The articles in this issue illustrate that different manifestations of SUDs (substance use disorders ) may present and need to be considered, recognised and managed, in all branches of psychiatry.
Eating Disorders and Obesity
Articles in this issue show the investigation of eating disorders and obesity is a fast-moving field of research where significant progress has been made in recent years. Although the challenge of a considerable unmet need remains, an increasing emphasis on a multidisciplinary approach to the study of eating disorders and obesity and co-morbid psychiatric disorders, including depression, schizophrenia and ADHD is likely to identify improved therapies for patients.
PTSD: the need to use emerging knowledge to improve systems of care and clinical practice in Australia
Several articles in this issue look at different, new ways of treating PTSD.
An article in the Journal of Aging and Health titled “Do Worries About Cognitive Functioning and Concerns About Developing Alzheimer’s Disease Affect Psychological Well-Being?” won an award for research results from the Romanian Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation.
A latent class analysis of psychotic symptoms in the general population by Baptiste Pignon, Hugo Peyre, Andrei Szöke, Pierre A Geoffroy, Benjamin Rolland, Renaud Jardri, Pierre Thomas, Guillaume Vaiva, Jean-Luc Roelandt, Imane Benradia, Hélène Behal, Franck Schürhoff and Ali Amad
The concept of chronotypes and its clinical importance for depressive disorders by Matthias J Müller and Anja Haag
Early-onset schizophrenia: Symptoms and social class of origin by Bernard J Gallagher III and Brian J Jones
Embedding exercise interventions as routine mental health care: implementation strategies in residential, inpatient and community settings by Oscar Lederman, Shuichi Suetani, Robert Stanton, Justin Chapman, Nicole Korman, Simon Rosenbaum, Philip B Ward and Dan Siskind
Perspectives on the Pharmacological Treatment of Heroin Addiction by Alyson J Bond and John Witton
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