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Cardiometabolic health in young people with psychosis - Psychosis Research Unit
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Cardiometabolic health in young people with psychosis

Cardiometabolic health in young people with psychosis

Shiers D & Curtis J

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The International Early Psychosis Association formally launched Healthy Active Lives (HeAL) on Nov 19, 2014 in Tokyo. This international consensus declaration is a call to arms for health professionals and service providers to pay far greater attention to the cardiovascular and metabolic health of people experiencing psychosis for the first time, right from the onset of treatment. HeAL is an international statement with a focus on prevention of the 20 year life expectancy gap for people with severe mental illness that was highlighted in The Lancet Psychiatry’s recent demand for activism for poor physical health

Carl Bateson

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