Early Intervention in Psychiatry: An Interview with Professor Patrick McGorry





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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2010

Professor Patrick McGorry is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Early Intervention in Psychiatry (published by Wiley Blackwell) and was recently named the 2010 Australian of the Year. Spend a few minutes with Professor McGorry as he speaks about his experiences in and opinions of early intervention and youth mental health. Learn how he believes that the journal can work alongside early psychosis support programs and government initiatives to help advance the field of early intervention in both research and clinical practice settings.

Focusing on the early diagnosis and treatment of all mental health problems and disorders, Early Intervention in Psychiatry promotes the importance of early intervention in psychiatric practice. Articles across the full range of psychiatric disorders are welcomed, including schizophrenia and other psychoses, mood and anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, eating disorders and personality disorders, as well as the underlying epidemiological, biological, psychological and social mechanisms that influence the onset of these disorders. Papers in the following fields will be considered: diagnostic issues, psychopathology, clinical epidemiology, biological mechanisms, treatments and other forms of intervention, clinical trials, health services and economic research and mental health policy.

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