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Google Hangout: Early identification of recurrent mood disorders in youth

4 Mar, 15 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

Our first Google Hangout

Last week we ran our first Google Hangout (video conference) that was streamed live through our EBMH YouTube and Google+ account. The theme of the discussion was based on Anne Duffy’s paper on ‘early identification of recurrent mood disorders in youth: the importance of a developmental approach‘ and we had a fantastic panel of guest speakers who joined us to discuss the latest evidence.

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The discussion

Here is the recording of the Hangout on YouTube:

 

You can also catch up with tweets during the Hangout, here:

https://storify.com/EBMentalHealth/google-hangout-and-tweet-chat-identifiying

#EBMHchat Storify – Treating bipolar depression, the most vexing part of bipolar disorder

5 Dec, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

 

We have Storify’d the last tweet chat we had with Professor Trevor Young (University of Toronto). So if you missed it, don’t worry you can catch up here: more…

#EBMHchat – Treating bipolar depression, the most common & vexing part of bipolar disorder

7 Nov, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

 

Enjoyed our last two tweet chats? We did, so we’ve organised another!

It will be on Wednesday 19th November at 3pm GMT, do join us, all are welcome.

Follow us on @EBMentalHealth and use #EBMHchat to join in. more…

#EBMHchat Storify – Pharmacotherapy of treatment-resistant schizophrenia: evidence base & clinical challenges

28 Oct, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

Catch-up on the tweets from our #EBMHchat held on Friday 17th October, with guest author Professor Stefan Leucht (TU-München). more…

#EBMHchat – Pharmacotherapy of treatment-resistant schizophrenia: evidence base and clinical challenges

3 Oct, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

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#EBMHchat storify – Violence & mental illness: associations, risk factors & risk assessment

1 Oct, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

Here is the Storify (social media archive) of our first tweet chat with guest author Professor Seena Fazel (University of Oxford), on ‘Violence and mental illness: associations, risk factors and risk assessment’. more…

#EBMHchat: Violence and mental illness: associations, risk factors and risk assessment

29 Aug, 14 | by Holly Millward, Associate Editor

 

twitter sketch iconsCalling all mental health professionals, students and interested others: Evidence Based Mental Health (EBMH, ebmh.bmj.com) will be launching its first Twitter chat on the 12th September at 3pm BST and we would love you all to join us!

Follow us on @EBMentalHealth and use #EBMHchat to join in. more…

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