Ian F Brockington
Affiliation: University of Birmingham
- The Postpartum Bonding Questionnaire: a validationI F Brockington
The University of Birmingham, Bredenbury, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:233-42. 2006..These new cut-off points would need validation in another sample...
- Severe disorders of the mother-infant relationship: definitions and frequencyI F Brockington
University of Birmingham, Bredenbury, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:243-51. 2006..6% threatened rejection of their infants. 28.6% had various degrees of pathological anger, which was severe in 8.3%. Rejection was strongly associated with unwanted pregnancy and lack of interaction with the foetus...
- Early postpartum syncope, delirium and stuporI Brockington
Lower Brockington Farm, Bredenbury, Bromyard, Herefordshire, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:347-8. 2006
- The present importance of the organic psychoses of pregnancy, parturition and the puerperiumI F Brockington
Lower Brockington Farm, Bredenbury, Herefordshire, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:305-6. 2007
- Menstrual psychosis: a bipolar disorder with a link to the hypothalamusIan F Brockington
University of Birmingham, Lower Brockington Farm, Bredenbury, Bromyard, Herefordshire, United Kingdom
Curr Psychiatry Rep 13:193-7. 2011..This, and the occurrence of episodes before the menarche, suggests that the interaction between the bipolar diathesis and menstruation is in the hypothalamus...
- Suicide in womenL Brockington
Professor of Psychiatry, University of Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital, UK
Int Clin Psychopharmacol 16:S7-19. 2001..More research is required, especially from developing nations...
- Postpartum psychoses due to other diseases with a specific link to childbirthI F Brockington
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:241-2. 2007
- Cerebral vascular disease as a cause of postpartum psychosisI F Brockington
Bredenbury, Herefordshire, U K
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:177-8. 2007
- Infective deliriumI F Brockington
Bredenbury, Herefordshire, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:129-30. 2007
- Eclamptic psychosisI F Brockington
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:87-8. 2007
- Parturient delirium and stuporI Brockington
Arch Womens Ment Health 10:33-4. 2007
- Anxiety, obsessions and morbid preoccupations in pregnancy and the puerperiumI F Brockington
University of Birmingham, Bredenbury, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:253-63. 2006..Patients with "postpartum depression" usually had at least one other (co-morbid) disorder, and 27% had two or more. These findings emphasize the diversity of postpartum psychiatric illness...
- Psychosis complicating Chorea gravidarumI Brockington
Lower Brockington Farm, Bredenbury, Bromyard, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:113-4. 2006
- Wernicke-Korsakoff syndromeI Brockington
The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 9:58-9. 2006
- Post-abortion psychosisI F Brockington
The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 8:53-4. 2005
- Postpartum psychiatric disordersIan Brockington
University of Birmingham, UK
Lancet 363:303-10. 2004..Owing to its complexity, multidisciplinary specialist teams have an important place in postpartum psychiatry...
- Maternal rejection of the young child: present status of the clinical syndromeIan Brockington
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Psychopathology 44:329-36. 2011..Diagnosis, therapy and research have been hampered by the lack of recognition of this clinical syndrome in the classifications. The imminent revision of these classificatory systems must include them...
- Obstetric variables associated with bipolar affective puerperal psychosisEmma Robertson Blackmore
Neuropsychiatric Genetics Unit, Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Cardiff, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4XN, Wales, UK
Br J Psychiatry 188:32-6. 2006..These include: (a) primiparity, (b) pregnancy complications, (c) delivery complications, (d) Caesarean section, (e) female baby and (f) shorter gestation period...
- Recruitment into psychiatryIan Brockington
University of Birmingham
Br J Psychiatry 180:307-12. 2002..Despite improvements in psychiatric teaching, British medical schools have never produced enough graduands aiming for psychiatry...