Affiliation: Institute of Psychiatry
- Incidence and distribution of first-episode mania by age: results from a 35-year studyN Kennedy
Section of General Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London, UK
Psychol Med 35:855-63. 2005..Few epidemiological studies have investigated incidence by age or age at onset distributions for mania or bipolar disorder. The current study aimed to determine these in a defined area in south-east London, over a 35-year period...
- Ethnic differences in first clinical presentation of bipolar disorder: results from an epidemiological studyN Kennedy
Box 63, Section of General Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London SE5 8AF, UK
J Affect Disord 83:161-8. 2004..Although high incidence rates of mania have been described in some ethnic minority populations, little is known about any ethnic differences in the early clinical presentation of bipolar disorder...
- The impact of residual symptoms on outcome of major depressionNoel Kennedy
St Edmundsbury Hospital, Lucan, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland, United Kingdom
Curr Psychiatry Rep 7:441-6. 2005....
- Trends in cannabis use prior to first presentation with schizophrenia, in South-East London between 1965 and 1999J Boydell
Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
Psychol Med 36:1441-6. 2006....
- Clinical features and management of gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) withdrawal: a reviewMichael McDonough
Addictions Directorate, South London and Maudsley Trust and Institute of Psychiatry, King s College, London SE5 8AF, UK
Drug Alcohol Depend 75:3-9. 2004..To examine the clinical course of gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) withdrawal and generate management guidelines...
- What's new? The clinical epidemiology of bipolar I disorderRafay Sherazi
St Patrick s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Harv Rev Psychiatry 14:273-84. 2006..Urban living and lower socioeconomic and single marital status may be risk factors for developing bipolar disorder...
- Long-term social functioning after depression treated by psychiatrists: a reviewNoel Kennedy
St Edmundsbury Hospital, Lucan, Ireland
Bipolar Disord 9:25-37. 2007..This article reviews published data on long-term social functioning after depression and considers why psychosocial recovery appears delayed compared with clinical recovery...
- Gender differences in incidence and age at onset of mania and bipolar disorder over a 35-year period in Camberwell, EnglandNoel Kennedy
Section of General Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London SE5 8AF, UK
Am J Psychiatry 162:257-62. 2005..The authors investigated gender differences in age at onset and incidence of first-episode mania and bipolar disorder in an epidemiological catchment area in southeast London over a 35-year period...
- Meta-analysis of magnetic resonance imaging brain morphometry studies in bipolar disorderColm McDonald
Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute if Psychiatry, London, United Kingdom
Biol Psychiatry 56:411-7. 2004..Our aim was to complete a meta-analysis of regional morphometry in bipolar disorder as assessed using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)...
- Suicide and other causes of mortality in bipolar disorder: a longitudinal studyRina Dutta
Division of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
Psychol Med 37:839-47. 2007..There is conflicting evidence about deaths from other causes and little known about risk factors for suicide. We aimed to estimate suicide and mortality rates in a cohort of bipolar patients and to identify risk factors for suicide...
- Longitudinal syndromal and sub-syndromal symptoms after severe depression: 10-year follow-up studyNoel Kennedy
Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
Br J Psychiatry 184:330-6. 2004..Few follow-up studies of depression have evaluated depressive symptomatology over time at both threshold and sub-threshold levels...
- Incidence of bipolar affective disorder in three UK cities: results from the AESOP studyTuhina Lloyd
Division of Psychiatry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Br J Psychiatry 186:126-31. 2005..There has been a relative dearth of epidemiological research into bipolar affective disorder. Furthermore, incidence studies of bipolar disorder have been predominantly retrospective and most only included hospital admission cases...