Dr Beaini has undertaken much research over the years. Here are a few extracts:

  1. J Affect Disord. 1980 Jun;2(2):89-94.
    A re-examination of the clinical effects of imipramine and amitriptyline in depressive illness.
    Beaini AY, Hindmarch I, Snaith RP.
    Link to Medline Article
  2. Br J Psychiatry. 1985 Jul;147:30-5.
    Normalisation of the dexamethasone suppression test: a correlate of clinical improvement in primary depressives.
    Bowie PC, Beaini AY.
    Link to Medline Article
  3. Br J Psychiatry. 1987 Jun;150:787-90.
    The prognosis of primary depressive illness. Its relationship to the dexamethasone suppression test.
    Bowie PC, Beaini AY, Bowie LJ.
    Leeds University.
    Link to Medline Article
  4. Planning a General Adult Psychiatric Service. Psychiatric Opinion, Number 4, June 1985. A.Y. Beaini.
  5. Planning a General Adult Psychiatric Service. Psychiatric Opinion, Number 5, September 1985. A.Y.Beaini.
  6. Bulletin of Royal College of Psychiatrists 1987 November 328-330
    The use of EEG in clinical psychiatry
    P C W Bowie, A Y Beaini and A A Da Costa
  7. Addiction Biology (2000) 5,451-462
    A Compressed Opiate detoxification regime with Naltrexone maintenance:
    Y.Beaini, T.S.Johnson, P.Langstaff, M.P.Carr, J.N.Crossfield & R.C.Sweeney
  8. Br J Ophthalmol. 2004 Sep;88(9):1186-90
    Orthoptic status before and immediately after heroin detoxification.
    Firth AY, Pulling S, Carr MP, Beaini AY

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