Affiliation: University College London
- Clinical and cost effectiveness of staff training in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for treating challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disability: a cluster randomised controlled trialAngela Hassiotis
UCL Division of Psychiatry, Charles Bell House, 67 73 Riding House Street, London, W1W 7EY, UK
BMC Psychiatry 14:219. 2014..This study aims to investigate whether professionals training in the delivery of PBS as part of routine practice is clinically and cost effective compared to treatment as usual in community intellectual disability services...
- Toward onset prevention of cognitive decline in adults with Down syndrome (the TOP-COG study): study protocol for a randomized controlled trialSally Ann Cooper
Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Mental Health and Wellbeing Unit, Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Administrative Building, 1055, Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 0XH, UK
Trials 15:202. 2014..In this study we study aim to inform the design of a full-scale primary prevention trial...
- Manualised Individual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for mood disorders in people with mild to moderate intellectual disability: a feasibility randomised controlled trialAngela Hassiotis
UCL Mental Health Sciences Unit, 1st Floor, Charles Bell House, 67 73 Riding House Street, London W1W 7EJ, UK
J Affect Disord 151:186-95. 2013..Our aim was to explore these issues in a feasibility study of Manualised Individual Cognitive Behaviour Treatment (M-iCBT) compared to the treatment as usual alone (TAU)...
- Brief report: impact of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) on carer burden and community participation in challenging behaviour: results from a randomised controlled trialA Hassiotis
University College London, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 56:285-90. 2012..Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) reduces challenging behaviour in people with intellectual disability. There is interest, however, in whether such interventions reduce carer burden and increase community participation in this group...
- Mental health needs in adolescents with intellectual disabilities: cross-sectional survey of a service sampleA Hassiotis
Department of Mental Health Sciences, London, UK
J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 25:252-61. 2012..We have investigated the prevalence and predictors of mental health needs and service use in adolescents with intellectual disabilities...
- Prevalence and predictors of suicidal behaviour in a sample of adults with estimated borderline intellectual functioning: results from a population surveyA Hassiotis
Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London Medical School, Charles Bell House, 67 73 Riding House Street, London W1W 7EY, United Kingdom
J Affect Disord 129:380-4. 2011..We aimed to investigate, for the first time, rates of suicidal behaviour (ideation and acts) in people with borderline intellectual functioning in a general population sample, and to compare these to rates in people with normal functioning...
- Applied behaviour analysis and standard treatment in intellectual disability: 2-year outcomesAngela Hassiotis
Research Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London, UK
Br J Psychiatry 198:490-1. 2011..After adjustment for baseline covariates there was no significant difference in costs between the trial arms...
- Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for anxiety and depression in adults with mild intellectual disabilities (ID): a pilot randomised controlled trialAngela Hassiotis
Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College Medical School, Charles Bell House, 67 73 Riding House Street, London W1W 7EY, UK
Trials 12:95. 2011..The data will inform the power calculation and other aspects of carrying out a definitive randomised controlled trial...
- Psychiatric morbidity in prisoners with intellectual disabilities: analysis of prison survey data for England and WalesAngela Hassiotis
Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London Medical School, Charles Bell House, 67 73 Riding House Street, London W1W 7EY, UK
Br J Psychiatry 199:156-7. 2011..It is important to identify this group as early as possible in order to provide timely interventions to cope in adverse environments and manage substance misuse...
- Randomized, single-blind, controlled trial of a specialist behavior therapy team for challenging behavior in adults with intellectual disabilitiesAngela Hassiotis
Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London Medical School, UK
Am J Psychiatry 166:1278-85. 2009..This study was designed to examine the effectiveness and costs associated with treatment by a specialist behavior therapy team...
- Prevalence and characteristics of patients with severe mental illness and borderline intellectual functioning. Report from the UK700 randomised controlled trial of case managementA Hassiotis
Academic Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, University College, London
Br J Psychiatry 175:135-40. 1999..Low cognitive ability and developmental delays have been implicated in the causation of mental illness...
- Intellectual functioning and outcome of patients with severe psychotic illness randomised to intensive case management. Report from the UK700 trialA Hassiotis
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, RF and UCMS, Wolfson Building, 48 Riding House Street, London W1N AA, UK
Br J Psychiatry 178:166-71. 2001..Little research has been carried out on the benefits of intensive case management (ICM) for people with borderline IQ and severe mental illness...
- Psychiatric morbidity and social functioning among adults with borderline intelligence living in private householdsA Hassiotis
UCL, Department of Mental Health Sciences, Bloomsbury Campus, Charles Bell House, London, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 52:95-106. 2008..Approximately one-eighth of the population will have DSM-IV borderline intelligence. Various mental disorders and social disability are associated with it...
- A memory clinic for older people with intellectual disabilitiesA Hassiotis
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University College London UCL, London W1N 8AA, UK
Aging Ment Health 7:418-23. 2003..Such projects are in line with current UK government policies and can contribute to the improvement of standards of care and support research in this vulnerable group of people...
- Working across boundaries: clinical outcomes for an integrated mental health service for people with intellectual disabilitiesI Hall
Islington Learning Disabilities Partnership, London, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 50:598-607. 2006..We aimed to show whether the service model brought about improvements in people's mental state and level of functioning...
- The relationship between happiness and intelligent quotient: the contribution of socio-economic and clinical factorsA Ali
Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College London, Charles Bell House, London, UK
Psychol Med 43:1303-12. 2013..Happiness was measured using a validated question on a three-point scale. Verbal IQ was estimated using the National Adult Reading Test and both categorical and continuous IQ was analysed...
- The relationship of dementia prevalence in older adults with intellectual disability (ID) to age and severity of IDA Strydom
Department of Mental Health Sciences, Royal Free and University College Medical School, UCL, London, UK
Psychol Med 39:13-21. 2009....
- Prevalence of dementia in intellectual disability using different diagnostic criteriaA Strydom
Department of Mental Health Sciences, Royal Free and University College Medical School, UCL Hampstead Campus, London NW3 2PF, UK
Br J Psychiatry 191:150-7. 2007..Diagnosis of dementia is complex in adults with intellectual disability owing to their pre-existing deficits and different presentation...
- What to tell and how to tell: a qualitative study of information sharing in research for adults with intellectual disabilityD Andre-Barron
Department of Mental Health Sciences, Royal Free and University College London Medical School, Charles Bell House, 67 Riding House Street, London WIW 7EY, UK
J Med Ethics 34:501-6. 2008..To explore opinions and attitudes regarding the current information-giving practices in research involving adults with intellectual disabilities...
- Diagnostic instruments for dementia in older people with intellectual disability in clinical practiceA Strydom
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University College London, London, UK
Aging Ment Health 7:431-7. 2003..The Test for Severe Impairment and Severe Impairment Battery are two direct assessment tools that show promise as screening instruments, but need further evaluation...
- Out-of-area provision for adults with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour in England: policy perspectives and clinical realityD Andrea Barron
Research Department of Mental Health Sciences, University College London, London, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 55:832-43. 2011..This paper reports on current evidence relating to such placements and uses a scoping review across five London boroughs to illustrate key issues on provider characteristics and aspects of good practice...
- Big brother is watching you--the ethical implications of electronic surveillance measures in the elderly with dementia and in adults with learning difficultiesS Welsh
Department of Psychiatry, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, UK
Aging Ment Health 7:372-5. 2003..Rather it is the use (in this instance that of health and social care settings) to which it is put which has the potential for good or bad...
- Offenders with intellectual disability: the size of the problem and therapeutic outcomesP Barron
Care Principles, Cedar House, Canterbury, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 46:454-63. 2002..Offenders with ID are a group with complex needs who may pose a recurrent risk to the public. Despite the significant number of offenders with ID, there is limited evidence on treatment effectiveness and outcomes...
- Offenders with intellectual disability: a prospective comparative studyP Barron
Care Principles Limited, Linden House, Market Weighton, East Yorkshire YO43 4LA, UK
J Intellect Disabil Res 48:69-76. 2004..Intellectually disabled offenders (IDO) are a poorly served and under-recognized group, who are likely to require long-term specialist treatments and interventions...