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Table of Contents for
Hearing Voices: Qualitative Inquiry in Early Psychosis, edited by Katherine M. Boydell and H. Bruce Ferguson

Preface | Katherine Boydell, University of Toronto

List of Abbreviations

Introduction to Early Intervention in First Episode Psychosis | Jean Addington, University of Calgary

Chapter 1: Recognition of Psychosis in the Pathway to Mental Health Care | Katherine M. Boydell, Elaine Stasiulis, Brenda M. Gladstone, Tiziana Volpe, Jean Addington, Paula Goering, Terry Krupa, and Elizabeth McCay, University of Toronto, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Queen’s University, and Ryerson University

Chapter 2: Help-Seeking Experiences of Youth with First Episode Psychosis: A Research-Based Dance Production | Katherine M. Boydell, Siona Jackson, and John S. Strauss, University of Toronto and Yale University

Chapter 3: Qualitative Research with Families of First Episode and Prodromal Patients | Ruth Gerson and Cheryl Corcoran, Columbia University

Chapter 4: Primary Care Perspectives of First Episode Psychosis | Helen Lester, University of Manchester

Chapter 5: Hearing Echoes: Image Identification and the Clinicians’ (Learning) Experience with Early Intervention | Joan McIlwrick, University of Calgary

Chapter 6: Promoting Constructive Change in the Service System: A Qualitative Study of Change in Staff Attitudes with the Implementation of Early Intervention in Psychosis | Alan Rosen, Joanne Gorrell, Alison Cornish, Vivienne Miller, Chris Tennant, Louise Nash, and Dianne McKay, University of Melbourne

Chapter 7: Ironic Interventions: Balancing Risks and Rewards in First Episode Psychosis via Qualitative Inquiry | Sue E. Estroff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Conclusion | Katherine M. Boydell, H. Bruce Ferguson, and Sarah J. Bovaird, University of Toronto