cogent Medicine, 2019, 6(1):1630097 Read article  [SVHM authors]
  • The Australian drug harms ranking study. Bonomo Y, Norman A, Biondo S, Bruno R, Daglish M, Dawe S, Egerton-Warburton D, Karro J, Kim C, Lenton S, Lubman DI, Pastor A, Rundle J, Ryan J, Gordon P, Sharry P, Nutt D, Castle D. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 2019, 33(7):759-768 Read article  [SVHM authors]
  • A systematic review of the symptom profile and course of methamphetamine-associated psychosis. Voce A, Calabria B, Burns R, Castle D, McKetin R. Substance Use & Misuse, 2019, 54(4):549-559 Read article* [SVHM authors]

 

Aged psychiatry

  • Training interventions to improve general hospital care for older people with cognitive impairment: Systematic review. Abley C, Dickinson C, Andrews Z et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(4):201-212 Read article*
  • Involving patients with dementia in decisions to initiate treatment: Effect on patient acceptance, satisfaction and medication prescription. Dooley J, Bass N, Livingston G et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(4):213-217 Read article*
  • Growing older in secure mental health care: The user experience. Visser RC, MacInnes D, Parrott J et al. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-7 Read article*

 

Australian reforms

  • Is legislative reform translating into recovery-orientated practice and better protection of rights? Ryan CJ. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(5):382-383 Read article*
  • The Queensland mental health court: A unique model. Coghlan S, Harden S. BJPsych International:1-4 Read article

 

Change management

  • Change management in health care and mental health nursing. Cleary M, West S, Arthur D et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-7 Read article*

 

Co-design and co-production

  • Try to see it my way: Exploring the co-design of visual presentations of wellbeing through a workshop process. Craven M, Goodwin R, Rawsthorne M et al. Perspectives in Public Health, 2019, 139(3):153-161 Read article
  • Pilot implementation of co-designed software for co-production in mental health care planning: A qualitative evaluation of staff perspectives. Farr M, Pithara C, Sullivan S et al. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-10 Read article*
  • Mental health researchers’ views about service user research: A literature review. Happell B, Gordon S, Bocking J et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2018, 39(12):1010-1016 Read article*

 

Communication

  • Advocating for mental health doublespeak. Stampfer H. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(5):479-480 Read article*

 

Community mental health

  • Recovery for all in the community; position paper on principles and key elements of community-based mental health care. Keet R, de Vetten-Mc Mahon M, Shields-Zeeman L et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):174 Read article
  • Interagency collaboration in primary mental health care: Lessons from the Partners in Recovery program. Henderson J, Javanparast S, Baum F et al. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 2019, 13(1):37 Read article
  • Continuity of care and clinical outcomes in the community for people with severe mental illness. Macdonald A, Adamis D, Craig T et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(5):273-278 Read article*
  • Supporting the intimate relationship needs of service users with psychosis: What are the barriers and facilitators? White R, Haddock G, Varese F. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-7 Read article*

 

Culture

  • Beyond psychiatry: Motivations for considering an Australian wellbeing program within Malaysian health services. Silim UA, Suhaimi AF, Moore G, Ryan B, Castle DJ. Australasian Psychiatry, 2019, 27(3):262-266 Read article* [SVHM authors]
  • Mental health of refugee children: A discursive look at causes, considerations and interventions. Cleary M, West S, Foong A et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-7 Read article*

 

Decision making

  • Antipsychotic choice: Understanding shared decision-making among doctors and patients. Yeo V, Dowsey M, Alguera-Lara V, Ride J, Lancsar E, Castle DJ. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-8 Read article[SVHM authors]
  • A pragmatist's guide to the assessment of decision-making capacity. Zhong R, Sisti DA, Karlawish JH. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(4):183-185 Read article*

 

Early psychosis services

  • Needs of individuals recovering from a first-episode of mental illness: A qualitative descriptive analysis of focus group discussions. Davies EL, Pelentsov LJ, Hooper KJ et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-10 Read article*
  • Cost-effectiveness of early intervention in psychosis: Systematic review. Aceituno D, Vera N, Prina AM et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 215(1):388-394 Read article*
  • The impact of exercise training complementary to early intervention in patients with first-episode psychosis: A qualitative sub-study from a randomized controlled feasibility trial. Larsen LQ, Schnor H, Tersbøl BP et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):192 Read article
  • Using fidelity measurement to assess quality of early psychosis intervention services in Ontario. Selick A, Langill G, Cheng C et al. Psychiatric Services:appi.ps.201800581 Read article*

 

Eating disorders

  • A biopsychosocial proposal to progress the field of anorexia nervosa. Phillipou A, Musić S, Lee Rossell S. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 0(0):0004867419849487 Read article [SVHM authors]
  • “We don’t really know what else we can do”: Parent experiences when adolescent distress persists after the Maudsley and family-based therapies for anorexia nervosa. Wufong E, Rhodes P, Conti J. Journal of Eating Disorders, 2019, 7(1):5 Read article
  • Disappearing in a female world: Men’s experiences of having an eating disorder (ED) and how it impacts their lives. Lyons G, McAndrew S, Warne T. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-10 Read article*

 

eHealth

  • User engagement in mental health apps: A review of measurement, reporting, and validity. Ng M, Firth J, Minen M et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(7):538-544 Read article*
  • Internet-based interventions to support recovery and self-management: A scoping review of their use by mental health service users and providers together. Williams A, Farhall J, Fossey E et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):191 Read article

 

Families and carers

  • Delivering family psychoeducation at the mental health acute inpatient service: A practitioner narrative. Nolan M, Petrakis M. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 26(3-4):101-107 Read article [SVHM authors]
  • Effectiveness of family intervention for preventing relapse in first-episode psychosis until 24 months of follow-up: A systematic review with meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Camacho-Gomez M, Castellvi P. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2019 Read article
  • Support interventions for family members of adults with mental illness: A narrative literature review. Ewertzon M, Hanson E. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-13 Read article*
  • Predictors of burden in Australian mental health caregivers: A cross-sectional survey. Stomski NJ, Morrison P. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-6 Read article*
  • Caregiver distress in schizophrenia and mood disorders: The role of illness-related stressors and caregiver-related factors. Hegde A, Chakrabarti S, Grover S. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 73(1):64-72 Read article*
  • Sense of solidarity among parents of sons or daughters who have attempted suicide: An in-depth interview study. Nygaard L, Fleischer E, Buus N. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 40(2):133-139 Read article*

 

Inpatient and acute care

  • Embedding recovery to transform inpatient mental health care: The 333 model. Ray M, Lombardo C, Syed Z et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(6):465-473 Read article*
  • Experiences of in-patient mental health services: Systematic review. Staniszewska S, Mockford C, Chadburn G et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(6):329-338 Read article*
  • Sexual safety for in-patient mental health care—the democratic diagnosis of change. Page S, Carr T, Forsyth S et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-8 Read article*
  • Critical periods for increased mortality after discharge from inpatient mental health units: Opportunities for prevention. Katz I, Peltzman T, Jedele J et al. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(6):450-456 Read article*
  • Person-centered psychiatric nursing interventions in acute care settings. Thomson AE, Racher F, Clements K. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-8 Read article*
  • Recovery-focused mental health care planning and co-ordination in acute inpatient mental health settings: A cross national comparative mixed methods study. Coffey M, Hannigan B, Barlow S et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):115 Read article
  • Mental health recovery through "art therapy": A pilot study in Portuguese acute inpatient setting. Laranjeira C, Campos C, Bessa A et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 40(5):399-404 Read article*

 

LGBTIQ+

  • Heteronormative models of health-care delivery: Investigating staff knowledge and confidence to meet the needs of LGBTIQ+ people. Kilicaslan J, Petrakis M. Social Work in Health Care, 2019, 58(6):612-632 Read article* [SVHM authors]

 

Medication

  • From failing meds to the ones that worked. Ruoss BS. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2018, 45(2):271-271 Read article*
  • Optimal dose of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, venlafaxine, and mirtazapine in major depression: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis. Furukawa TA, Cipriani A, Cowen PJ et al. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2019, 6(7):601-609 Read article*
  • Adverse effects of pharmacologic treatments of major depression in older adults. Sobieraj DM, Martinez BK, Hernandez AV et al. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society,  Read article
  • Mood stabilisers and risk of stroke in bipolar disorder. Chen P-H, Tsai S-Y, Pan C-H et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 215(1):409-414 Read article*
  • Lithium can cause hyperthyroidism as well as hypothyroidism: A systematic review of an under-recognised association. Fairbrother F, Petzl N, Scott JG et al. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(5):384-402 Read article*
  • Antipsychotic treatment – a systematic literature review and meta-analysis of qualitative studies. Bjornestad J, Lavik KO, Davidson L et al. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-11 Read article*
  • Antipsychotic drug use and risk of stroke and myocardial infarction: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Zivkovic S, Koh CH, Kaza N et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):189 Read article

 

Palliative care approach

  • Acceptability of palliative care approaches for patients with severe and persistent mental illness: A survey of psychiatrists in Switzerland. Trachsel M, Hodel MA, Irwin SA et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):111 Read article

 

Peer work

  • Peer mentoring for eating disorders: Results from the evaluation of a pilot program. Beveridge J, Phillipou A, Jenkins Z, Newton R, Brennan L, Hanly F, Torrens-Witherow B, Warren N, Edwards K, Castle D. Journal of Eating Disorders, 2019, 7(1):13 Read article [SVHM authors]
  • Beneficial effects of peer support in psychiatric hospitals. A critical reflection on the results of a qualitative interview and focus group study. Otte I, Werning A, Nossek A et al. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-7 Read article*
  • "Quitlink"-a randomized controlled trial of peer worker facilitated quitline support for smokers receiving mental health services: Study protocol. Baker AL, Borland R, Bonevski B, Segan C, Turner A, Brophy L, McCarter K, Kelly PJ, Williams JM, Baird D, Attia J, Sweeney R, White SL, Filia S, Castle D. Front Psychiatry, 2019, 10:124 Read article* [SVHM authors]

 

Personality disorders

  • Mental health services, care provision, and professional support for people diagnosed with borderline personality disorder: Systematic review of service-user, family, and carer perspectives. Lamont E, Dickens GL. Journal of Mental Health, 2019:1-15 Read article*

 

Physical health interventions

  • The effectiveness of health behavior change interventions in managing physical health in people with a psychotic illness: A systematic review. Mazoruk S, Meyrick J, Taousi Z et al. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, Read article*
  • Developing an evidence-based specialist nursing role to improve the physical health care of people with mental illness.  Happell B, Platania-Phung C, Watkins A et al. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019:1-7 Read article*
  • Mental health care professionals' accounts of actions and responsibilities related to managing physical health among people with severe mental illness. Lerbæk B, Jørgensen R, Aagaard J et al. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 2019, 33(2):174-181 Read article*

 

Psychosocial interventions

  • Self-management interventions for people with severe mental illness: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Lean M, Fornells-Ambrojo M, Milton A et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(5):260-268 Read article
  • An evaluation of large group cognitive behaviour therapy with mindfulness (CBTM) classes. Thakur VK, Wong JY, Randall JR et al. BMC Psychiatry, 2019, 19(1):132 Read article
  • A turning point towards recovery: An interview study with participants in the culture and health programme for clients with long-term mental health disorders in Sweden. Wästberg BA, Sandström B, Pooremamali P. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2019, 40(5):373-381 Read article*

 

Religion and spirituality

  • Psychiatrists, spirituality and religion. Poole R, Cook CCH, Higgo R. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(4):181-182 Read article*
  • Approaching religiously reinforced mental health stigma: A conceptual framework. Peteet J. Psychiatric Services:appi.ps.201900005 Read article*

 

Suicide prevention

  • A systematic review of efficacy of collaborative assessment and management of suicidality (CAMS) in managing suicide risk and deliberate self-harm in adult populations. Hanratty D, Kilicaslan J, Wilding H, Castle D. Australasian Psychiatry, 2019, 0(0):1039856219848832 Read article*  [SVHM authors]
  • Lack of impact of past efforts to prevent suicide in Australia: Please explain. Jorm AF. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 53(5):379-380 Read article*
  • Reduction of postdischarge suicidal behavior among adolescents through a telephone-based intervention. Rengasamy M, Sparks G. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(7):545-552 Read article*
  • The effectiveness of psychoanalytic/psychodynamic psychotherapy for reducing suicide attempts and self-harm: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Briggs S, Netuveli G, Gould N et al. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 2019, 214(6):320-328 Read article*

 

Trauma

  • Prevalence of trauma in an Australian inner city mental health service consumer population. Phipps M, Molloy L, Visentin D. Community Mental Health Journal, 2019, 55(3):487-492 Read article*

Helen Wilding

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