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Factors predicting adherence with psychiatric follow-up appointments for patients assessed by the liaison psychiatric team in the emergency department.Agyapong, Vincent I O; Rogers, Cathy; Machale, Siobhan; Cotter, David; St. Patrick's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org (2010)Several factors may predict adherence with psychiatric follow-up appointment for patients seen in the emergency department (ED) by liaison psychiatric teams. Awareness of these factors would allow for interventions targeted at vulnerable groups.
Shared care between specialized psychiatric services and primary care: the experiences and expectations of consultant psychiatrists in Ireland.Agyapong, Vincent I O; Conway, Catherine; Guerandel, Allys; University of Dublin Trinity College and St. Patrick's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. email@example.com (2011)Internationally, there has been a growing interest in the pursuit of collaborative forms of care for patients with enduring mental health difficulties.
Sources of patients' knowledge of the adverse effects of psychotropic medication and the perceived influence of adverse effects on compliance among service users attending community mental health services.Agyapong, Vincent I O; Nwankwo, Vincent; Bangaru, Raju; Kirrane, Rachelle; Department of Psychiatry, University of Dublin and St Patrick's University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org (2009-12)Noncompliance with medication has been a complex issue with patients with severe mental illness during the last few decades, and adverse effects of medication have been identified as a major contributor to noncompliance.