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  • Gulati, Gautam (University of Limerick, 2018)
    The mental healthcare of prisoners is seen as a public health challenge internationally. Emerging research has highlighted higher rates of mental illness and intellectual disabilities in prisons as compared to general ...
  • Moloney, N.; Gulati, Gautam (Cambridge University Press, 2019)
    The global prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is 62/10 000 (Elsabbagh et al. 2012). A large cross-sectional study of schoolchildren (Sweeney et al. 2016) estimated the prevalence of ASD as 1% in Irish mainstream schools
  • Moloney, N.; Glynn, K.; Harding, E.; Murphy, Valerie; Gulati, Gautam (Cambridge University Press, 2020)
    Background. Research has shown that religious affiliation has a protective effect against deliberate self-harm. This is particularly pronounced in periods of increased religious significance, such as periods of worship, ...
  • Duffy, Richard M.; Gulati, Gautam; Paralikar, Vasudeo; Kasar, Niket; Goyal, Nishant; Desousa, Avinash; Kelly, Brendan D. (Medknow Publications, 2019)
    Background: India’s Mental Healthcare Act, 2017 (MHCA) greatly restricts the use of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in minors and bans unmodified ECT. Indian psychiatrists have raised concerns that these measures may deprive ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Whelan, D.; Spain, Eimear; Meagher, David; Dunne, Colum P. (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
    Hunger strikes in a custodial setting are complex to manage clinically, with associated legal and ethical complexities. Hunger strikes in Irish prisons have received, and are likely to continue to be the focus of, ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Kelly, Brendan D.; Meagher, David; Kennedy, Harry; Dunne, Colum P. (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
    Objectives. We sought to identify and review published studies that discuss the ethical considerations, from a physician’s perspective, of managing a hunger strike in a prison setting. Methods. A database search was ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Murphy, Valerie Elzabeth; Clarke, Ana; Delcelliher, Kristin; Meagher, David; Kennedy, Harry; Fistein, Elizabeth; Bogue, John; Dunne, Colum P. (Emerald, 2018)
    Purpose While individuals with an intellectual disability form a significant minority in the worldwide prison population, their healthcare needs require specialist attention. In Ireland, services for prisoners with ...
  • Murphy, Valerie; Hallahan, Brian; O'Connell, Henry; Wright, Brenda; O'Kelly, Brendan; Gulati, Gautam; Shankar, Rohit (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    Epilepsy and mental illness have a bidirectional association. Psychiatrists are likely to encounter epilepsy as comorbidity. Seizures may present as mental illness. Equally, the management of psychiatric conditions has ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Quigley, Stephen; Murphy, Valerie Elzabeth; Yacoub, Evan; Bogue, John; Kearns, Anthony; O'Neill, Conor; Kelly, Mary; Morrison, Aideen; Griffin, Gerard; Blewitt, Mary; Fistein, Elizabeth; Meagher, David; Dunne, Colum P. (Emerald, 2018)
    Individuals with an intellectual disability (ID) form a significant minority in the Irish prison population and worldwide prison populations. There is growing recognition that specialist services for such individuals are ...
  • Gulati, Gautam; Keating, N.; O'Neill, Aoife; Delaunois, I.; Meagher, David; Dunne, Colum P. (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    Aims. To systematically review studies from Irish prisons that estimate the prevalence of major mental illness, alcohol and substance misuse, and homelessness at the time of committal. Methods. Healthcare databases were ...

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