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Tamsin Jane Ford
Tamsin Jane Ford
University of Cambridge, Department of Psychiatry
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Multidisciplinary research priorities for the COVID-19 pandemic: a call for action for mental health science
EA Holmes, RC O'Connor, VH Perry, I Tracey, S Wessely, L Arseneault, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (6), 547-560, 2020
62252020
Mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal probability sample survey of the UK population
M Pierce, H Hope, T Ford, S Hatch, M Hotopf, A John, E Kontopantelis, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (10), 883-892, 2020
27452020
Using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) to screen for child psychiatric disorders in a community sample
R Goodman, T Ford, H Simmons, R Gatward, H Meltzer
The British journal of psychiatry 177 (6), 534-539, 2000
22812000
Mental health of children and adolescents in Great Britain
H Meltzer, R Gatward, R Goodman, T Ford
International review of Psychiatry 15 (1-2), 185-187, 2003
22142003
The development and well‐being assessment: Description and initial validation of an integrated assessment of child and adolescent psychopathology
R Goodman, T Ford, H Richards, R Gatward, H Meltzer
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 41 (5), 645-655, 2000
20202000
Mental health of children and young people in Great Britain, 2004
McGinnity, H Meltzer, T Ford, R Goodman
Palgrave macmillan, 2005
18172005
The British child and adolescent mental health survey 1999: the prevalence of DSM-IV disorders
T Ford, R Goodman, H Meltzer
Journal of the American academy of child & adolescent psychiatry 42 (10…, 2003
17942003
ADHD in children and young people: prevalence, care pathways, and service provision
K Sayal, V Prasad, D Daley, T Ford, D Coghill
The Lancet Psychiatry 5 (2), 175-186, 2018
10152018
Mental health interventions in schools in high-income countries
M Fazel, K Hoagwood, S Stephan, T Ford
The Lancet Psychiatry 1 (5), 377-387, 2014
7412014
Psychiatric disorder among British children looked after by local authorities: comparison with children living in private households
T Ford, P Vostanis, H Meltzer, R Goodman
The British Journal of Psychiatry 190 (4), 319-325, 2007
7142007
Selective drop-out in longitudinal studies and non-biased prediction of behaviour disorders
D Wolke, A Waylen, M Samara, C Steer, R Goodman, T Ford, K Lamberts
The British Journal of Psychiatry 195 (3), 249-256, 2009
6542009
The mental health of young people looked after by local authorities in England
H Meltzer, R Gatward, T Corbin, R Goodman, T Ford
London: The Stationery Office, 2003
6222003
Prevalence of obsessive–compulsive disorder in the British nationwide survey of child mental health
I Heyman, E Fombonne, H Simmons, T Ford, H Meltzer, R Goodman
The British Journal of Psychiatry 179 (4), 324-329, 2001
4862001
Using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) to screen for child psychiatric disorders in a community sample
R Goodman, T Ford, H Simmons, R Gatward, H Meltzer
International Review of Psychiatry 15 (1-2), 166-172, 2003
4812003
Process, outcome and experience of transition from child to adult mental healthcare: multiperspective study
SP Singh, M Paul, T Ford, T Kramer, T Weaver, S McLaren, K Hovish, ...
The British journal of psychiatry 197 (4), 305-312, 2010
4392010
Is teachers’ mental health and wellbeing associated with students’ mental health and wellbeing?
S Harding, R Morris, D Gunnell, T Ford, W Hollingworth, K Tilling, R Evans, ...
Journal of affective disorders 242, 180-187, 2019
4232019
The association between socioeconomic disadvantage and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): a systematic review
AE Russell, T Ford, R Williams, G Russell
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 47, 440-458, 2016
4222016
Teachers' wellbeing and depressive symptoms, and associated risk factors: A large cross sectional study in English secondary schools
J Kidger, R Brockman, K Tilling, R Campbell, T Ford, R Araya, M King, ...
Journal of affective disorders 192, 76-82, 2016
4222016
Says who? The significance of sampling in mental health surveys during COVID-19
M Pierce, S McManus, C Jessop, A John, M Hotopf, T Ford, S Hatch, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (7), 567-568, 2020
4062020
Mental health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic: a latent class trajectory analysis using longitudinal UK data
M Pierce, S McManus, H Hope, M Hotopf, T Ford, SL Hatch, A John, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 8 (7), 610-619, 2021
3472021
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