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Lived experiences of coercive intervention in psychosis

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  • Knight, S. et al. ‘It just feels like an invasion’: Black first-episode psychosis patients’ experiences with coercive intervention and its influence on help-seeking behaviours. J. Black Psychol. (2022)

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  • Knight, S. et al. Ethnoracial differences in coercive referral and intervention among patients with first-episode psychosis. Psychiatr. Serv. (2021)

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Richler, J. Lived experiences of coercive intervention in psychosis. Nat Rev Psychol 2, 8 (2023).

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