Dr Dawn Edge
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Does stigma keep poor young immigrant and US-born black and Latina women from seeking mental health care?
E Nadeem, JM Lange, D Edge, M Fongwa, T Belin, J Miranda
Psychiatric Services 58 (12), 1547-1554, 2007
Dealing with it: Black Caribbean women's response to adversity and psychological distress associated with pregnancy, childbirth, and early motherhood
D Edge, A Rogers
Social science & medicine 61 (1), 15-25, 2005
Access to primary mental health care for hard-to-reach groups: from ‘silent suffering’to ‘making it work’
M Kovandžić, C Chew-Graham, J Reeve, S Edwards, S Peters, D Edge, ...
Social science & medicine 72 (5), 763-772, 2011
Perinatal depression among black Caribbean women
D Edge, D Baker, A Rogers
Health & social care in the community 12 (5), 430-438, 2004
What drives poor functioning in the at-risk mental state? A systematic review
J Cotter, RJ Drake, S Bucci, J Firth, D Edge, AR Yung
Schizophrenia research 159 (2-3), 267-277, 2014
Ethnicity, psychosocial risk, and perinatal depression—a comparative study among inner-city women in the United Kingdom
D Edge
Journal of psychosomatic research 63 (3), 291-295, 2007
Falling through the net—Black and minority ethnic women and perinatal mental healthcare: health professionals' views
D Edge
General hospital psychiatry 32 (1), 17-25, 2010
Ethnicity and mental health encounters in primary care: help-seeking and help-giving for perinatal depression among Black Caribbean women in the UK
D Edge, SC MacKian
Ethnicity & health 15 (1), 93-111, 2010
Using mobile technology to deliver a cognitive behaviour therapy-informed intervention in early psychosis (Actissist): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
S Bucci, C Barrowclough, J Ainsworth, R Morris, K Berry, M Machin, ...
Trials 16 (1), 404, 2015
Actissist: proof-of-concept trial of a theory-driven digital intervention for psychosis
S Bucci, C Barrowclough, J Ainsworth, M Machin, R Morris, K Berry, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 44 (5), 1070-1080, 2018
‘We don’t see Black women here’: an exploration of the absence of Black Caribbean women from clinical and epidemiological data on perinatal depression in the UK
D Edge
Midwifery 24 (4), 379-389, 2008
The experience of postnatal depression in West African mothers living in the United Kingdom: A qualitative study
PL Gardner, P Bunton, D Edge, A Wittkowski
Midwifery 30 (6), 756-763, 2014
Foreign-Born Women's Experiences of Community-Based Doulas in Sweden—A Qualitative Study
S Akhavan, D Edge
Health care for women international 33 (9), 833-848, 2012
Culturally determined risk factors for postnatal depression in Sub-Saharan Africa: a mixed method systematic review
A Wittkowski, PL Gardner, P Bunton, D Edge
Journal of affective disorders 163, 115-124, 2014
Why are you cast down, o my soul? Exploring intersections of ethnicity, gender, depression, spirituality and implications for Black British Caribbean women’s mental health
D Edge
Critical Public Health 23 (1), 39-48, 2013
‘It's leaflet, leaflet, leaflet then,“see you later”’: black Caribbean women's perceptions of perinatal mental health care
D Edge
Br J Gen Pract 61 (585), 256-262, 2011
Pregnancy as an ideal time for intervention to address the complex needs of black and minority ethnic women: Views of British midwives
MRJV Aquino, D Edge, DM Smith
Midwifery 31 (3), 373-379, 2015
Therapeutic alliance in psychological therapy for people with schizophrenia and related psychoses: A systematic review
L Shattock, K Berry, A Degnan, D Edge
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 25 (1), e60-e85, 2018
The nature and efficacy of culturally-adapted psychosocial interventions for schizophrenia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A Degnan, S Baker, D Edge, W Nottidge, M Noke, CJ Press, N Husain, ...
Psychological medicine 48 (5), 714-727, 2018
A comparison of psychotropic medication prescribing patterns in East of England prisons and the general population
L Hassan, J Senior, M Frisher, D Edge, J Shaw
Journal of psychopharmacology 28 (4), 357-362, 2014
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