Elizabeth H Flanagan
Affiliation: Yale University
- Gender bias in the diagnosis of personality disorders: the roles of base rates and social stereotypesElizabeth H Flanagan
Department of Psychology, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06520 8205, USA
J Pers Disord 17:431-46. 2003....
- An Evaluation of Racial and Ethnic Health Differences in State Mental Health Inpatient Services: 2002-2005 Versus 2010-2011Elizabeth H Flanagan
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, 319 Peck Street Building 1, New Haven, CT, 06513, USA
J Behav Health Serv Res . 2016..Targeted interventions to alleviate the remaining differences are needed...
- "Recovery Speaks": A Photovoice Intervention to Reduce Stigma Among Primary Care ProvidersElizabeth H Flanagan
The authors are with the Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut E mail
Psychiatr Serv 67:566-9. 2016..Preliminary findings are reported from a photovoice intervention, "Recovery Speaks," to reduce primary care provider stigma in regard to people with mental illness and addiction...
- Does Stigma Towards Mental Illness Affect Initial Perceptions of Peer Providers?Elizabeth Flanagan
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Yale University, 319 Peck Street, Building 1, New Haven, CT, 06513, USA
Psychiatr Q 87:203-10. 2016..These positive initial perceptions suggest that stigma towards people with mental illness does not taint the initial perception of peer providers. ..
- Considering DSM-5: the personal experience of schizophrenia in relation to the DSM-IV-TR criteriaElizabeth H Flanagan
Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut 06513, USA
Psychiatry 75:375-86. 2012..Further research is needed to establish the representativeness, reliability, and validity of the qualitative findings described here...
- Do clinicians conceptualize DSM-IV disorders hierarchically?Elizabeth Flanagan
Yale University, USA
J Clin Psychol 68:620-30. 2012..All classification systems of psychopathology use hierarchical categories. The purpose of the two studies in this article was to test whether clinicians think hierarchically about mental disorders...
- The Need for Patient-Subjective Data in the DSM and the ICDElizabeth H Flanagan
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatry 73:297-307. 2010..Diagnostic criteria that accurately reflect patients' subjective experience could also increase clinicians' ability to empathize with patients, one of the most important variables in treatment alliances...
- Passing for "normal": features that affect the community inclusion of people with mental illnessElizabeth H Flanagan
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatr Rehabil J 33:18-25. 2009....
- "Unfortunately, we treat the chart:" sources of stigma in mental health settingsElizabeth H Flanagan
Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, 319 Peck Street, Building 1, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatr Q 80:55-64. 2009..Stigma within mental health settings may be equally detrimental to people with mental illnesses as societal stigma...
- An alternative hierarchical organization of the mental disorders of the DSM-IVElizabeth H Flanagan
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University, School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
J Abnorm Psychol 117:693-8. 2008..At minimum, these data suggest a DSM organization that makes sense to clinicians...
- "Schizophrenics," "borderlines," and the lingering legacy of misplaced concreteness: an examination of the persistent misconception that the DSM classifies people instead of disordersElizabeth H Flanagan
Program for Recovery and Community Health, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine and Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatry 70:100-12. 2007..Reasons why classification systems must classify disorders instead of people, possible sources for the misconception that people are being classified, and the clinical implications of this issue are discussed...
- Do clinicians see Axis I and Axis II as different kinds of disorders?Elizabeth Flanagan
Department of Psychiatry, Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Compr Psychiatry 47:496-502. 2006..Cluster groupings were often placed with comorbid Axis I disorders. These data suggest that clinicians did not see the personality disorders as qualitatively different from the Axis I disorders...
- Learning from those we serve: Piloting a culture competence intervention co-developed by university faculty and persons in recoveryMiriam E Delphin-Rittmon
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, Yale University
Psychiatr Rehabil J 39:14-9. 2016....
- Racial-ethnic differences in access, diagnosis, and outcomes in public-sector inpatient mental health treatmentMiriam E Delphin-Rittmon
Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine
Psychol Serv 12:158-66. 2015..These findings highlight the need for policies, programs, and system interventions designed to eliminate disparities and improve the quality and cultural responsiveness of behavioral health services...
- Seven essential strategies for promoting and sustaining systemic cultural competenceMiriam E Delphin-Rittmon
Program for Recovery and Community Health, Yale University School of Medicine, 319 Peck Street, Building 1, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatr Q 84:53-64. 2013..For each strategy we offer several recommendations for implementation...
- Beliefs about essences and the reality of mental disordersWoo kyoung Ahn
Yale University, CT 06520, USA
Psychol Sci 17:759-66. 2006..Clinicians were polarized on their views about whether mental disorders are categorical or dimensional. These findings reflect current controversies about mental disorders in the field at large...
- Gender acts as a context for interpreting diagnostic criteriaElizabeth H Flanagan
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medecine, New Haven, CT 065513, USA elizabeth
J Clin Psychol 61:1485-98. 2005..Results indicated that case gender tended to affect clinicians' diagnostic decisions when criteria related to that diagnosis were shown, suggesting that case gender was acting as a context in which diagnostic criteria were interpreted...
- Racial-ethnic differences in referral source, diagnosis, and length of stay in inpatient substance abuse treatmentMiriam Delphin-Rittmon
Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, 319 Peck St, Building 1, New Haven, CT 06513, USA
Psychiatr Serv 63:612-5. 2012..Racial-ethnic differences in referral source, diagnosis, and length of stay in substance abuse treatment were examined...
- Issues for DSM-V: incorporating patients' subjective experiencesElizabeth H Flanagan
Am J Psychiatry 164:391-2. 2007
- Cognitive Implications of Clinicians' Natural TaxonomiesELIZABETH FLANAGAN PANTANO; Fiscal Year: 2005..g., gender bias), economic factors (e.g., insurance reimbursement rates), and values (e.g., the subjectivity of humanism vs. objectivity of empirical science). ..