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Patients with psychosis who are parents to children under nineteen

This study aims to find out how many people in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust with a diagnosis of psychosis have children. A search on the database will be carried out to find out who has children and who doesn’t, we will then compare these two groups to see how they differ. We might find, for example, that women with psychosis are more likely to have children than men or people who are older.  Identifying how many people with psychosis have children and learning about what makes it more likely for this population to have a child will help us understand this population better. This information will help us think of interventions that are specifically designed for these people with psychosis and their children.

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