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Associate Professor Philip Brinded

PositionClinical Associate Professor
DepartmentDepartment of Psychological Medicine (UOC)
QualificationsMB BS (Lond) FRANZCP
Research summaryPsychiatric Epidemiology

Research

I am Clinical Associate Professor of Forensic Psychiatry with the University and Co-convener of the Postgraduate Paper PSMX 407 'Forensic Mental Health'. My other roles within the DHB are Chief of Psychiatry and Director of Area Mental Health.

Publications

Evans, C., Brinded, P., Simpson, A. I., Frampton, C., & Mulder, R. T. (2010). Validation of brief screening tools for mental disorders among New Zealand prisoners. Psychiatric Services, 61(9), 923-928.

Skipworth, J., Brinded, P., Chaplow, D., & Frampton, C. (2006). Insanity acquittee outcomes in New Zealand. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 40, 1003-1009.

Brinded, P. M. J., & Earthrowl, M. (2004). Mood disorders and forensic psychiatry. In P. R. Joyce & P. B. Mitchell (Eds.), Mood disorders: Recognition and treatment. (pp. 469-484). Sydney, Australia: The University of New South Wales Press Ltd.

Brinded, P. M., Simpson, A. I., Laidlaw, T. M., Fairley, N. A., & Malcolm, F. (2001). Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in New Zealand prisons: A national study. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 35(2), 166-173.

Brinded, P. M., Stevens, I., Mulder, R. T., Fairley, N. A., Malcolm, F., & Wells, J. E. (1999). The Christchurch Prisons Psychiatric Epidemiology Study: Methodology and prevalence rates for psychiatric disorders. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 9, 131-143.

Chapter in Book - Research

Brinded, P. M. J., & Earthrowl, M. (2004). Mood disorders and forensic psychiatry. In P. R. Joyce & P. B. Mitchell (Eds.), Mood disorders: Recognition and treatment. (pp. 469-484). Sydney, Australia: The University of New South Wales Press Ltd.

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Journal - Research Article

Evans, C., Brinded, P., Simpson, A. I., Frampton, C., & Mulder, R. T. (2010). Validation of brief screening tools for mental disorders among New Zealand prisoners. Psychiatric Services, 61(9), 923-928.

Skipworth, J., Brinded, P., Chaplow, D., & Frampton, C. (2006). Insanity acquittee outcomes in New Zealand. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 40, 1003-1009.

Brinded, P. M., Simpson, A. I., Laidlaw, T. M., Fairley, N. A., & Malcolm, F. (2001). Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in New Zealand prisons: A national study. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 35(2), 166-173.

Brinded, P. M., Stevens, I., Mulder, R. T., Fairley, N. A., Malcolm, F., & Wells, J. E. (1999). The Christchurch Prisons Psychiatric Epidemiology Study: Methodology and prevalence rates for psychiatric disorders. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 9, 131-143.

Brinded, P. M., Mulder, R. T., Stevens, I., Fairley, N. A., & Malcolm, F. (1999). The Christchurch Prisons Psychiatric Epidemiology Study: Personality disorders assessment in a prison population. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 9, 144-155.

Brinded, P. A. (1998). A Case of acquittal following confession in a police videotaped interview. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law, 5(1), 133-138.

Brinded, P. A. (1998). Crown prosectuors' views of psychiatric evidence in New Zealand. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law, 5(2).

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