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Dr Vanessa Pinfold – selected research publications

Larsen J, Ainsworth E, Harrop C, Patterson S, Hamilton S, Szymczynska P, Tew J, Manthorpe J, Pinfold V. (2013) Implementing personalisation for people with mental health problems: a comparative case study of four local authorities in England. Journal of Mental Health

Corker E, Hamilton S, Henderson C, Weeks C, Pinfold V et al (2013) Experiences of discrimination among people using mental health services in England 2008-2011. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202: s58-s63.

Lobban F, Glenworth D, Wainwright L, Pinfold V et al (2011) Relatives Education And Coping Toolkit – REACT.  Study protocol of a randomised controlled trial to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of a supported self management package for relatives of people with recent onset psychosis.  BMC Psychiatry 11: 100

Hamilton S, Pinfold V, Rose D, Henderson C, Lewis Holmes E, Flach C and Thornicroft T (2011) The effect of disclosure of mental illness by interviewers on reports of discrimination experienced by service users: A randomized study. International Review of Psychiatry, 23(1): 47-54.

Pinfold V, and Teasdale M (2009) The role of the voluntary sector. In Gelder (eds) New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry, second edition. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Pinfold V (2008) Time to change – let’s end mental health discrimination: the challenges ahead (letter to editor) The British Journal of Psychiatry, 193: 507.

Pinfold V, Rapport J, Bellringer S (2007) Developing partnerships with carers through good practice in information sharing.  Mental Health Review, 12 (2): 7-14.

Slade M, Pinfold V, Rapaport J et al (2007) Best practice when service users do not consent to sharing information with their carers: national multi-method study.  The British Journal of Psychiatry190: 148-155.

Morgan C, Burns T, Fitzpatrick, R, Pinfold V, Priebe S (2007).  Social exclusion and mental health: Conceptual and methodological reviewThe British Journal of Psychiatry, 191: 477-483.

Pinfold V, Byrne P, Toulmin H (2005) Challenging stigma and discrimination in communities: A focus group study identifying UK mental health service users’ main campaign priorities.  International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 51(2): 128-138.

Pinfold V, Huxley P, Thornicroft G et al (2003) Reducing psychiatric stigma and discrimination: Evaluating an educational intervention with the police force in England.  Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 38: 337-344.

Pinfold V, Huxley P, Thornicroft G et al (2003) Reducing psychiatric stigma and discrimination: evaluation of educational interventions in UK secondary schools.  British Journal of Psychiatry, 182: 342-346.

Pinfold, V, Bindman, J and Thornicroft, G et al (2001) Persuading the persuadable: An evaluation of compulsory treatment in the community using Supervised Discharge Orders.  Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 36:260-266

Dr Vanessa Pinfold – other publications:

Contributing author for Caring for Yourself, a self help workbook consisting of 8 booklets written in 2012 with Dr Grainne Fadden, Director of the Meriden Family Programme for Rethink Mental Illness.  The workbook is a guide for anyone who cares for someone with a mental illness, whether they are a parent, sibling or friend.

Secretariat for the Schizophrenia Commission which published The Abandoned Illness in  2012, the report of the Commission’s has year-long inquiry and consolidation of evidence on living with schizophrenia and psychosis, proposing priority actions to transform the lives of people affected by schizophrenia and psychosis.

Member of the Priority Setting Partnership on Schizophrenia for the James Lind Alliance .  The Partnership developed an agreed ‘Top 10 Treatment Uncertainties for Schizophrenia’, with input from patients, carers and clinicians, in January 2011.

Daryl Sweet – selected research publications

Pinfold V, Sweet D, Porter I, Quinn C, Byng R, Griffiths C, et al.Improving community health networks for people with severe mental illness: a case study investigation. Health Serv Deliv Res 2015;3(5)