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Vol 59, No 10, October 2014 octobre
Print ISSN 0706-7437
Online ISSN 1497-0015

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EDITORIAL
Important Messages for Clinical Care and Health Policy on Suicide
Scott B Patten
GUEST EDITORIAL
How Does Untreated Psychosis Lead to Neurological Damage?
Kwame J McKenzie
IN REVIEW
The Role of Untreated Psychosis in Neurodegeneration: A Review of Hypothesized Mechanisms of Neurotoxicity in First-Episode Psychosis
Kelly K Anderson, Aristotle Voineskos, Benoit H Mulsant, Tony P George, Kwame J McKenzie
Are the Effects of Duration of Untreated Psychosis Socially Mediated?
Ross M G Norman
ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Service Use and Unmet Needs in Youth Suicide: A Study of Trajectories
Johanne Renaud, Monique Séguin, Alain D Lesage, Claude Marquette, Bettina Choo, Gustavo Turecki
Acute Risk of Suicide and Suicide Attempts Associated With Recent Diagnosis of Mental Disorders: A Population-Based, Propensity Score–Matched Analysis
Jason R Randall, Randy Walld, Greg Finlayson, Jitender Sareen, Patricia J Martens, James M Bolton
Repetition of Attempted Suicide Among Immigrants in Europe
Cendrine Bursztein Lipsicas, Ilkka Henrik Mäkinen, Danuta Wasserman, Alan Apter, Ad Kerkhof, Konrad Michel, Ellinor Salander Renberg, Kees van Heeringen, Airi Värnik, Armin Schmidtke
The 6-Month Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSS) Among Older Adults: Validity and Reliability of the PTSS Scale eAppendix
Michel Préville, Catherine Lamoureux-Lamarche, Helen-Maria Vasiliadis, Sébastien Grenier, Olivier Potvin, Louise Quesnel, Samantha Gontijo-Guerra, Samia Djemaa Mechakra-Tahiri, Djamal Berbiche
BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS
  Time Trends in Medically Serious Suicide-Related Behaviours in Boys and Girls
Anne E Rhodes, Hong Lu, Robin Skinner
  An Updated Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Evidence for the Effectiveness of Community Treatment Orders
Steve Kisely, Katharine Hall
SUPPLEMENT
Opening Minds: The Mental Health Commission of Canada Anti-Stigma Supplement


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