Insight & Psychosis: study into the effects of video self observation and insight in adolescent and young adult patients with psychosis
Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Maine Medical Center, Maine Medical Center Research Institute, Grand Rounds, Internal Medicine, Maine Behavioral Health, Maine Medical Center
Young Adult, Adolescent, Psychotic Disorders, Communications Media
-Limited evidence on success ways to improve insight in patients with psychosis
-No previous studies have investigated insight and psychosis specifically within the adolescent and young adult population
- Epidemiologically rich and important population (age of onset and downstream sequela)
-Literature review: some intriguing studies looking into video self-observation as a tool to improve insight. None of the studies were very robust and none focused on adolescent or young adults specifically
Lamb, Colin B.; Cloutier, Anna C.; Coughlin, Kevin A.; Maxner, Sarah B.; Brennan, William A. Jr; Feinberg, Alex D.; Bowker-Kinley, Melissa M.; Lucas, Frances L.; Williams, Deanna; Fritsch, Sandra L.; Robbins, Douglas R.; and Santangelo, Susan L., "Insight & Psychosis: study into the effects of video self observation and insight in adolescent and young adult patients with psychosis" (2018). Grand Rounds. 15.