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Criminal justice pathways to psychiatric care for psychosis.

Bhui K, Ullrich S, Kallis C, Coid JW - Br J Psychiatry (2015)

Bottom Line: The main outcome was a CJP at first contact compared with other services on the care pathway.CJPs were more common in violent presentations, for greater psychopathy levels and drug use.Violence presentations did not fully explain ethnic vulnerability to CJPs.

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Affiliation: Kamaldeep Bhui, MD, Simone Ullrich, PhD, Constantinos Kallis, PhD, Jeremy W. Coid, MD, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK k.s.bhui@qmul.ac.uk.

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Pathways towards criminal justice system (CJS) for cohort of 481 patients.Ethnic breakdown by CJP for patients: police: White British 19, Black Caribbean 22, Black African 23; prison: White British 4, Black Caribbean 8, Black African 5; solicitor/courts: White British 0, Black Caribbean 1, Black African 0.
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Figure 1: Pathways towards criminal justice system (CJS) for cohort of 481 patients.Ethnic breakdown by CJP for patients: police: White British 19, Black Caribbean 22, Black African 23; prison: White British 4, Black Caribbean 8, Black African 5; solicitor/courts: White British 0, Black Caribbean 1, Black African 0.

Mentions: We recruited 295 men and 186 women, with a mean age of 30.68 years (s.d = 10.05, range 18–64). The majority were single (n = 278, 57.8%) or married (n = 101, 21%) and 214 (45.63%) had some qualifications; 241 (50.1%) were born in the UK. Table 1 provides the ethnic breakdown; the majority were of White British, Black Caribbean or Black African ethnicity (see Fig. 1 for overall pathways and for ethnic breakdown of CJPs).


Criminal justice pathways to psychiatric care for psychosis.

Bhui K, Ullrich S, Kallis C, Coid JW - Br J Psychiatry (2015)

Pathways towards criminal justice system (CJS) for cohort of 481 patients.Ethnic breakdown by CJP for patients: police: White British 19, Black Caribbean 22, Black African 23; prison: White British 4, Black Caribbean 8, Black African 5; solicitor/courts: White British 0, Black Caribbean 1, Black African 0.
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Figure 1: Pathways towards criminal justice system (CJS) for cohort of 481 patients.Ethnic breakdown by CJP for patients: police: White British 19, Black Caribbean 22, Black African 23; prison: White British 4, Black Caribbean 8, Black African 5; solicitor/courts: White British 0, Black Caribbean 1, Black African 0.
Mentions: We recruited 295 men and 186 women, with a mean age of 30.68 years (s.d = 10.05, range 18–64). The majority were single (n = 278, 57.8%) or married (n = 101, 21%) and 214 (45.63%) had some qualifications; 241 (50.1%) were born in the UK. Table 1 provides the ethnic breakdown; the majority were of White British, Black Caribbean or Black African ethnicity (see Fig. 1 for overall pathways and for ethnic breakdown of CJPs).

Bottom Line: The main outcome was a CJP at first contact compared with other services on the care pathway.CJPs were more common in violent presentations, for greater psychopathy levels and drug use.Violence presentations did not fully explain ethnic vulnerability to CJPs.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Kamaldeep Bhui, MD, Simone Ullrich, PhD, Constantinos Kallis, PhD, Jeremy W. Coid, MD, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK k.s.bhui@qmul.ac.uk.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus