High intensity interval training (HIIT) for people with severe mental illness: A systematic review & meta-analysis of intervention studies – considering diverse approaches for mental and physical recovery

Citation: Korman, N., Armour, M., Chapman, J., Rosenbaum, S., Kisely, S., Suetani, S., Firth, J., & Siskind, D. (2020). High intensity interval training (HIIT) for people with severe mental illness: A systematic review & meta-analysis of intervention studies – considering diverse approaches for mental and physical recovery. Psychiatry Research, 284, 1-12. Link to publisher’s article.

Lifestyle interventions for weight management in people with serious mental illness: A systematic review with meta-analysis, trial sequential analysis, and meta-regression analysis exploring the mediators and moderators of treatment effects

Citation: Speyer, H., Jakobsen, A., Westergaard, C., Norgaard, H., Pisinger, C., Krogh, J., Hjorthoj, C., Nordentoft, M., Gluud, C., Correll, C., & Jorgensen, K. (2019). Lifestyle interventions for weight management in people with serious mental illness: A systematic review with meta-analysis, trial sequential analysis, and meta-regression analysis exploring the mediators and moderators of treatment effects. Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, 88(6), 350-362. Link to publisher’s article.

Is it possible for people with severe mental illness to sit less and move more? A systematic review of interventions to increase physical activity or reduce sedentary behavior

Citation: Ashdown-Franks, G., Williams, J., Vancampfort, D., Firth, J., Schuch, F., Hubbard, K., Craig, T.,….& Stubbs, B. (2018). Is it possible for people with severe mental illness to sit less and move more? A systematic review of interventions to increase physical activity or reduce sedentary behavior. Schizophrenia Research, 202, 3-16. Link to publisher’s article.