Jesse Gates
Jesse Gates
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Mental health starts with physical health: current status and future directions of non-pharmacological interventions to improve physical health in first-episode psychosis
J Gates, E Killackey, L Phillips, M Álvarez-Jiménez
The Lancet Psychiatry 2 (8), 726-742, 2015
522015
Hair MDMA samples are consistent with reported ecstasy use: findings from a study investigating effects of ecstasy on mood and memory
AB Scholey, L Owen, J Gates, J Rodgers, T Buchanan, J Ling, ...
Neuropsychobiology 63 (1), 15-21, 2011
502011
Can antipsychotic dose reduction lead to better functional recovery in first‐episode psychosis? A randomized controlled‐trial of antipsychotic dose reduction. The reduce trial …
A Weller, J Gleeson, M Alvarez‐Jimenez, P McGorry, B Nelson, K Allott, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 13 (6), 1345-1356, 2019
112019
Is MDMA present in hair samples consistent with reported ecstasy use?
AB Scholey, L Owen, JB Gates, J Rodgers, T Buchanan, J Ling, ...
Open Addiction Journal 4, 50-51, 2011
22011
Adapting and implementing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy groups to support personal recovery of adults living with psychosis: a qualitative study of facilitators’ experiences
J Gates, E Goldstone, J Clemente, M Cugnetto, EMJ Morris, J Farhall
Psychosis, 1-11, 2021
2021
Getting in Early: Early Intervention Services for Psychosis
J Gates, E Killackey
A Clinical Introduction to Psychosis, 561-588, 2020
2020
The CARE project: improving physical health outcomes for young people with first episode psychosis
JW Gates
2016
Is MDMA present in hair samples consistent with self-reported Ecstasy use?
AB Scholey, L Owen, J Gates, J Rodgers, T Buchanan, J Ling, ...
2010
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