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Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Structured Psychological Support for people with probable personality disorder in mental health services in England: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial (2024)
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Crawford, M. J., Leeson, V. C., Evans, R., Goulden, N., Weaver, T., Trumm, A., …Barnicot, K. (2024). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Structured Psychological Support for people with probable personality disorder in mental health services in England: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 14(6), Article e086593. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2024-086593

Introduction: Evidence-based psychological treatments for people with personality disorder usually involve attending group-based sessions over many months. Low-intensity psychological interventions of less than 6 months duration have been developed,... Read More about Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Structured Psychological Support for people with probable personality disorder in mental health services in England: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.

The Psychosocial Health of Black/African Americans Compared with People of Other Races/Ethnic Origins during the COVID-19 Pandemic (2024)
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Price, D., Bonsaksen, T., Leung, J., Ruffolo, M., Lamph, G., Hawkins, K., & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2024). The Psychosocial Health of Black/African Americans Compared with People of Other Races/Ethnic Origins during the COVID-19 Pandemic. COVID, 4(4), 506-517. https://doi.org/10.3390/covid4040034

This study compared the psychosocial health between Black/African Americans and other ethnic groups during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using self-report questionnaires, data were collected at three time points from April 2020 to January 2022, controlling... Read More about The Psychosocial Health of Black/African Americans Compared with People of Other Races/Ethnic Origins during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Patterns of Social Media Use across Age Groups during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study across Four Countries (2024)
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Bonsaksen, T., Thygesen, H., Leung, J., Lamph, G., Kabelenga, I., & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2024). Patterns of Social Media Use across Age Groups during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study across Four Countries. Social Sciences, 13(4), Article 194. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci13040194

The aim of this study was to examine patterns of social media use across age groups in four countries (Norway, USA, UK, and Australia) two years after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, and whether types of use and time spent using social media was rela... Read More about Patterns of Social Media Use across Age Groups during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study across Four Countries.

Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis (2024)
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Haslam, M., Lamph, G., Jones, E., & Wright, K. (2024). Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.13033

Accessible Summary: What is known on the subject?: The term ‘complex emotional needs’ (CEN) is used here to describe people with difficulties and needs that are often associated with the diagnostic label of ‘personality disorder’. People with CEN mig... Read More about Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis.

Associations Between Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Health, Quality of Life, and Happiness in the Context of COVID-19 (2023)
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Østertun Geirdal, A. K., Leung, J., Price, D., Kabelenga, I., Lamph, G., Thygesen, H., …Bonsaksen, T. (2023). Associations Between Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Health, Quality of Life, and Happiness in the Context of COVID-19. Applied Research in Quality of Life, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11482-023-10255-z

Purpose The purpose was to examine the association between demographic variables, psychosocial health, quality of life, and happiness in the context of COVID. The hypothesis was that psychosocial health variables have mediating roles between demogra... Read More about Associations Between Demographic Variables, Psychosocial Health, Quality of Life, and Happiness in the Context of COVID-19.

Relational practice in health, education, criminal justice, and social care: a scoping review (2023)
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Lamph, G., Nowland, R., Boland, P., Pearson, J., Connell, C., Jones, V., …McKeown, M. (2023). Relational practice in health, education, criminal justice, and social care: a scoping review. Systematic Reviews, 12, Article 194. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-023-02344-9

Background Establishing and maintaining relationships and ways of connecting and being with others is an important component of health and wellbeing. Harnessing the relational within caring, supportive, educational, or carceral settings as a systems... Read More about Relational practice in health, education, criminal justice, and social care: a scoping review.

Exploring Ethnicity and Personality Disorder in a UK Context: A scoping review of the literature (2023)
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Lamph, G., Mulongo, P., Bowland, P., Jeynes, T., King, C., Burrell, R., … shorrock, S. (2023). Exploring Ethnicity and Personality Disorder in a UK Context: A scoping review of the literature. Mental Health Review Journal, https://doi.org/10.1108/MHRJ-12-2022-0075

Purpose The UK Mental Health Act (MHA) Reform (2021) on race and ethnicity promotes new governmental strategies to tackle inequalities faced by ethnically racialised communities detained under the MHA. However, there is a scarcity in personality dis... Read More about Exploring Ethnicity and Personality Disorder in a UK Context: A scoping review of the literature.

A pedagogic evaluation comparing face to face and online formats of a multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education training programme (2023)
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Lamph, G., Elliott, A., Wheatcroft, S., Rayner, G., Gardner, K., Haslam, M. B., …Wright, K. (2023). A pedagogic evaluation comparing face to face and online formats of a multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education training programme. Journal of Forensic Practice, https://doi.org/10.1108/JFP-02-2023-0004

Purpose The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of a novel offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education programme and the research evaluation results collected over a three-year period. Data from Phase 1 was collected from a face-to-... Read More about A pedagogic evaluation comparing face to face and online formats of a multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education training programme.

Factors Associated with Trust in Public Authorities Among Adults in Norway, United Kingdom, United States, and Australia Two Years after the COVID-19 Outbreak (2023)
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Price, D., Bonsaksen, T., Leung, J., McClure-Thomas, C., Ruffolo, M., Lamph, G., …Ostertun Geirdal, A. (2023). Factors Associated with Trust in Public Authorities Among Adults in Norway, United Kingdom, United States, and Australia Two Years after the COVID-19 Outbreak. International Journal of Public Health, 68, Article 1605846. https://doi.org/10.3389/ijph.2023.1605846

Objectives: This study aimed to examine the levels of trust in information provided by public authorities 2 years after the COVID-19 outbreak and to examine factors associated with trust. Methods: Using a cross-national approach, online survey dat... Read More about Factors Associated with Trust in Public Authorities Among Adults in Norway, United Kingdom, United States, and Australia Two Years after the COVID-19 Outbreak.

Motivation and Hesitancies in Obtaining the COVID-19 Vaccine—A Cross-Sectional Study in Norway, USA, UK, and Australia (2023)
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Leung, J., Price, D., McClure-Thomas, C., Bonsaksen, T., Ruffolo, M., Kabelenga, I., …Østertun Geirdal, A. (2023). Motivation and Hesitancies in Obtaining the COVID-19 Vaccine—A Cross-Sectional Study in Norway, USA, UK, and Australia. Vaccines, 11(6), Article 1086. https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines11061086

Background: Vaccinations protect the public against serious diseases or death; however, some individuals are hesitant in obtaining them. We aim to contribute to the understanding of the challenges of vaccination roll-out by examining the motivations,... Read More about Motivation and Hesitancies in Obtaining the COVID-19 Vaccine—A Cross-Sectional Study in Norway, USA, UK, and Australia.

Working effectively with people who have received a diagnosis of personality disorder (2023)
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Elliott, A., Lamph, G., & Kendall, Z. (2023). Working effectively with people who have received a diagnosis of personality disorder. Mental Health Practice, 26(4), 34-41. https://doi.org/10.7748/mhp.2023.e1634

Personality disorder is a contentious diagnostic label that is associated with high levels of stigma, leading many practitioners and people with lived experience to call for a change in its use. Mental health nurses frequently encounter people who ha... Read More about Working effectively with people who have received a diagnosis of personality disorder.

Perceptions of social media challenges and benefits during the Covid-19 pandemic: Qualitative findings from a cross sectional international survey (2023)
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Schoultz, M., Lamph, G., Thygesen, H., Leung, J., Bonsaksen, T., Ruffolo, M., …Østertun Geirdal, A. (2023). Perceptions of social media challenges and benefits during the Covid-19 pandemic: Qualitative findings from a cross sectional international survey. PLOS Global Public Health, 3(1), Article e0001463. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgph.0001463

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in January 2020 the need for rapid information spread grew and social media became the ultimate platform for information exchange as well as a tool for connection and entertainment. With the rapid informat... Read More about Perceptions of social media challenges and benefits during the Covid-19 pandemic: Qualitative findings from a cross sectional international survey.

Associations between social media use and loneliness in a cross-national population: do motives for social media use matter? (2023)
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Bonsaksen, T., Ruffolo, M., Price, D., Leung, J., Thygesen, H., Lamph, G., …Østertun Geirdal, A. (2023). Associations between social media use and loneliness in a cross-national population: do motives for social media use matter?. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 11(1), https://doi.org/10.1080/21642850.2022.2158089

Background: We aimed to examine the association between social media use and loneliness two years after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Methods: Participants were 1649 adults who completed a cross-sectional online survey disseminated openly in Norway... Read More about Associations between social media use and loneliness in a cross-national population: do motives for social media use matter?.

Self-Reported Long COVID in the General Population: Sociodemographic and Health Correlates in a Cross-National Sample. (2022)
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Bonsaksen, T., Leung, J., Price, D., Ruffolo, M., Lamph, G., Kabelenga, I., …Østertun Geirdal, A. (2022). Self-Reported Long COVID in the General Population: Sociodemographic and Health Correlates in a Cross-National Sample. Life, 12(6), Article 901. https://doi.org/10.3390/life12060901

We aimed to gain knowledge of possible sociodemographic predictors of long COVID and whether long COVID was associated with health outcomes almost two years after the pandemic outbreak. There were 1649 adults who participated in the study by completi... Read More about Self-Reported Long COVID in the General Population: Sociodemographic and Health Correlates in a Cross-National Sample..

The clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of clozapine for inpatients with severe borderline personality disorder (CALMED study): a randomised placebo-controlled trial. (2022)
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Crawford, M. J., Leeson, V. C., Evans, R., Barrett, B., McQuaid, A., Cheshire, J., …Gibbon, S. (2022). The clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of clozapine for inpatients with severe borderline personality disorder (CALMED study): a randomised placebo-controlled trial. Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology, 12, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1177/20451253221090832

Background: Data from case series suggest that clozapine may benefit inpatients with borderline personality disorder (BPD), but randomised trials have not been conducted. Methods: Multicentre, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. We aimed to re... Read More about The clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of clozapine for inpatients with severe borderline personality disorder (CALMED study): a randomised placebo-controlled trial..

An evaluation of a pilot multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education programme (2022)
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Lamph, G., Elliott, A., Gardner, K., Wright, K., Jones, E., Haslam, M., …McKeown, M. (2022). An evaluation of a pilot multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education programme. Journal of Forensic Practice, 24(2), 138-155. https://doi.org/10.1108/JFP-10-2021-0051

Purpose Workforce development is crucial to the offender personality disorder (OPD) service to provide contemporary, evidenced care and treatment. This study aims to provide an overview and the research evaluation results of a regional higher educat... Read More about An evaluation of a pilot multi-professional offender personality disorder (OPD) higher education programme.

A qualitative study of the label of personality disorder from the perspectives of people with lived experience and occupational experience (2021)
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Lamph, G., Dorothy, J., Jeynes, T., Coak, A., Jassat, R., Elliott, A., …Thornton, T. (2022). A qualitative study of the label of personality disorder from the perspectives of people with lived experience and occupational experience. Mental Health Review Journal, 27(1), 31-47. https://doi.org/10.1108/MHRJ-05-2020-0035

Purpose The label “Personality Disorder” continues to divide opinion. Challenges to the terminology of personality disorder led by people with lived experience and supported by critical practitioners and academics are tempered by acknowledgement of... Read More about A qualitative study of the label of personality disorder from the perspectives of people with lived experience and occupational experience.

Learning the subtle dance: The experience of therapists who deliver mentalisation-based therapy for borderline personality disorder. (2021)
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Gardner, K. J., Wright, K. M., Elliott, A., Lamph, G., Graham, S., Parker, L., & Fonagy, P. (2022). Learning the subtle dance: The experience of therapists who deliver mentalisation-based therapy for borderline personality disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 78(2), 105-121. https://doi.org/10.1002/jclp.23208

Objectives This study aimed to understand therapists' lived experiences of delivering mentalisation-based therapy (MBT), including their experiences of service user change. Method One-to-one semi-structured interviews or focus groups were conduc... Read More about Learning the subtle dance: The experience of therapists who deliver mentalisation-based therapy for borderline personality disorder..

A three-phased model to support the design and development of core competency education for liaison mental health clinicians (2021)
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Lamph, G., & Bullen-Foster, C. (2021). A three-phased model to support the design and development of core competency education for liaison mental health clinicians. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 16(3), 213-223. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMHTEP-06-2018-0035

Purpose This paper aims to provide an insight into the design, development and delivery proposals for a first of its kind “Liaison Mental Health Training Programme”. In the UK, there has been a significant investment in Liaison Mental Health Service... Read More about A three-phased model to support the design and development of core competency education for liaison mental health clinicians.

Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapy’ (IAPT) services: a qualitative study exploring patient perspectives on treatment experience (2020)
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Lamph, G., Baker, J., Dickinson, T., & Lovell, K. (2021). Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapy’ (IAPT) services: a qualitative study exploring patient perspectives on treatment experience. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 49, 144–158. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1352465820000594

Background: High numbers of people present with common mental health disorders and co-morbid personality disorder traits in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) services in England and they receive sub-optimal treatments... Read More about Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapy’ (IAPT) services: a qualitative study exploring patient perspectives on treatment experience.

Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care 'Improving Access to Psychological Therapy' services: A qualitative study exploring professionals' perspectives of working with this patient group. (2019)
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Lamph, G., Baker, J., Dickinson, T., & Lovell, K. (2019). Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care 'Improving Access to Psychological Therapy' services: A qualitative study exploring professionals' perspectives of working with this patient group. Personality and Mental Health, 13(3), 168-179. https://doi.org/10.1002/pmh.1454

A high prevalence of people present to ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) in England with common mental health disorders and co-morbid personality disorder. This group have suboptimal treatment outcomes in IAPT. Whilst new short-ter... Read More about Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care 'Improving Access to Psychological Therapy' services: A qualitative study exploring professionals' perspectives of working with this patient group..

Can a carer (peer) led psychoeducation programme improve mental health carers well-being, reduce burden and enrich empowerment: a service evaluation study (2019)
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Chiocchi, J., Lamph, G., Slevin, P., Fisher-Smith, D., & Sampson, M. (2019). Can a carer (peer) led psychoeducation programme improve mental health carers well-being, reduce burden and enrich empowerment: a service evaluation study. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 14(2), 131-140. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMHTEP-10-2018-0057

Purpose Carers of people with mental health problems present with high levels of burden, poor mental well-being and feelings of disempowerment by mental health services. The purpose of this paper is to establish whether providing a psychoeducation s... Read More about Can a carer (peer) led psychoeducation programme improve mental health carers well-being, reduce burden and enrich empowerment: a service evaluation study.

Can an interactive e-learning training package improve the understanding of Personality Disorder within mental health professionals? (2018)
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Lamph, G., Sampson, M., Smith, D., Williamson, G., & Guyers, M. (2018). Can an interactive e-learning training package improve the understanding of Personality Disorder within mental health professionals?. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 13(2), 124-134. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMHTEP-03-2017-0023

Purpose Personality disorder is reported to elicit strong emotional responses and negative attitudes in mental health staff (Bodner et al., 2015). The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the design and development of a co-produced e-l... Read More about Can an interactive e-learning training package improve the understanding of Personality Disorder within mental health professionals?.