Is the incidence of psychotic disorder in decline? epidemiological evidence from two decades of research

J. B. Kirkbride (Lead / Corresponding author), T. Croudace, J. Brewin, K. Donoghue, P. Mason, C. Glazebrook, I. Medley, G. Harrison, J. E. Cooper, G. A. Doody, P. B. Jones

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    Abstract

    It is unclear whether the incidence of first episode psychoses is in decline. We had the opportunity to determine whether incidence had changed over a 20-year period in a single setting, and test whether this could be explained by demographic or clinical changes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1255-1264
    Number of pages10
    JournalInternational Journal of Epidemiology
    Volume38
    Issue number5
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    Publication statusPublished - Oct 2009

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    • Epidemiology

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    Kirkbride, J. B., Croudace, T., Brewin, J., Donoghue, K., Mason, P., Glazebrook, C., Medley, I., Harrison, G., Cooper, J. E., Doody, G. A. & Jones, P. B., 27 Nov 2009, In : International Journal of Epidemiology. 38, 6, p. 1753 1 p., dyp346.

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    Kirkbride, J. B., Croudace, T., Brewin, J., Donoghue, K., Mason, P., Glazebrook, C., Medley, I., Harrison, G., Cooper, J. E., Doody, G. A., & Jones, P. B. (2009). Is the incidence of psychotic disorder in decline? epidemiological evidence from two decades of research. International Journal of Epidemiology, 38(5), 1255-1264. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyn168