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Research: Open Dialogue approach may reduce drug treatment in young people

New research from Finland has suggested that mental health services based on the Open Dialogue (OD) approach to mental health may reduce psychotropic drug treatment in young people. The research was the first study focusing...

Ivor Browne rightly lauded – but we are a long way from his vision...

The great Ivor Browne, who many will know for his humane approach to human distress, died this week to widespread plaudits from the media. This is right and fitting for a man who gave...

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Research: Open Dialogue approach may reduce drug treatment in young people

New research from Finland has suggested that mental health services based on the Open Dialogue...

Global study questions antidepressant use, points to social determinants of mental health

A new cross-national study questions the effectiveness of antidepressants, highlighting the crucial role of social...

UCC event to honour the work of pioneering psychiatrist Ivor Browne

Event to feature screening of Meetings with Ivor and a tribute by Pat Bracken, independent...

Ivor Browne rightly lauded – but we are a long way from his vision and values

The great Ivor Browne, who many will know for his humane approach to human distress,...

Irish psychiatry says chemical imbalance is ‘a figure of speech,’ so – what now?

The chemical imbalance theory of depression - what was once considered the gold standard reason...

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Led by researchers in Trinity College Dublin, the PROTECT Study, seeks to identify priorities for future research on reducing and stopping psychiatric medications. Interested parties take a survey on questions that users would like to see addressed. Take the survey here.

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