Affiliation: University of Liverpool
- The effects on suicide rates of an educational intervention for front-line health professionals with suicidal patients (the STORM Project)Richard Morriss
University of Liverpool, Division of Psychiatry, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Prescot Street, Liverpool L69 3GA, UK
Psychol Med 35:957-60. 2005....
- Metabolism, lifestyle and bipolar affective disorderRichard Morriss
Division of Psychiatry, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
J Psychopharmacol 19:94-101. 2005..There is insufficient evidence to associate any of these factors with specific drug treatments. More research is required to understand how BD changes the risk for physical health comorbidity...
- Cluster randomised controlled trial of training practices in reattribution for medically unexplained symptomsRichard Morriss
Division of Psychiatry, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, South Block, A Floor, Queen s Medical School, Nottingham, NG7 2UH, UK
Br J Psychiatry 191:536-42. 2007..Reattribution is frequently taught to general practitioners (GPs) as a structured consultation that provides a psychological explanation for medically unexplained symptoms...
- Why do general practitioners decline training to improve management of medically unexplained symptoms?Peter Salmon
Division of Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, UK
J Gen Intern Med 22:565-71. 2007..Several reports indicate that GPs have negative attitudes about patients with MUS. If these attitudes deter participation in training or other methods to improve communication, practitioners who most need help will not receive it...
- Peering through the barriers in GPs' explanations for declining to participate in research: the role of professional autonomy and the economy of timePeter Salmon
Division of Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool, Whelan Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L69 3GB, UK
Fam Pract 24:269-75. 2007..Previous reports of the reasons why practitioners decline opportunities for research participation have tended to recount the barriers that they describe as if they are objective accounts...
- Evaluating STORM skills training for managing people at risk of suicideLinda Gask
Division of Psychiatry, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
J Adv Nurs 54:739-50. 2006..This paper reports a study evaluating the Skills Training On Risk Management (STORM) training initiative in three mental health services in the North-West of England, UK...
- Self-harm in postpartum depression and referrals to a perinatal mental health team: an audit studyChristine Healey
University of Liverpool, Waterhouse Building, Block B, 2nd Floor, Liverpool, UK
Arch Womens Ment Health 16:237-45. 2013..Attempted suicide in the subgroup of 73 women with previous PPD ranged from 24-49 %. The findings from this audit suggest that self-harm in PPD warrants further investigation...
- Implementing clinical guidelines for bipolar disorderRichard Morriss
Division of Psychiatry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Psychol Psychother 81:437-58. 2008..To critically review the evidence concerning the implementation of clinical guidelines for bipolar disorder...
- Turning theory into practice: rationale, feasibility and external validity of an exploratory randomized controlled trial of training family practitioners in reattribution to manage patients with medically unexplained symptoms (the MUST)Richard Morriss
Division of Psychiatry, School of Behavioural, Community and Population Science, University of Liverpool, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, L69 3GA Liverpool, UK
Gen Hosp Psychiatry 28:343-51. 2006..The evidence for the effectiveness of reattribution training are limited, and optimal service delivery is not yet established...
- Reasons for substance use in dual diagnosis bipolar disorder and substance use disorders: a qualitative studyChristine Healey
Division of Psychiatry, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
J Affect Disord 113:118-26. 2009..We explored the reasons patients give for misusing drugs and alcohol and how these relate to their illness course...
- Specific psychosocial interventions for somatizing patients by the general practitioner: a randomised controlled trialRichard Morriss
Department of Psychiatry, Royal Liverpool Hospital, University of Liverpool, Prescot Street, Liverpool L69 3GA, UK
J Psychosom Res 57:515-6. 2004
- Involving relatives in relapse prevention for bipolar disorder: a multi-perspective qualitative study of value and barriersSarah Peters
School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
BMC Psychiatry 11:172. 2011..This study explored the value and barriers of involving relatives in relapse prevention from the perspectives of service users, relatives and care-coordinators...
- Clinical importance of inter-episode symptoms in patients with bipolar affective disorderRichard Morriss
University of Liverpool, Department of Psychiatry, Royal Liverpool Hospital, UK
J Affect Disord 72:S3-13. 2002..Finally, the mechanism by which inter-episode symptoms might lead to relapse, or even lead directly to functional impairment, awaits convincing explanation and empirical support...
- Bipolar affective disorder-left out in the cold. Too late for the national service framework but local initiatives may be possibleRichard Morriss
BMJ 324:61-2. 2002
- Bipolar affective disorder. Suicide statistics were misleadingThomas J P Verberne
BMJ 324:976; author reply 976. 2002
- Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal stress axis function and the relationship with chronic widespread pain and its antecedentsJohn McBeth
Arthritis Research Campaign ARC Epidemiology Unit, School of Epidemiology and Health Sciences, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Arthritis Res Ther 7:R992-R1000. 2005....