Our portfolio of research


Our staff share their clinical expertise by publishing widely in a range of academic and professional publications and by presenting their work to their peers at conferences and events.

Our most recent publications are listed below by year published.

Published research

Published research - 2018

Campbell, L , Beech, A (2018) Do scores on the HCR-20 and FAM predict frequency of self-harm in females within a secure psychiatric hospital? In submission

Girardi, A, Snyman, P, Natarajan, M & Griffiths, C (2018) Older adults in secure mental health care: health, social wellbeing and security needs measured with NoNOS-secure across different age groups. the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. On line 08 April 2018

Greenwood, A and Braham L (2018) Violence and aggression towards staff in secure settings. Journal of Forensic Practice.  https://doi.org/10.1108/JFP-05-2017-0015

Griffiths, C, Roychowdhury, A and Girardi, A (2018) Seclusion: the association with diagnosis, gender, length of stay and HoNOS-secure in low and medium secure inpatient mental health service. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. 

Griffiths, C & Girardi, A (2018) The Effects of Modafinil in People with a diagnosis of Schizophrenia. OJ Psych Vol 8 No 1 Jan 2018.

Jalil, R, Dickens, G.L. (2018) Systematic review of studies of mental health nurses' experience of anger and of its relationships with their attitudes and practice. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Vol 25 Issue 3 pp 201-213

Kinnafick, F, Papathomas, and Regoczi, D (2018) Promoting exercise behaviour in a secure mental health setting: Health Care Assistant perspectives. In submission

Rose, J, Nelson, L (2018) A Preliminary Exploration of the Challenging Behaviour Perception Questionnaire: A Measure of Parental Cognitions about Challenging Behaviour. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. Vol 43 Issue 2 pp 223-231

Rose, J and Gallivan, A (2018) Staff Training and Supervision. Handbook of Intellectual Disabilities: Integrating Theory, Research and Practice. In Press

Rose, J and Walker A (2018) Understanding Staff to provide Effective Support and Development. Handbook on offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In Press

Waite, J, Rose, J et al (2018) Associations between behaviours that challenge in adults with intellectual disability, parental perceptions and parental mental health. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. Vol 56 Issue 4 pp 408-430

Williams, E, Thrift, S and Rose, J (2018) The subjective experiences of women with intellectual disabilities and offending behaviour: exploring of their experiences of 'home'. In Press

 

 

 

 

 

Published research - 2017

Adam, D, Rose, J, Jackson, N, Karakatsani, E (2017) Coping strategies in mothers of children with intellectual disabilities showing multiple forms of challenging behaviour: Associations with Maternal Mental Health. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.

Challinor, L.E., & Duff, S. (2017) Sexual offending hierarchies, personality attributions, and the clinical implications. Journal of Forensic Practice, 19 (3), 190-197

Cooke, E, Stephenson, Z, Rose, J (2017) How do professionals experience working with offenders diagnosed with personality disorder within a prison environment? Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology Vol 28 (6), 841-862

Dickens, G.L, O'Shea, L (2017) Reliable and clinically significant change in outcomes for forensic mental health inpatients. Use of the HoNOS-Secure. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health Vol 16 (2), 161-171

Dickens, G.L, O'Shea, L (2017) Use of the HCR-20 for violence risk assessment: views of clinicians working in a secure inpatient mental health setting. Journal of Forensic Practice, Vol 19 (2), 130-138

Fazel, S, Wolf, A (2017) Selecting a risk assessment tool to use in practice: a 10-point guide. Evidence-Based Mental Health. BMJ Journal

Griffiths, C, Hancock-Johnson, E (2017) The experiences of paid formal lived experience workers within a secure mental health service. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, Vol 12 (5), 313-322

Hancock-Johnson, E, Griffiths, C, Picchioni, M (2017) A Focused Systematic Review of Pharmacological Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder. CNS Drugs, Vol 31 (5), 345-356

Hutchinson, G, Rose, J, Willner, P and Bastick, T (2017) Intellectual Disability in a Prison population with anger problems in Trinidad. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychlogy, Vol 28 (4), 513-524

Jalil, R, Huber, J.W, Sixsmith, J, Dickens, G.L,(2017) Mental health nurses' emotions, exposure to patient aggression, attitudes to and use of coercive measures: Cross sectional questionnaire survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies, Vol 75 pp 130-138

Malik, K.J, Unwin, G, Larking, M, Kroese, B.S. & Rose, J (2017) The complex role of social care services in supporting the development of sustainable identities: Insights from the experiences of British South Asian women with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities Vol 63, 74-84

Outa, C, Rose, J (2015) Is there a relationship between Role-Identity, work demands, and burnout in direct care staff working with individuals with intellectual disabilities? Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. Vol 42 Issue 2 pp123-130

Picchioni, M et al (2017) Pattern of activation during delayed matching to sample task predicts functional outcome in people at ultra high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, Vol 181, 86-93

Picchioni, M et al (2017) Clinical and Neuropsychological features of violence in Schizophrenia: A prospective cohort study. Schizophrenia Research, Vol 181, 124-130

Picchioni, M, Toulopoulou, T, Mortenson, P.B, Peterson, L (2017) IQ, the urban environment and their impact on future schizophrenia risk in men. Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol 43 (5), 1056-1063

Wakeland, E, Austen, S & Rose, J (2017) What is the prevalence of abuse in the deaf/hard of hearing population? Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol 29 (3), 434-454

Warner, L, McLean, A, Rowe, K, Gralton, E (2017) A Prospective validation study of the START:AV. Journal of Forensic Practice, Vol 19 (2), 115-129

Published research - 2016

Alderman, N, Major, G, Brooks, J (2016) What can structured professional judgement tools contribute to management of neurobehavioural disability? Predictive validity of the short-term assessment of risk and treatability (START) in acquired brain injury. Journal of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Vol 28 (3), 448-465

Dolley, O, Gaylor, M, Long, C (2016) Getting the most from your treatment: Motivating engagement in women in medium secure forensic settings. Forensic Update, Issue 121, June 2016

Galappathie, N, Khan, S (2016) End-of-life care in psychiatry:'one chance to get it right'. BJPSych Bulletin, Vol 40 (1), 38-40

Haw, C, Muthu-Veloe, A, Suett, M, Ibodor, O, Picchioni, M (2016) Monitoring antipsychotic side effects: a completed audit cycle conducted in a secure hospital. Journal of Forensic Practice Vol 18 (3), 182-188

Heer, K, Rose, J, Larkin, M (2016) The challenges of providing culturally competent care within a disability focused team: A phenomenological exploration of staff experiences. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, Vol 27 (2), 109-116

Kanaan, R,, Allin, M, Picchioni, M, Shergill, S, McGuire, P (2016) White matter microstructural organization is higher with age in adult superior cerebellar peduncles. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, !4 April 2016

Long, C, Afford, M, Harris, M, Dolley, O (2016) Training in de-escalation. An effective alternative to restrictive interventions in a secure psychiatric service. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care, Vol 12 (1), 11-18

Mallas, EJ, Carletti, F, Chaddock C, Woolley, J, Picchioni, M (2016) Genome-wide discovered psychosis-risk gene ZNF804A impacts on white matter mircrostructure in health, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. PeerJ, 4:e1570

Morris, D, Brewer, R, Webb, A, Gray, N (2016) The evaluation of a Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) group with a detained female forensic population with a primary diagnosis of ASD: A pilot study. Forensic Update, 121, June 2016

Murphy, P, Mason, F (2016) Psychological effects of rape and serious sexual assault. Book Chapter. Sexual Offence, Law and Practice.

Muhammed, G, Faruqui, R (2016) Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in the aftermath of wars, conflicts and terrorism: Co-relation between countries GDP and prevalence of PTSD. Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry Vol 5 (2) 

Oakley, C, Harris, S, Fahy, T, Murphy, D, Picchioni, M (2016) Childhood adversity and conduct disorder: a development pathway to violence in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, Vol 172 (1-3), 54-59

O'Shea, L, Dickens, G (2016) Role of assessment components and recent adverse outcomes in risk estimation and prediction: Use of the START in an adult secure inpatient mental health service. Psychiatry Research, Vol 240, 398-405

O'Shea, L, Picchioni, M, Dickens, G (2016) The predictive validity of the Short-term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START) for multiple adverse outcomes in a secure psychiatric inpatient setting. Assessment, Vol 23 (2)

Robinson, L, Escopri, N, Stenfert Kroese, B, Rose, J (2016) The subjective experience of adults with intellectual disabilities who have mental health problems within community settings. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, Vol 10 (2), 106-115

Rose, J et al (2016) Assessment of anger-related cognitions of people with intellectual disabilities. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Vol 44 (5), 580-600

Rose, J et al (2016) A Quantisation of cognitive learning process by computer graphics-games: towards more efficient learning models. Open Access Library Journal (Psychology).

Rose, J, Unwin, G, Deb, S (2016) Carer and Family perspectives. Book Chapter in Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

Shead, J, Rose, J, Scott, H (2016) Investigating predictors and moderators of burnout in staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities. The role of emotional intelligence, exposure to violence and self efficacy. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, Vol 62 (4), 224-233

Sen, P (2016) Themed editorial: Mental health needs of Asylum-Seekers and Refugees - challenges and solutions. BJPsych International, Vol 13 (2), 30-32

Unwin, G, Larkin, M, Rose, J, Kroese, B, Malcolm, S (2016) Developing resources to facilitate culturally-sensitive service planning and delivery - Doing research inclusively with people with intellectual disabilities. Research Involvement and Engagement, 2016 2:17

Zhang, R, Allen, P, Picchioni, M, Toulopoulou, T (2016) Working memory in healthy relatives of patients with schizophrenia: a meta-analysis of fMRI studies. Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol 42 (4), 1068-1077

Published research - 2015

Buchanan, A (2015) Respect for dignity and forensic psychiatry. International Journal of Law Psychiatry (2015) Vol 41 pages 12-17

Budisavljevic, S, Dell'Acqua, F, Rijsdijk, F. V, Kane, F, Picchioni, M (2015) Age-related differences and heritability of the perisylvian language networks. JNeurosci -The Journal of Neuroscience September 2015, 35 (37) 12625-12634

Delmage, E, Exworthy, T, Blackwood, N (2015) The 'Hybrid Order': origins and usage. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. Vol 26, 2015 - Issue 3 Pages 325-336

Gunenc, C, O'Shea, L, Dickens, G (2015) Prevalence and predictors of verbal aggression in a secure mental health service: Use of the HCR-20. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Vol 24 Issue 4 pages 314-323

Hallett, N, Dickens, G (2015) De-escalation: A survey of clinical staff in a secure mental health inpatient service. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Vol 24 Issue 4 pages 324-333

Haw, C, Casey, D, Holmes, J, Hawton, K (2015) Suicidal intent and method of self-harm: A large-scale study of self-harm patients presenting to a general hospital. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. Vol 45, Issue 6 pages 732-746

Haw, C, Hawton, K, Gunnell, D, Platt, S (2015) Economic recession and suicidal behaviour: Possible mechanisms and ameliorating factors. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. Vol 61, Issue 1

Haw, C, Hawton, K (2015) Suicide and self-harm by drowning: a review of the literature. Archives of Suicide Research. Vol 20 Issue 2 pages 95-112

Haw, C, Shears, J (2015) An audit of social circumstances reports for first-tier tribunals in a secure psychiatric service. Practice: Social Work in Action. Vol 28 Issue 4 pages 253-265

Heer, K, Larkin, M, Rose, J (2015) The experiences of British South Asian carers caring for a child with developmental disabilities in the UK. Tizard Learning Disability Review, 20 (4), 228 -238.

Heer, K, Rose, J, Larkin, M, Singhal, N (2015) The experiences of mothers caring for a child with developmental disabilities: A cross cultural perspective. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 8 (4), 218-232

Larkin, M, Unwin, G, Kroese, B, Rose, J (2015) Meeting the support needs of people from minority ethnic groups. Community Living. Feb 3 2015 Issue 28.2

Lees Warley, G, Rose, J (2015) What does the evidence tell us about people with low intellectual functioning who set fires? A systematic review. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities. Vol 61, Issue 4, pp 242-256

Long, C, Banyard, E, Dolley, O (2015) Living with mental illness. A cognitive behavioural group psycho education programme with women in secure settings. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. Vol 23, Issue 4 pp 368-376

Long, C, West, R, Afford, M, Collins, L, Dolley, O (2015) Reducing the use of seclusion in a secure service for women. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. Vol 11 Issue 2 pp 84-94

Long, C, Siddique, R, Rigg, S, Banyard, E, Stillman, S, Bailey, S (2015) Screening for incontinence in a secure psychiatric service for women. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Vol 24 Issue 6 pp 451-459

Long, C, Dolley, O, Hollin, C (2015) Treatment progress in medium security hospital settings for women: changes in symptoms, personality and service need from admission to discharge. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. Vol 25 Issue 2 pp 99-111

Long C. G, Fitzgerald K, Hollin C. R (2015) Women firesetters admitted to secure psychiatric services: characteristics and treatment needs. Victims and Offenders. Vol 10 Issue 3 pp 342-353

Malcolm, C, Picchioni, M, Ellett, L (2015) Intrusive prospective imagery, post-trauma intrusions and anxiety in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. Dec 30;230 (3) pp 899-904

Montenegro, M (2015) Sexuality and diversity training in clinical psychology courses in the UK. Clinical Psychology Forum 270 June 2015

Montenegro, M (2015) Evaluating 'FREDA challenge': a coproduced human rights board game in services for people with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. Vol 28 Issue 3 pp 223-237

Morris D, J. & Gray, N. (2015) Increasing knowledge of Personality Disorders in detained women with an Intellectual Disability. Journal of intellectual disabilities and offending behaviour. Vol 6 Issue 1 pp 23-32

O'Connell, Jackie, Reffin, C (2015) Growing Up, Sex and Me.

O'Donoghue, T, Shine, J, Orimalde, O (2015) Characteristics of referrals and admissions to a medium secure ASD unit. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour. Vol 5 Issue 3 pp 138-146

O'Shea, L, Picchioni, M, McCarthy, J, Mason, F, Dickens, G (2015) Predictive validiy of the HCR-20 for inpatient aggression: the effect of intellectual disability on accuracy. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Vol 59 Issue 11 pp 1042-1054

O'Shea, L, Dickens, G (2015) Predictive validity of the START for agression and self-harm in a secure mental health service: Gender differences. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. Vol 14 Issue 2 pp 132-146

O'Shea, L, Dickens, G (2015) Predictive validity of the START for unauthorised leave and substance abuse in a secure mental health setting: a pseudo-prospective cohort study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. Vol 52 Issue 5 pp 970-979

O'Shea, L, Dickens, G (2015) Contribution of protective factors assessment to risk prediction: Systematic review and meta-analysis. European Psychiatry. Vol 30, Supplement 1 page 211

O'Shea, L, Thaker, D-K, Picchioni, M, Mason, F (2015) Predictive validity of the HCR-20 for violent and non-violent sexual behaviour in a secure mental health service. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. Vol 26 Issue 5 pp 366-379

Penny, C and Exworthy, T (2015) A gilded cage is still a cage: Cheshire West widens 'deprivation of liberty'. British Journal of Psychiatry. 206 (2) 91-2

Rose, J et al (2015) Managers' views of the effects of their service of hosting a cognitive-behavioural anger management group. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities. Vol 9 Issue 1 pp 19-29

Rose, J, Nelson, L (2015) A Preliminary Exploration of the Challenging Behaviour Perception Questionnaire: A Measure of Parental Cognitions about Challenging Behaviour. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. Vol 43 Issue 2 pp 223-231

Rose, J et al (2015) Cognitive behavioural anger management intervention for people with intellectual disabilities: cost of intervention and impact on health and social care resourse use. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Vol 59 Issue 1 pp 68-81

Rose, J, Golding, N (2015) Exploring the attitudes and knowledge of support workers towards individuals with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. Vol 19 Issue 2 pp 116-129

Sami, M. B, Faruqui, R. A (2015) The effectiveness of dopamine agonists for treatment of neuropsychiatric symptoms post brain injury and stroke. International Journal of Translational Neuropsychiatry. Vol 27 Issue 6 pp 317-326

Sen, P, Lindsey, S, Chatterjee, N, Rama-Iyer, R, Picchioni, M (2015) An Audit of the quality of HCR-20 violence risk assessments in a Low Secure Service. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. Vol 11 Issue S1 

Shead, J, Rose, J, Scott, H (2015) Investigating predictors and moderators of burnout in staff working in services for people with intellectual disabilities: The role of emotional intelligence, exposure to violence and self efficacy. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities. Vol 62 Issue 4 pp 224-233

Shears, J, Maher, S (2015) Social Work with people whose symptoms of psychosis have a somatic cause - reflections from practice.

Staniforth, C, Griffin, Y (2015) Intellectual Disabilities and ASD. Book Chapter in 'Young people in forensic mental health settings:psychological thinking and practice.

Zyrianova, Y, Alexander, L, Faruqui, R (2015) Neuropsychiatric presentations and outcomes in children and adolescents with primary brain tumours: Systemic review. Brain Injury. Vol 30 Issue 1 pp 1-9

Published research - 2014

Baker, F, Harwood, R, Adams, M, Baker, C & Long, C (2014) Following up the outcomes of a CBT-based substance misuse intervention for men in a secure psychiatric setting. Forensic Update 115, pp 52-58

Bhandarkar, R (2014) Need for decriminalisation of attempted suicide in low-middle income countries. Board of International Affairs of the RC Psych Vol 11, (2), p 50

Bradley, K, Shine, J & Morland, R (2014) Future directions for forensic practice in the community. Book Chapter in Ashmore, Z & Shuker, R (eds) Forensic Practice in the Community, UK: Routledge

Clark, C, Fox, E & Long, C (2014) Can teaching staff about the neurobiological underpinnings of borderline personality disorder instigate attitudinal change? Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care, Vol 11(1) pp 43-51

Bernier, G, Kim, Y & Sen, P (2014) A systematic review of the global prevalence of personality disorders in adult Asian populations. Personality and Mental Health, Vol 8(4) pp 264-275

Dickens, G, Suesse, M, Snyman, P & Picchioni, M (2014) Associations between ward climate and patient characteristics in a secure forensic mental health service. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. Vol 25, Issue 2, pp 195-211

Ellison, L, Munro, V, Hohl, K & Wallang, P (2014) Challenging criminal justice? Psychosocial disability and rape victimisation. Criminology and Criminal Justice, Vol 15(2) pp 225-244

Exworthy, T (2014) Inquiries after Homicide. Book Chapter in Gunn, J. & Taylor, P. (eds) Forensic Psychiatry: Clinical, Legal and Ethical Issues (2nd Edition). Florida: CRD Press

Forrester, A, MacLennan, F, Slade, K, Brown, P & Exworthy, T (2014) Improving access to psychological therapies in prisons. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Vol 24(3) pp 163-168

Forrester, A, Singh, J, Slade, K, Exworthy, T & Sen, P (2014) Mental health in-reach in an urban UK remand prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health, Vol 10(3) pp 155-163

Fox, E, Krawcyk, K, Staniford, J & Dickens, G (2014) A service evaluation of a 1-year Dialectical Behaviour Therapy programme for women with Borderline Personality Disorder in a low secure unit. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Vol 43 (6) pp 676-691

Galappathie, N & Khan, S (2014) Clozapine-associated pneumonia and respiratory arrest secondary to severe constipation. Medicine, Science and The Law. Vol 54, Issue 2

Galappathie, N, Seth, V & Begum, A (2014) Clozapine re-trial in a patient with repeated life threatening pneumonias. Acta Bio Medica, Aug 20; 85(2), pp 175-179

Gunasekaran, S (2014) Pragmatic Language Deficits in Asperger's Syndrome (Higher Functioning Autism): Review of Pathology Effective Treatments in Adults. International Journal of Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology, Vol 2(2), pp 95-100

Harris, S, Oakley, C & Picchioni, M (2014) A systematic review of the association between attributional bias/interpersonal style, and violence in schizophrenia/psychosis. Aggression and Violent Behavior, Vol 19, Issue 3 pp 235-241

Haw, C, Stubbs, J & Dickens, G (2014) Verbal orders: are you up to date with current guidance? British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 3 (1), pp 33-36 

Haw, C, Hawton, K, Gunnell, D & Platt, s (2014) Economic recession and suicidal behaviour: Possible mechanisms and ameliorating factors. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. Vol 61 (1) pp 73-81

Haw, C, Stubbs, J & Dickens G (2014) Barriers to the reporting of medication administration errors and near misses: an interview study of nurses at a psychiatric hospital. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, Vol 21 (9) pp 797-805 

Haw, C, Stubbs, J & Dickens, G (2014) Nurses' views about unlicensed and off-license medicines in Forensic Mental Health. Journal of Forensic Practice, Vol 16(3) pp 194-202

Haw, C, Stubbs, J & Dickens, G (2014) Medicines management: an interview study of nurses at a secure psychiatric hospital. Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol 71(2), pp 281-294

Haw, C & Wolstencroft, L (2014) A study of the use of sedative PRN medication in patients at a secure hospital. the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. Vol 25, Issue 3, pp 307-320

Haw, C & Wolstencroft, L (2014) A study of the prescription and administration of sedative PRN medication to older adults in a secure hospital. International Psychogeriatrics. Vol 26 (6) pp 943-951

Haw, C & Wolstencroft, L (2014) The administration of 'as required' sedative medication at a secure psychiatric hospital. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Vol 3(2) pp 81-85

Jenkins, K (2014) Forum: Dementia Friends. Social Care and Neurodisability. Vol 5 Issue 2 

Kanaan, R, Chaddock, C, Allin, M, Picchioni, M, Daly, e, Shergill, S &McGuire, P (2014) Gender influence on white matter microstructure: a tract-based spatial statistics analysis. PLOS ONE 9(3): e91109

Kelbrick, M, Abdaldayim, S & Picchioni, M (2014) Blood pressure monitoring in psychiatric inpatients with bipolar affective disorder. Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry. Vol 18(4) pp 11-15

Lee, S & West, R (2014) Cognitive approaches to intervention. Book Chapter in Bryant, B, Fieldhouse, J & Bannigan, K (eds) Creeks Occupational Therapy and Mental Health (5th Ed.) London: Churchill Livingstone.

Long, C, Anagnostakis, K, Banyard, E, Silaule, P &Dolley, O (2014) Patient and staff experience of a ward based risk management system. Forensic Update, 113, 7-18

Long, C, Dickens, G & Dolley, O (2014) Features and motivators of emotionally expressive firesetters; The assessment of women in secure psychiatric settings. Journal of Criminal Psychology, Vol 4(2) pp 129-142

Long, C, Dolley, O & Hollin, C (2014) Personality disordered women in secure care: a  treatment evaluation. Journal of Criminal Psychology. Vol 4, Issue 1 pp 44-58

Long, C, Fulton, B & Dolley, O (2014) Using psychoeducation to motivate engagement for women with personality disorder in secure settings. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care, Vol 11 (1) pp 18-26

Long, C, Harding, S, Payne, K & Collins, L (2014) Nursing and healthcare assistant experience of supervision in a medium secure service for women. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Vol 21, Issue 2 pp 154-162

Long, C, Rowell, A, Gayton, A, Hodgson, E & Dolley, O (2014) Tackling obesity and its complications in secure settings. Mental Health Review Journal, Vol 19 Issue 1 pp 37-46

Mason, F (2014) Psychological Effects of Rape and Serious Sexual Assault. Book Chapter in Rook, P & Ward, R (eds) Rook & Ward on Sexual Offences: Law & Practice: 1st Supplement (4th Edition). UK: Sweet & Maxwell

Mitchell, A.e, Dickents, G & Picchioni, M (2014) Facial emotion processing in Borderline Personality Disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuropsychology Review, Vol 24 (2), pp 166-184

Montenegro, M (2014) "Am I dead or alive?" integrative Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy with a 15 year old experiencing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. International Journal for Psychological and Complimentary Therapies, Sept 2014; Vol 6(1) pp 45-64

Murphy, P (2014) Analysis of the Payment by Results Policy for Mental Health in England. Journal of Clinical Research And Governance. Vol 3 (1)

Murphy, P & Exworthy, T (2014) Mental Health and the Law. Book Chapter in Myers, G, Garder, M, Boursicot, K & Sales, D (eds) Oxford Assess and Progress: Psychiatry. Oxford University Press

O'Shea, L, Mason, F, Picchioni, M & Dickens, G (2014) EPA-0442- All things being equal? predictive validity of the HCR-20 among heterogeneous groups of secure psychiatric inpatients. European Psychiatry, Vol 29, supplement 1, p 1

O'Shea, L, Picchioni, M, Mason, F, Sugarman, P & Dickens G (2014) Predictive validity of the HCR-20 for inpatient self-harm. Comprehensive Psychiatry, The Journal of Psychopathology, Vol 55(8) pp 1937-1949

O'Shea, L, Picchioni, M, Mason, F, Sugarman, P & Dickens, G (2014) Differential predictive validity of the Historical, Clinical and Risk Management Scales (HCR-20) for inpatient aggression. Psychiatry Research, Vol 220(1-2), pp 669-678

O'Shea, L and Dickens, G (2014) Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START): Systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological Assessment, 26(3), pp 990-1002

Picchioni, M (2014) Special interview situations (2014) Book Chapter in Owen, G, Wessely, S & Murray, R (eds) The Maudsley Handbook of Practical Psychiatry (6th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press

Roychowdhury, A & Adshead, G (2014) Violence risk assessment as a medical intervention: ethical tensions. Psychiatric Bulletin, 38 (2): pp 75-82

Rose, A, Beech, A, Long, C, Wheatley, M & Hordor, L (2014) Accreditation of first cross-divisional doctorate. The Psychologist, Vol 27, pp 184-189

Sher, M &Gralton, E (2014) Implementation of the START:AV in a secure adolescent service. Journal of Forensic Practice, Vol 16(3) pp 184-193

Sherwood, W, Trott, S & Jefferies, L (2014) Putting the 'O' back into OT. OT news, March 2014, 46-47

Till, A, Exworthy, T & Forrester, A (2014) Integration and offender mental health. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology. Vol 26(1) 

Till, A, Forrester, A & Exworthy, T (2014) The development of equivalence as a mechanism to improve prison healthcare. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Vol 107(5) pp 179-182

Vickerstaff, R (2014) Let me in, OT News, July 2014, pp 40-41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published research - 2013

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