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  1. Sexual health promotion in people with severe mental illness: the RESPECT feasibility RCT
  2. Mental health pathways from a sexual assault centre: A review of the literature
  3. Mental health nurses can play a key role in supporting gay, bisexual and two-spirit men experiencing mental health challenges and inequalities
  4. Sexual violence and mental health services: a call to action
  5. Understanding the current sexual health service provision for mental health consumers by nurses in mental health settings: Findings from a Survey in Australia and England
  6. Mental Health Staff Perceptions and Practice Regarding Self-Harm, Suicidality and Help-Seeking in LGBTQ Youth: Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in the UK
  7. Identifying and addressing sexual health in serious mental illness: Views of mental health staff working in two National Health Service organizations in England
  8. Corrigendum: The social determinants of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth suicidality in England: a mixed methods study
  9. Preventing blood-borne virus infection in people who inject drugs in the UK: systematic review, stakeholder interviews, psychosocial intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial
  10. Prescribers’ views and experiences of assessing the appropriateness of prescribed medications in a specialist addiction service
  11. The social determinants of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth suicidality in England: a mixed methods study
  12. Norms and normalisation: understanding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth, suicidality and help-seeking
  13. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Psychosocial Interventions to Reduce Drug and Sexual Blood Borne Virus Risk Behaviours Among People Who Inject Drugs
  14. The acceptability and feasibility of a brief psychosocial intervention to reduce blood-borne virus risk behaviours among people who inject drugs: a randomised control feasibility trial of a psychosocial intervention (the PROTECT study) versus treatment...
  15. The prevalence of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) use in non-clinical populations: a systematic review protocol
  16. Disentangling psychopathology, substance use and dependence: a factor analysis
  17. Multimorbidity in people with mental illness: translating evidence to practice
  18. Sexual health, relationships and mental health
  19. A systematic review of the effects of novel psychoactive substances ‘legal highs’ on people with severe mental illness
  20. Infection in people with severe mental illness – Authors' reply
  21. Prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C in people with severe mental illness: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  22. The unlearned lesson
  23. Hope not heart-sink: is stigma the main barrier to help and recovery for people with Dual Diagnosis
  24. Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions for Depression Symptoms in Patients Accessing Drug and Alcohol Treatment
  25. Editorial
  26. The importance of networks: we are stronger together
  27. Sexual safety and severe mental illness
  28. Loneliness amongst older people: findings from a survey in Coventry, UK
  29. Editorial
  30. Integrated RNA extraction and RT-PCR for semi-quantitative gene expression studies on a microfluidic device
  31. Understanding and addressing obstacles to recovery for people with a dual diagnosis
  32. The importance of local and regional networks in supporting dual diagnosis in clinical practice
  33. The UK Government Alcohol Strategy
  34. Working in Mental Health
  35. “Acute concerns”: is the mental health workforce equipped and supported to meet complex needs?
  36. Editorial
  37. Service provider response to mental health and alcohol in the North West Region of England: a scoping exercise
  38. Observations on alcohol‐related mental illness in the North West of England: better use of service data can help tackle health inequalities and improve commissioning
  39. Integrated dual diagnosis treatment in Eindhoven
  40. National e‐learning resource for dual diagnosis
  41. An international outlook
  42. Integrated motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural therapy for people with psychosis and comorbid substance misuse: randomised controlled trial
  43. ‘All change, please’
  44. National Institute for Clinical Excellence: Guidance For Alcohol
  45. Dual diagnosis training for the criminal justice workforce
  46. Substance use has a higher profile in the new government strategy for mental health
  47. The Bradley Report and its implications for dual diagnosis
  48. Why isn't ‘mainstreaming’ working?
  49. Facilitating the dialogue between service users and participants in a training situation
  50. Specialist teams or mainstream care?
  51. A brief survey of service development needs for dual diagnosis in East Midlands prisons
  52. HIV prevention for people with serious mental illness: a survey of mental health workers’ attitudes, knowledge and practice
  53. Sexual Health and HIV Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Questionnaire
  54. Editorial
  55. A pilot of team‐based dual diagnosis training for assertive Outreach teams
  56. Welcome to Advances in Dual Diagnosis
  57. Policy context for dual diagnosis service delivery
  58. Integrated Care for Co-occurring Disorders: Psychiatric Symptoms, Social Functioning, and Service Costs at 18 Months
  59. Training in dual diagnosis interventions (the COMO Study): Randomised controlled trial
  60. Effects of training community staff in interventions for substance misuse in dual diagnosis patients with psychosis (COMO study): Cluster randomised trial
  61. The challenges of developing dual diagnosis capabilities for acute inpatient staff
  62. A pilot study of dual diagnosis training in prisons
  63. Connecting capitals
  64. A review of the literature on HIV infection and schizophrenia: implications for research, policy and clinical practice
  65. Cannabis Use and Psychosis