Research

Below are links to documents, reports, and articles that highlight the research findings of the EDIPPP initiative, along with other articles related to research on interventions for persons in both prodromal and first episode stages of psychosis.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

PDF icon Issue Brief: Measuring the Duration of Untreated Psychosis within First Episode Psychosis Coordinated Specialty Care(link is external)

PDF icon Snapshot of State Plans for Using the Community Mental Health Block Grant Ten Percent Set-Aside to Address First Episode Psychos(link is external)

Early Detection and Intervention for the Prevention of Psychosis in Adolescents and Young Adults

PDF icon RWJF Findings Report 2014(link is external)

EDIPPP Baseline & Outcomes Papers

PDF icon Overview in Adolescent Psychiatry(link is external)

PDF icon Outcomes in Schizophrenia Bulletin 2014(link is external)

Articles in the Adolescent Psychiatry Special Issue Spring 2012

Articles(link is external)

The Listing of Links to Recent First Episode and Ultra High Risk Articles

PDF icon Links to Recent First Episode and Ultra High Risk Articles(link is external)

PDF icon Select 2015 Articles on Early Psychosis(link is external)

Community Outreach Evaluation Articles and Reports

PDF icon EDDIPP Community Outreach(link is external)

PDF icon Outreach Evaluation - Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation(link is external)

PDF icon The RWJF Final Outreach Report (2010)(link is external)

Articles on the PIER Program

PDF icon PIER Reduction of Incidence(link is external)

PDF icon PIER Outreach Article Adolescent Psych(link is external)

Slides and Discussion on Clinical Trials to Prevent Full Onset of Psychosis for Those at Elevated Risk

PDF icon Clinical Trials (link is external)

Instruments Used by Coordinated Specialty Care Programs to Evaluate Performance Outcomes

PDF icon Instruments Used by Coordinated Specialty Care Programs to Evaluate Performance Outcomes

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