The associations between migrant status and ethnicity and the identification of individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis and transition to psychosis: a systematic review
Danielle Moore, Emily Castagnini, Nathan Mifsud, Hellen Geros, Holly Sizer, Jean Addington, Mark van der Gaag, Barnaby Nelson, Patrick McGorry, Brian O'Donoghue
SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRIC EPIDEMIOLOGY | SPRINGER HEIDELBERG | Published : 2021
PURPOSE: Migrant and ethnic minority populations exhibit a higher incidence of psychotic disorders. The Ultra-High Risk for psychosis (UHR) paradigm provides an opportunity to explore the stage at which such factors influence the development of psychosis. In this systematic review, we collate and appraise the literature on the association between ethnicity and migrant status and the rate of identification of individuals at UHR, as well as their rate of transition to psychosis. METHODS: We conducted a systematic review in the Ovid Medline, PsychINFO, Pubmed, CINAHL and EMBASE databases according to PRISMA guidelines. We included studies written in English that included an UHR cohort, provided..View full abstract
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Dr Brian O'Donoghue is funded by NHMRC Early Career Fellowship-APP1142045.