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Bullying, Social Support, and Psychological Distress: Findings From RELACHS Cohorts of East London's White British and Bangladeshi Adolescents.
PURPOSE: The purpose of the study is to test whether bullying in adolescents relates to poor mental health and whether social support mitigated this effect. METHODS: In 2001, 28 schools in East London were randomly selected ...
In an open publishing house not so far, far away….
SUMMARY: As BJPsych Open completes its first circle around the sun and marks its first anniversary, we share with you its strengths and advantages that underpin its success as a new journal. First and foremost, the editorial ...
Personality disorder: still the patients psychiatrists dislike?
Aims and method In 1988, Lewis and Appleby demonstrated that psychiatrists hold negative attitudes towards patients with personality disorder. We assessed the attitudes of psychiatry trainees towards patients with borderline ...
Mental illness and terrorism
Self-harm and suicidal acts: a suitable case for treatment of impulsivity-driven behaviour with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS).
SUMMARY: Suicidal thinking, self-harm and suicidal acts are common, although determining their precise prevalence is complex. Epidemiological work has identified a number of associated demographic and clinical factors, ...