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Andrew Low

Mr Andrew Low, MRPharmS

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  • There is more to mental illness than geneticsSubscription

    13 AUG 2014

    In a research briefing (2014;293:133) you reviewed a study published in Nature about the genetics of schizophrenia, which is one of those destructive conditions that damages and costs society so much. The wealth of new findings does sound like a breakthrough but we should not overlook the effect of external factors on the individual with schizophrenia

  • Engage with mental illnessSubscription

    PJ, 5 April 2014, Vol 292, No 7804

    It was refreshing to see the attention you gave to schizophrenia (PJ 2014;292:342). It would be great to see pharmacists engaging with the condition. Does anyone really know, though, how to address these serious mental illnesses?

  • A "common cold" of psychiatric conditionsSubscription

    PJ, December 2013

    I read with interest your article “Real insights into antidepressant use” (PJ 2013;291:601). The website www.healthtalkonline.org is really good. In mental health care, depression is sometimes referred to as the “common cold” of psychiatric conditions. With the condition being so prevalent and with such a high incidence, pharmacy is a focal point for symptoms and an

  • The time is nowSubscription

    Online, February 2014

  • First aid for broken heartsSubscription

    PJ, 15 March 2014, Vol 292, No 7801

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