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1. The vicissitudes of the recovery construct; or, the challenge of taking “subjective experience” seriously - CALLARD, FELICITY

2. Recovery research: the empirical evidence from England - SLADE, MIKE

3. Consumer models of recovery: can they survive operationalism? - WALLCFRAT, JANET

4. The bereavement exclusion may not be applicable in real world settings - CORRUBLE, EMMANUELLE

5. Actions to alleviate the mental health impact of the economic crisis - WAHLBECK, KRISTIAN; MCDAID, DAVID
The current global economic crisis is expected to produce adverse mental health effects that may increase suicide and alcohol-related death rates in affected countries. In nations with greater social safety nets, the health impacts of the economic downturn may be less pronounced. Research indicates that the mental health impact of the economic crisis can be offset by various policy measures. This paper aims to outline how countries can safeguard and support mental health in times of economic downturn. It indicates that good mental health cannot be achieved by the health sector alone. The determinants of mental health often lie outside of the remits of the health system, and all...

6. Agency: its nature and role in recovery from severe mental illness - LYSAKER, PAUL H.; LEONHARDT, BETHANY L.

7. Was the bereavement exclusion originally based on scientific data? - PIES, RONALD

8. The new impact factor and immediacy index of World Psychiatry - LUCIANO, MARIO

9. Assessing the diagnostic validity of a structured psychiatric interview in a first-admission hospital sample - NORDGAARD, JULIE; REVSBECH, RASMUS; SÆBYE, DITTE; PARNAS, JOSEF
The use of structured psychiatric interviews performed by non-clinicians is frequent for research purposes and is becoming increasingly common in clini-cal practice. The validity of such interviews has rarely been evaluated empirically. In this study of a sample of 100 diagnostically heterogeneous, first-admitted inpatients, the results of an assessment with the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID), yielding a DSM-IV diagnosis and performed by a trained non-clinician, were compared with a consensus lifetime best diagnostic estimate (DSM-IV) by two experienced research clinicians, based on multiple sources of information, which included videotaped comprehensive semi-structured narrative interviews. The overall kappa agreement was 0.18. The sensitivity and specificity for the diagnosis of schizophrenia...

10. Recovery: is consensus possible? - O’HAGAN, MARY

11. A stigma perspective on recovery - ANGERMEYER, MATTHIAS; SCHOMERUS, GEORG

12. Lessons learned in developing community mental health care in Latin American and Caribbean countries - RAZZOUK, DENISE; GREGÓRIO, GUILHERME; ANTUNES, RENATO; MARI, JAIR DE JESUS
This paper summarizes the findings for the Latin American and Caribbean countries of the WPA Task Force on Steps, Obstacles and Mistakes to Avoid in the Implementation of Community Mental Health Care. It presents an overview of the provision of mental health services in the region; describes key experiences in Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Jamaica and Mexico; and discusses the lessons learned in developing community mental health care.

13. An empirically derived approach to the classification and diagnosis of mood disorders - WESTEN, DREW; MALONE, JOHANNA C.; DEFIRE, JARED A.
This article describes a system for diagnosing mood disorders that is empirically derived and designed for its clinical utility in everyday practice. A ran-dom national sample of psychiatrists and clinical psychologists described a randomly selected current patient with a measure designed for clinically ex-perienced informants, the Mood Disorder Diagnostic Questionnaire (MDDQ), and completed additional research forms. We applied factor analysis to the MDDQ to identify naturally occurring diagnostic groupings within the patient sample. The analysis yielded three clinically distinct mood disorder dimen-sions or spectra, consistent with the major mood disturbances included in the DSM and ICD over successive editions (major depression, dysthymia, and mania), along with a suicide risk index....

14. Mobile technologies in psychiatry: providing new perspectives from biology to culture - SWENDSEN, JOEL; SALAMON, REDA

15. From “madness” to “mental health problems”: reflections on the evolving target of psychiatry - MAJ, MARIO

16. Trainees’ views on the future of psychiatry: a plethora of challenges ahead of us - NAWKA, ALEXANDER; ROJNIC KUZMAN, MARTINA; GIACCO, DOMENICO

17. Lessons learned in developing community mental health care in East and South East Asia - ITO, HIROTO; SETOYA, YUTARO; SUZUKI, YURIKO
This paper summarizes the findings for the East and South East Asia Region of the WPA Task Force on Steps, Obstacles and Mistakes to Avoid in the Im-plementation of Community Mental Health Care. The paper presents a description of the region, an overview of mental health policies, a critical ap-praisal of community mental health services developed, and a discussion of the key obstacles and challenges. The main recommendations address the needs to campaign to reduce stigma, integrate care within the general health care system, prioritize target groups, strengthen leadership in policy mak-ing, and devise effective funding and economic incentives.

18. Consumer perceptions of recovery: an Indian perspective - THARA, RANGASWAMY

19. Fallacious reasoning in the argument to eliminate the major depression bereavement exclusion in DSM-5 - WAKEFIELD, JEROME; FIRST, MICHAEL

20. Recovery from schizophrenia: form follows functioning - LIBERMAN, ROBERT P.

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