Felix Clay

Felix Clay
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust · Department of Psychiatry

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Publications (13)
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Life, Animated (2016), directed by Roger Ross Williams is a documentary that centres around the life of Owen Suskind; an autistic person. In recent decades, the media has become a powerful tool that has been used to typify and inform public opinion surrounding autism. This article analyses the portrayal of autism in Life, Animated and draws out imp...
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Aims To report on our progress and feedback running the Cambridge Mental Health Film Club. To share the recent development of a Standard Operating Protocol to help others organise Mental Health Film Screenings in order to foster discussion, engage the public, reduce stigma about mental health and build understanding. Background Cinema lends itself...
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Objective To systematically review randomized trials of the effectiveness of inpatient Consultation-Liaison (C-L) Psychiatry service models in improving patient outcomes, reducing length of hospital stay and decreasing healthcare costs. Method We searched databases including Ovid Medline, Ovid Embase, Ovid PsycINFO and EBSCO CINAHL for relevant tr...
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Background: Immersive virtual reality (iVR) allows seamless interaction with simulated environments and is becoming an established tool in clinical research. It is unclear whether iVR is acceptable to people with Alzheimer's disease (AD) dementia or useful in their care. We explore whether iVR is a viable research tool that may aid the detection a...
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Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) services have been youth-focused since their inception. In England, recent National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines and new National Health Service (NHS) Standards for EIP recommend the expansion of the age acceptability criterion from 14–35 to 14–65. In the Cambridgeshire and Peterbo...
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Aims and method: We aimed to evaluate the MARSIPAN-guidance-adapted Early Warning Sign system (MARSI-MEWS) in respect to clinical governance standards for accuracy and completion. We performed a full audit cycle; between audit rounds, we addressed intrinsic information design problems related to the form in operation and provided guidance to staff...
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We used the Stroop Test to investigate the neurological substrate of executive attention and action selection processes. Prior fMRI Stroop studies have used covert methods in which it is difficult to know if subjects evoke a Stroop effect.
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Aims and method Following the introduction of new standards for early intervention in psychosis (EIP) in England, EIP services are accepting referrals for people aged 35–65. The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough EIP service (CAMEO) aimed to explore the immediate implications for the service, especially with regards to referral numbers and sources. Da...
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Background: Primary care services frequently provide the initial contact between people with dementia and health service providers. Early diagnosis and screening programmes have been suggested as a possible strategy to improve the identification of such individuals and treatment and planning health and social care support. Objective: To determin...
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Recently published randomized trials examining skin closure technique on postcesarean wound complications have produced conflicting results. We performed a metaanalysis of trials comparing staples and subcuticular sutures for skin closure at cesarean section (CS). Pooled outcome measures were calculated using random effects models. Primary outcomes...
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Semantic and orthographic learning of new words was investigated with the help of the picture-word interference (PWI) task. In this version of the Stroop task, picture naming is delayed by the simultaneous presentation of a semantically related as opposed to an unrelated distractor word (a specific PWI effect), as well as by an unrelated word compa...

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