Carsten Rygaard Hjorthøj
Affiliation: Copenhagen University Hospital
- Intervention Efficacy in Trials Targeting Cannabis Use Disorders in Patients with Comorbid Psychosis Systematic Review and Meta-analysisCarsten Rygaard Hjorthoj
Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Bispebjerg Bakke 23, DK 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark
Curr Pharm Des 20:2205-11. 2014..Larger trials may be better at establishing effects on positive symptoms. Conclusion: Psychosocial interventions appear moderately efficacious in reducing quantity of cannabis-use and positive symptoms. ..
- Psychiatric treatment following participation in the CapOpus randomized trial for patients with comorbid cannabis use disorder and psychosisCarsten Rygaard Hjorthøj
Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Bispebjerg Bakke 23, DK 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark Electronic address
Schizophr Res 151:191-6. 2013..One of the largest such trials was the CapOpus trial, which had an impact on the number of monthly joints used, but not on the number of days with cannabis use or positive or negative symptoms...
- Specialized psychosocial treatment plus treatment as usual (TAU) versus TAU for patients with cannabis use disorder and psychosis: the CapOpus randomized trialC R Hjorthøj
Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Research Unit, Copenhagen NV, Denmark
Psychol Med 43:1499-510. 2013..CapOpus consisted mainly of motivational interviewing and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT). TAU was targeted primarily at the psychotic disorder. The primary outcome was self-reported days with cannabis use in the preceding month...
- Test-retest reliability of the Danish Adult Reading Test in patients with comorbid psychosis and cannabis-use disorderCarsten Rygaard Hjorthøj
Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Bispebjerg Bakke 23, 2400 Copenhagen NV, Denmark
Nord J Psychiatry 67:159-63. 2013..Furthermore, test-retest reliability of the Danish adaptation has never been established in any population...
- Validity of Timeline Follow-Back for self-reported use of cannabis and other illicit substances--systematic review and meta-analysisCarsten Rygaard Hjorthøj
Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Bispebjerg Bakke 23, 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark
Addict Behav 37:225-33. 2012..Timeline Follow-Back (TLFB) is a widely used, calendar-based measure of self-reported use of (among other things) illicit substances. We examined agreement between TLFB and biological measures for illicit substances...
- Correlations and agreement between delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in blood plasma and timeline follow-back (TLFB)-assisted self-reported use of cannabis of patients with cannabis use disorder and psychotic illness attending the CapOpus randomized clinCarsten Rygaard Hjorthøj
Mental Health Centre Copenhagen and Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen NV, Denmark
Addiction 107:1123-31. 2012..To assess correlations and agreement between timeline follow-back (TLFB)-assisted self-report and blood samples for cannabis use...
- Health care use by patients with somatoform disorders: a register-based follow-up studyNadia Lyhne Trærup Andersen
Mental Health Center Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark
Psychosomatics 54:132-41. 2013..We conducted a register-based case-control study to investigate medical care use prior to and three years after diagnosis in patients with somatoform disorders...
- Suicide and unintentional injury mortality among homeless people: a Danish nationwide register-based cohort studySandra Feodor Nilsson
1 Copenhagen University Hospital, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Eur J Public Health 24:50-6. 2014..Homeless people have elevated mortality, especially due to external causes. We aimed to examine suicide and unintentional injury mortality levels and identify predictors in the homeless population...
- Psychiatric disorders and mortality among people in homeless shelters in Denmark: a nationwide register-based cohort studySandra Feodor Nielsen
Mental Health Centre Copenhagen and Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Lancet 377:2205-14. 2011..We aimed to assess registered psychiatric disorders, mortality, and predictors of mortality in the homeless shelter population in Denmark...