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Employees under-reporting mental health symptoms

Employer-administered mental health surveys may lead to an under-reporting of symptoms compared to when given by an independent organisation. Read here

Suicide and risk management protocols in mental health research

A scoping review identifies five core components to include in the development of suicide and risk management protocols for mental health researchers. Read here

Psychosis-related PTSD

Psychosis can be traumatic enough to lead to PTSD, with prevalence rates between 14-47% in people with psychosis. Read the systematic review here

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BMC Series Focus Issues

April: Our Changing Environment

In preparation for Earth Day on 22nd April, the BMC Series presents a focus issue on Our Changing Environment, highlighting research from across the journals on climate change, conservation, pollution, and the impact of environmental changes on human health and disease.

March: Rare diseases

With the 28th of February marking World Rare Diseases day, the BMC Series this month looks at highlighting research on the Rare diseases that together affect around 10% of the population. Read the full collection of articles here.

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  1. Authors: Eva Jané-Llopis, Peter Anderson, Lidia Segura, Edurne Zabaleta, Regina Muñoz, Gemma Ruiz, Jürgen Rehm, Carmen Cabezas and Joan Colom

    Content type: Research article

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