James D Livingston
Affiliation: British Columbia
- Improving care and wellness in bipolar disorder: origins, evolution and future directions of a collaborative knowledge exchange networkErin E Michalak
Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, 2255 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 2A1, Canada
Int J Ment Health Syst 6:16. 2012....
- A follow-up study of persons found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder in British ColumbiaJames D Livingston
Research Department, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, 70 Colony Farm Road, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 5X9
Can J Psychiatry 48:408-15. 2003....
- The effectiveness of interventions for reducing stigma related to substance use disorders: a systematic reviewJames D Livingston
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Addiction 107:39-50. 2012..This study provides a systematic review of existing research that has empirically evaluated interventions designed to reduce stigma related to substance use disorders...
- 'Forensic' labelling: an empirical assessment of its effects on self-stigma for people with severe mental illnessJames D Livingston
BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, Provincial Health Services Authority, British Columbia, Canada
Psychiatry Res 188:115-22. 2011..Together, these findings reveal some of the strengths and weaknesses that are associated with organizing forensic mental health services using a specialized service delivery model...
- The impact of realigning a tertiary psychiatric hospital in British Columbia on other institutional sectorsJames D Livingston
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, 70 Colony Farm Rd, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia V3C 5X9, Canada
Psychiatr Serv 62:200-5. 2011....
- Correlates and consequences of internalized stigma for people living with mental illness: a systematic review and meta-analysisJames D Livingston
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, British Columbia, Canada
Soc Sci Med 71:2150-61. 2010..The study also highlights the need for greater attention on disentangling the true nature of the relationship between internalized stigma and other psychosocial variables...
- A narrative review of the effectiveness of aggression management training programs for psychiatric hospital staffJames D Livingston
School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
J Forensic Nurs 6:15-28. 2010....
- A statistical survey of Canadian forensic mental health inpatient programsJames D Livingston
School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, BC
Healthc Q 9:56-61. 2006..The results of the present study confirm that interprovincial differences in the structure and organization of FMH inpatient programs exist in Canada...
- Using social bonding theory to examine 'recovery' in a forensic mental health hospital: A qualitative studyAlicia Nijdam-Jones
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Crim Behav Ment Health 25:157-68. 2015..Hirschi's social bonding theory posits that an individual's attachment to others, belief in social norms, and their commitment and involvement in conventional activities are the major contributors to normalising social behaviour...
- What influences perceptions of procedural justice among people with mental illness regarding their interactions with the police?James D Livingston
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, 70 Colony Farm Road, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, V3C5X9, Canada
Community Ment Health J 50:281-7. 2014..Implications of these findings for improving interactions between the police and people with mental illness are discussed. ..
- Supporting recovery by improving patient engagement in a forensic mental health hospital: results from a demonstration projectJames D Livingston
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
J Am Psychiatr Nurses Assoc 19:132-45. 2013..Mental health services are shifting toward approaches that promote patients' choices and acknowledge the value of their lived experiences...
- Persons found 'not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder': a comparison of British Columbia, Canada and Hunan, ChinaXiaoping Wang
Mental Health Institute of the 2nd Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China
Forensic Sci Int 164:93-7. 2006..The Chinese cohort had higher levels of murder and attempted murder index offences. Differences between the two cohorts can be explained in terms of legislative and cultural differences...