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2015Demographic and clinical characteristics of young people seeking help at youth mental health services: baseline findings of the Transitions StudyGlozier, Nicholas; Guastella, Adam; Hermens, Daniel; Hickie, Ian; Kenyon, Amanda Rose; Nichles, Alissa; Scott, Elizabeth; Zmicerevska, Natalia; Aminger, G Paul; et al, Various; Harrigan, S.; Jorm, Anthony; Killackey, Eoin J.; Mackinnon, Andrew; Pantelis, Christos; Phillips, Lisa J; Purcell, Rosemary; Wood, Stephen J; Yung, Alison; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreDemographic and clinical characteristics of young people seeking help at youth mental health services: baseline findings of the Transitions Study, Early Intervention in Psychiatry, vol.9, 6, 2015,pp 487-497
2010Mental health literacy, folic acid and vitamin B12, and physical activity for the prevention of depression in older adults: randomised controlled trialHickie, Ian; Batterham, Philip; Christensen, Helen; Fenech, Michael; Jorm, Anthony; Mackinnon, Andrew; McCarthy, Affrica; Walker, Janine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteMental health literacy, folic acid and vitamin B12, and physical activity for the prevention of depression in older adults: randomised controlled trial, British Journal of Psychiatry, vol.197, 1,pp 45-54
2012Oral folic acid and vitamin B-12 supplementation to prevent cognitive decline in community-dwelling older adults with depressive symptoms--the Beyond Ageing Project: a randomized controlled trialHickie, Ian; Batterham, Philip; Christensen, Helen; Crisp, Dimity; Fenech, Michael; Jorm, Anthony; Kljakovic, Marjan; Mackinnon, Andrew; Walker, Janine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteOral folic acid and vitamin B-12 supplementation to prevent cognitive decline in community-dwelling older adults with depressive symptoms--the Beyond Ageing Project: a randomized controlled trial, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.95, 1, 2012,pp 194-203
2017Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists expert consensus statement for the treatment, management and monitoring of the physical health of people with an enduring psychotic illnessLambert, Timothy; Jorm, Anthony; Oakley Browne, M; Reavley, N; Concord Clinical School: MedicineRoyal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists expert consensus statement for the treatment, management and monitoring of the physical health of people with an enduring psychotic illness, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol.51, 4, 2017,pp 322-337
2015Transitions Study of predictors of illness progression in young people with mental ill health: study methodologyGlozier, Nicholas; Guastella, Adam; Hermens, Daniel; Hickie, Ian; Kenyon, Amanda Rose; Nichles, Alissa; Scott, Elizabeth; Zmicerevska, Natalia; Amminger, G; et al, Various; Jorm, Anthony; Killackey, Eoin J.; Mackinnon, Andrew; Mundy, L; Pantelis, Christos; Phillips, L; Purcell, R; Wood, S; Yung, Alison; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteTransitions Study of predictors of illness progression in young people with mental ill health: study methodology, Early Intervention in Psychiatry, vol.9, 1, 2015,pp 38-47