Mark Freestone
Mark Freestone
Reader in Mental Health, Centre for Psychiatry, Queen Mary University of London
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Adult antisocial syndrome co‐morbid with borderline personality disorder is associated with severe conduct disorder, substance dependence and violent antisociality
M Freestone, R Howard, JW Coid, S Ullrich
Personality and Mental Health 7 (1), 11-21, 2013
Subtypes of psychopathy in the British household population: findings from the national household survey of psychiatric morbidity
J Coid, M Freestone, S Ullrich
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 47 (6), 879-891, 2012
Risk assessment and risk management of violent reoffending among prisoners
AC Constantinou, M Freestone, W Marsh, N Fenton, J Coid
Expert Systems with Applications 42 (21), 7511-7529, 2015
A descriptive evaluation of patients and prisoners assessed for dangerous and severe personality disorder
T Kirkpatrick, S Draycott, M Freestone, S Cooper, K Twiselton, N Watson, ...
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 21 (2), 264-282, 2010
An evaluation of case formulation training and consultation with probation officers
P Minoudis, J Craissati, J Shaw, M McMurran, M Freestone, SJ Chuan, ...
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 23 (4), 252-262, 2013
Causal inference for violence risk management and decision support in forensic psychiatry
AC Constantinou, M Freestone, W Marsh, J Coid
Decision Support Systems 80, 42-55, 2015
Psychiatric diagnosis and differential risks of offending following discharge
JW Coid, M Yang, S Ullrich, N Hickey, N Kahtan, M Freestone
International journal of law and psychiatry 38, 68-74, 2015
Factor structure of the Essen Climate Evaluation Schema measure of social climate in a UK medium‐security setting
SA Milsom, M Freestone, R Duller, M Bouman, C Taylor
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 24 (2), 86-99, 2014
Triage, decision-making and follow-up of patients referred to a UK forensic service: validation of the DUNDRUM toolkit
M Freestone, D Bull, R Brown, N Boast, F Blazey, P Gilluley
BMC psychiatry 15 (1), 1-11, 2015
Improving risk management for violence in mental health services: a multimethods approach
JW Coid, S Ullrich, C Kallis, M Freestone, R Gonzalez, L Bui, ...
Programme grants for applied research, 2016
The impact on staff of working with personality disordered offenders: A systematic review
MC Freestone, K Wilson, R Jones, C Mikton, S Milsom, K Sonigra, ...
PloS one 10 (8), e0136378, 2015
Effectiveness of modified therapeutic community treatment within a medium-secure service for personality-disordered offenders
K Wilson, M Freestone, C Taylor, F Blazey, F Hardman
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 25 (3), 243-261, 2014
Extremism and common mental illness: Cross-sectional community survey of White British and Pakistani men and women living in England
K Bhui, M Otis, MJ Silva, K Halvorsrud, M Freestone, E Jones
The British Journal of Psychiatry 217 (4), 547-554, 2020
Assessments and admissions during the first 6 years of a UK medium secure DSPD service
M Freestone, C Taylor, S Milsom, C Mikton, S Ullrich, O Phillips, J Coid
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 22 (2), 91-107, 2012
Straw men: exploring the evidence base and the mythology of the therapeutic community
M Freestone, R Haigh, G Taylor, C Worthington, J Berke, J Birtle, S Bloom, ...
International journal of therapeutic communities 31, 2, 2010
Improving accuracy of risk prediction for violence: Does changing the outcome matter?
JW Coid, M Yang, S Ullrich, T Zhang, S Sizmur, DP Farrington, ...
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health 14 (1), 23-32, 2015
External trigger factors for violent offending: findings from the UK prisoner cohort study
MC Freestone, S Ullrich, JW Coid
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (11), 1389-1412, 2017
Job centre plus Customer service performance and Delivery: A qualitative review
C Talbot, J Wiggan, N Hendey, A Rafferty
Office of Public Sector Information, 2005
Overview of an ethnographic study of the UK DSPD Pilot Units
M Freestone
Anxiety disorders and intimate partner violence: can the association be explained by coexisting conditions or borderline personality traits?
M Davoren, C Kallis, RA González, M Freestone, JW Coid
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 28 (5), 639-658, 2017
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