Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Partial reinforcement of avoidance and resistance to extinction in humans. Behaviour Research and Therapy 96, 79-89.
  2. & Newspaper Reporting on a Cluster of Suicides in the UK. Crisis 38(1), 17-25.
  3. & Case-finding for common mental disorders of anxiety and depression in primary care: an external validation of routinely collected data. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 16(1)
  4. & Recent trends in primary-care antidepressant prescribing to children and young people: an e-cohort study. Psychological Medicine 46(16), 3315-3327.
  5. & Recent trends in the incidence of anxiety and prescription of anxiolytics and hypnotics in children and young people: An e-cohort study. Journal of Affective Disorders 183, 134-141.
  6. & A national population-based e-cohort of people with psychosis (PsyCymru) linking prospectively ascertained phenotypically rich and genetic data to routinely collected records: Overview, recruitment and linkage. Schizophrenia Research 166(1-3), 131-136.
  7. & Effect of neighbourhood deprivation and social cohesion on mental health inequality: a multilevel population-based longitudinal study.. Psychological Medicine 22, 1-12.
  8. & PRINTQUAL – A Measure for Assessing the Quality of Newspaper Reporting of Suicide. Crisis 35(6), 431-435.
  9. & Suicide Information Database-Cymru: a protocol for a population-based, routinely collected data linkage study to explore risks and patterns of healthcare contact prior to suicide to identify opportunities for intervention. BMJ Open 4(11), e006780
  10. & Folate Augmentation of Treatment – Evaluation for Depression (FolATED): randomised trial and economic evaluation. Health Technology Assessment 18(48), 1-160.
  11. Effect of neighbourhood deprivation and social cohesion on mental health inequality: a multilevel population-based longitudinal study. Psychological medicine 44
  12. & Cohort Profile: The Caerphilly Health and Social Needs Electronic Cohort Study (E-CATALyST). International Journal of Epidemiology 42(6), 1620-1628.
  13. & High-risk occupations for suicide. Psychological Medicine 43(06), 1231-1240.
  14. & Identifying probable suicide clusters in wales using national mortality data. PLoS1 8(8)
  15. & Using Anonymized, Routinely Collected Health Data in Wales to Estimate the Incidence of Depression After Burn Injury.. Journal of burn care & research: official publication of the American Burn Association
  16. & The health informatics cohort enhancement project (HICE): using routinely collected primary care data to identify people with a lifetime diagnosis of psychotic disorder.. BMC Research Notes 5(95)
  17. The Caerphilly Health and Social Needs electronic cohort study (E-CATALYsT).. International Journal of Epidemiology
  18. & Schizophrenia: Patients' research priorities get funded. Nature 487(7408), 432-432.
  19. & Democratizing clinical research. Nature 474(7351), 277-278.
  20. & Prevalence, characteristics and comorbidities of anxiety disorders in France: Results from the “Mental Health in General Population” Survey (MHGP). European Psychiatry 26(6), 339-345.
  21. & Democratising clinical research. Nature 474, 277-278.
  22. & Recognising and responding to a suicidal crisis within the family and social network: a qualitative study. British Medical Journal 343, d5801
  23. & Prevalence, Characteristics and Comorbidities of Anxiety Disorders in France: Results from the ¡°Mental Health in General Population¡±. European Psychiatry 26, 339-345.
  24. & The prescribed duration algorithm: utilising "free text" from multiple primary care electronic systems. Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety 19, 983¨C989
  25. & Switching stable patients with schizophrenia from depot and oral antipsychotics to long-acting injectable risperidone: efficacy, quality of life and functional outcome. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 25(3), 243-252.
  26. & The prescribed duration algorithm: utilising ‘free text’ from multiple primary care electronic systems. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 19(9), 983-989.
  27. & Public involvement in suicide prevention: understanding and strengthening lay responses to distress. BMC Public Health 9(1)
  28. & Analysis of clinical uncertainties by health professionals and patients: an example from mental health journal. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak 10, 9-34.
  29. Common mental disorders among black and minority ethnic groups in the UK. Psychiatry 8, 342-346.
  30. & Evaluating cutpoints for the MHI-5 and MCS using the GHQ-12: a comparison of five different methods. BMC Psychiatry 8(1), 10doi:10.1186/1471-244X.
  31. Tales of biographical disintegration: how parents make sense of their sons' suicides. , 237-254.
  32. & Impact of risperidone long acting injection on resource utilization in secondary care. Journal of Psychopharmacology 22, 128-131.
  33. & Associations between individual mental health and the local social environment: A multilevel analysis. European Psychiatry 23, S273-S274.
  34. & Impact of risperidone long acting injection on resource utilization in psychiatric secondary care. Journal of Psychopharmacology 22(2), 128-131.
  35. & Associations between common mental disorders and the Mental Illness Needs Index in community settings: Multilevel analysis. The British Journal of Psychiatry 191(2), 158-163.
  36. & Does social cohesion modify the association between area income deprivation and mental health? A multilevel analysis. International Journal of Epidemiology 36(2), 338-345.
  37. & Folate Augmentation of Treatment – Evaluation for Depression (FolATED): protocol of a randomised controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry 7(1)
  38. & Places, people and mental health: A multilevel analysis of economic inactivity. Social Science & Medicine 64(3), 633-645.
  39. & Direct transition to long-acting risperidone - analysis of long-term efficacy. Journal of Psychopharmacology 19(5 suppl), 15-21.
  40. & Psychotic symptoms in the general population of England. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 40(5), 375-381.
  41. & Common mental disorders and ethnicity in England: the EMPIRIC Study. Psychological Medicine 34(08), 1543