Open Access COVID-19 Contributions from Our Members

Basrak, N., Mulcrone, N., Sharifuddin, S., Ghumman, Z., Bechan, N., Mohamed, N., Murray, M., Rajendran, H., Gunnigle, S., Nolan, M., Quane, T., Terao, M., Hoare, T., Kirrane, K., Kennedy, H.G., and Davoren, M. (2021). Risk of adverse outcome of COVID-19 among patients in secure psychiatric services: observational cohort study. BJPsych Open, 7(e31), 1–7. 

Lemieux, A. J., Dumais Michaud, A. A., Damasse, J., Morin-Major, J. K., Nguyen, T. N., Lesage, A., & Crocker, A. G. (2020). Management of COVID-19 for Persons with Mental Illness in Secure Units: A Rapid International Review to Inform Practice in Qu├ębec. Victims & Offenders, 1-24.

Martin, K., Arbour, S., McGregor, C., & Rice, M. (2021). Silver linings: Observed reductions in aggression and use of restraints and seclusion in psychiatric inpatient care during COVID-19. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.

Simpson, A. I. F. , Chatterjee, S. , Darby, P. , Jones, R. M. , Maheandiran, M. , Penney, S. R. , … Wilkie, T. (2020). Management of COVID-19 response in a secure forensic mental health setting. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 65(10), 695–700. 

Tomlin, J. (2020). What does social distancing mean for patients in forensic mental health settings?. Forensic Science International: Mind and Law, 1,

**IAFMHS Members who have authored open access papers relating to COVID-19 and wish to have them listed here, please email with the paper reference.

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