Publications

Selected Publications

Lexical Knowledge Degradation in Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 2000, 45; 123-131.

Retrospective Variant of Morbid Jealousy. Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry, 2001, Vol 5, 6; 26-27.

Replication of reduced Kamin Blocking in non-paranoid schizophrenia: associations with Schizotypy. Journal of Psychiatric Research (2003), 37, 155-163.

Can neuroplasticity improve our understanding of semantic memory deficit in schizophrenia? History and Philosophy of Psychology (2004), 6, 1, 48-58.

An early marker for Semantic memory in patients with schizophrenia Cognitive Neuropsychiatry (2004), 9(4), 267-279.

Measuring memory impairment in community-based patients with schizophrenia. British Journal of Psychiatry (2006), 189: 132-136.

Abnormal prediction error is associated with negative and depressive symptoms in schizophrenia. Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry (2008), 32(1):116-23.

Assessment and management of schizophrenia. The Foundation years (2009), 5 (1), 7-11.

Rebuilding mental health services in Iraq. International Psychiatry (2012), 9 (3), 58-60.

Semantic Memory and Symptomatology in Schizophrenia: A Review. in Psychosis: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment (2012), 7, 133-166.

Semantic Memory Associated with Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia. in Psychosis: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment (2012), 8, 167-182.

Reading in Schizophrenic Subjects and Their Non-symptomatic First-Degree Relatives. Schizophrenia Bulletin (2013) 39 (4): 896-907.

Ability to shift to voluntary attention strategies affects performance on a covert detection task in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research (2014) 153, 1, 119.

Retinal abnormalities as potential biomarkers in schizophrenia,  Neuro-Ophthalmology, (2015) 39, 1, 61-62.

Use of Aripiprazole Long Acting Injection in Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia. Case Report in Psychiatry (Published online 2016 Feb 15):7912083

Selected Presentations

"Iraq on the Ground: The View Through the Psychiatrist's Lens" Anita Everett, Mohammed Al-Uzri, Allen Dyer, American Psychiatric Association, Washington, DC. May 8, 2008.

Integrating Mental Health into Primary Care in Iraq: Report and Prospect. Symposium at 20th World Congress of Social Psychiatry, Marrakech, 23-27 October 2010.

Chaired symposium on “War, Conflict, and Complex Emergencies: Mental Health in Iraq” World Psychiatric Association, Istanbul, Turkey, June 11, 2011.

Iraq mental health survey. Oral presentation at 3rd World Congress of Cultural Psychiatry, World Association of Cultural Psychiatry, London 9-11 march 2012.

Trauma and mental health, lessons from Iraq. Oral presentation at British Arab Psychiatrists association Annual General Meeting, Northampton 16 September 2012.

The UK-IRAQ DelPHE project: Evaluating its impact on Iraq’s medical education. Oral presentation at E-Learning & Medical Education, Iraqi Medical Association meeting, London 17 march 2013.

Volunteering role in reconstruction of society post conflict. Oral presentation at The world in denial? Global mental health matters, Royal Society of Medicine conference, London 26-27 March 2013.

Impact of Community Treatment Orders on Inpatient Bed Usage in Assertive Outreach Patients. Royal College of Psychiatrists, Trent Division Annual meeting, East Midland Hilton Hotel 19th Nov 2014.

Panel discussion: Supporting Iraqi Development and Peace-Building: Opportunities and Challenges for UK Higher Education. Academic Engagement with Iraq – sharing knowledge and building links, British Council, London 13th March 2015.

Update on RCPsych Medical Training Initiative. International Congress of Royal College of Psychiatrists, Birmingham 30th June 2015.

Global Health and Academia: Beyond the Service. The Royal College of Radiologists 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting, London 7th Sep 2015.

International Psychiatry workshop,  The Royal College of Psychiatry Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Annual conference, Birmingham 13 May 2016

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