Video Abstract on the Prevention of Psychosis in Adolescents – Prof. Paolo Fusar-Poli

Watch this video abstract from Professor Paolo Fusar-Poli, on his JCPP paper on the prevention of psychosis in adolescents.

Paper: ‘Annual Research Review: Prevention of psychosis in adolescents – systematic review and meta-analysis of advances in detection, prognosis and intervention’

Authors: Ana Catalan, Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo, Julio Vaquerizo Serrano, Pierluca Mosillo, Helen Baldwin, Aranzazu Fernández-Rivas, Carmen Moreno, Celso Arango, Christoph U. Correll, Ilaria Bonoldi, Paolo Fusar-Poli

First published: 14 September 2020

Watch it via our YouTube channel or via the embedded video below.

Professor Paolo Fusar Poli
Professor Paolo Fusar Poli

Paolo Fusar-Poli is a Professor of Preventive Psychiatry at the Department of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London (KCL), where he heads the Early Psychosis: Intervention and Clinical-detection Laboratory (EPIC Lab). He is also a consultant psychiatrist in the Outreach And Support In South-London (OASIS) mental health service at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, one of the oldest and largest preventive services worldwide. Much of his research utilises evidence-based medicine, clinical prediction, neuroscience and experimental therapeutics and aims to develop new and effective strategies to improve the prevention of mental disorders.

He completed his medical studies, psychiatric training, PhD and first consultant job at the University of Pavia, Italy, where he is Associate Professor. During his PhD he moved to the IoPPN: this collaborative relationship has continued ever since.

He is author of about 400 publications in PubMed journals, with h-index of 94 (up to 2021), invited speaker and/or chairman in several national and international scientific conferences and principal investigator or co-investigator of national and international grants focused on the prevention of mental disorders. He chairs national and international clinical research networks for the prevention of mental disorders. (Bio from Kings College London)

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