Imperial College London

Nicole Hickey

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Brain Sciences

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Pascual-Sanchez A, Hickey N, Mateu A, Martinez-Herves M, Kramer T, Nicholls Det al., 2021, Personality traits and self-esteem in traditional bullying and cyberbullying, PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, Vol: 177, ISSN: 0191-8869

Journal article

Pascual-Sanchez A, Mateu A, Martinez-Herves M, Hickey N, Kramer T, Nicholls Det al., 2021, How are parenting practices associated with bullying in adolescents? A cross-sectional study, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH, ISSN: 1475-357X

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Mateu A, Martinez-Herves M, Nicholls D, Kramer T, Pascual-Sanchez Aet al., 2020, Cyberbullying and post-traumatic stress symptoms in UK adolescents, Archives of Disease in Childhood, ISSN: 0003-9888

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Young S, Adamou M, Asherson P, Coghill D, Colley B, Gudjonsson G, Hollis C, McCarthy J, Muller U, Moli P, Pitts M, Arif Met al., 2016, Recommendations for the transition of patients with ADHD from child to adult healthcare services: a consensus statement from the UK adult ADHD network, BMC Psychiatry, Vol: 16, ISSN: 1471-244X

The aim of this consensus statement was to discuss transition of patients with ADHD from child to adult healthcare services, and formulate recommendations to facilitate successful transition. An expert workshop was convened in June 2012 by the UK Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN), attended by a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals, allied professionals and patients. It was concluded that transitions must be planned through joint meetings involving referring/receiving services, patients and their families. Negotiation may be required to balance parental desire for continued involvement in their child’s care, and the child’s growing autonomy. Clear transition protocols can maintain standards of care, detailing relevant timeframes, responsibilities of agencies and preparing contingencies. Transition should be viewed as a process not an event, and should normally occur by the age of 18, however flexibility is required to accommodate individual needs. Transition is often poorly experienced, and adherence to clear recommendations is necessary to ensure effective transition and prevent drop-out from services.

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Young SJ, Gonzalez RA, Mutch L, Mallet-Lambert I, O'Rourke L, Hickey N, Asherson P, Gudjonsson Get al., 2016, Diagnostic accuracy of a brief screening tool forAttention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in UK prison inmates, Psychological Medicine, Vol: 46, Pages: 1449-1458, ISSN: 1469-8978

Background: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is overrepresented in prison, makingit imperative to identify a screening tool that can be quickly applied to efficiently detect the disorder.We explored the discrimination ability of a widely used ADHD screen, the Barkley Adult ADHDRating Scale (BAARS-IV), against a clinical diagnostic interview. A brief version of the screen wasthen developed in order to simplify its use in the prison context, and maximise its diagnosticproperties. Methods: A cross-sectional study of 390 male prison inmates performed in the UnitedKingdom, who were all screened and interviewed via the Diagnostic Interview for ADHD in Adults2.0 (DIVA-2). Results: A total of 47 (12.1%) inmates screened positive for ADHD using the fullBAARS-IV, and 96 were clinically diagnosed (24.6%), for a sensitivity of 37.9 and specificity of96.3. Our models identified the six items that most predicted ADHD diagnosis, with adjusted OddsRatios (OR) ranging from 2.66 to 4.58. Sensitivity, specificity and accuracy were 0.82, 0.84 and 0.84for the developed brief scale, and 0.71, 0.85 and 0.81 for its validation, with weighted probabilityscores producing AUC of 0.89 and 0.82, respectively. Conclusions: The original BAARS-IVperformed poorly at identifying prison inmates with ADHD. Our developed brief scale substantiallyimproved diagnostic accuracy. The brief screening instrument has great potential to be used as anaccurate and resource effective tool to screen young people and adults for likely ADHD in thecriminal justice system.

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Young SJ, Gonzalez R, Mutch L, Mallet-Lambert L, O'Rourke L, Hickey N, Asherson P, Gudjonsson Get al., 2015, Diagnostic accuracy of a brief screening tool, Psychological Medicine, ISSN: 1469-8978

Journal article

Coid JW, Yang M, Ullrich S, Hickey N, Kahtan N, Freestone Met al., 2015, Psychiatric diagnosis and differential risks of offending following discharge, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND PSYCHIATRY, Vol: 38, Pages: 68-74, ISSN: 0160-2527

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Coid J, Yang M, Ullrich S, Hickey N, Kahtan N, Freestone Met al., 2014, Psychiatric diagnosis and differential risks of offending following discharge from medium security, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry

Journal article

Forti-Buratti MA, Hickey N, Kramer T, 2013, Female juvenile offending: characteristics of offences in early onset vs. late onset female offenders over 30 years, EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY, Vol: 22, Pages: S260-S260, ISSN: 1018-8827

Journal article

Mayordomo-Aranda A, Kramer T, Hickey N, Hodes Met al., 2013, Ethnic variation in antisocial behaviour among adolescents: risk and protective factors, Publisher: SPRINGER, Pages: S182-S182, ISSN: 1018-8827

Conference paper

Cary M, Butler S, Baruch G, Hickey N, Byford Set al., 2013, Economic evaluation of multisystemic Therapy for young people at risk for continuing criminal activity in the UK, PLOS One, Vol: 4

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Hickey N, 2012, 'CBT for sex offenders: too good to be true?' A reply to Ho and Ross, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Vol: 22, Pages: 11-13

Journal article

Hickey N, 2011, Typologies of juveniles who sexually harm: associations with risk factors, modus operandi and criminal activity, Contemporary practice with young people who sexually abuse, Editors: Calder, Dorset, Publisher: Russell House Publishing, Pages: 47-59

Book chapter

Butler S, Hickey N, Baruch G, Fonagy Pet al., 2011, A randomized controlled trial of multisystemic therapy and statutory therapeutic intervention for young offenders, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol: 50, Pages: 1220-1235

Journal article

Vila M, Kramer T, Hickey N, Dattani M, Jefferis H, Singh M, Garralda MEet al., 2010, Assessment of Somatic Symptoms in British Secondary School Children Using the Children's Somatization Inventory (CSI) (vol 34, pg 989, 2009), JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY, Vol: 35, Pages: 110-110, ISSN: 0146-8693

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Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda ME, 2010, Developing the Primary Mental Health Worker role in England, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol: 15, Pages: 23-29

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Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda ME, 2010, Developing the Primary Mental Health Worker role in England, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol: 15, Pages: 23-29

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Arasu A, Kramer T, Hickey N, 2009, Risky business, Student BMJ, Vol: 17

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Vila M, Kramer T, Hickey N, Dattani M, Jefferis H, Singh M, Garralda MEet al., 2009, Assessment of somatic symptoms in British secondary school children using the Children's Somatization Inventory (CSI), Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Vol: 34, Pages: 989-998

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Bradley S, Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda MEet al., 2009, What makes a good CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker?, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol: 14, Pages: 15-19

Journal article

Vila M, Kramer T, Hickey N, Dattani M, Jefferis H, Singh M, Garralda MEet al., 2009, Assessment of somatic symptoms in British secondary school children using the Children's Somatization Inventory (CSI), Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Vol: 34, Pages: 989-998

Journal article

Hickey N, Yang M, Coid J, 2009, The development of the Medium Security Recidivism Assessment Guide (MSRAG): an actuarial risk prediction instrument, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol: 20, Pages: 202-224

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Bradley S, Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda MEet al., 2009, What makes a good CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker?, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol: 14, Pages: 15-19

Journal article

McCrory E, Hickey N, Farmer E, Vizard Eet al., 2008, Early onset sexually ahrmful behaviour in childhood: a marker for life course persistent antisocial behaviour?, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol: 19, Pages: 382-395

Journal article

Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda E, 2008, Primary Mental Health Workers (PMHWs) in child and adolescent mental health services: a survey of PMHWs perceptions about organisation, management and role

Report

Hickey N, McCrory E, Farmer E, Vizard Eet al., 2008, Comparing the developmental and behavioural characteristics of female and male juveniles who present with sexually abusive behaviour, Journal of Sexual Aggression, Vol: 14, Pages: 241-252

Journal article

Vizard E, Hickey N, French L, McCrory Eet al., 2007, Children and adolescents who present with sexually abusive behaviour: a UK descriptive study, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol: 18, Pages: 59-73

Journal article

Vizard E, Hickey N, McCrory E, 2007, Developmental trajectories associated with juvenile sexually abusive behaviour and ESPD in childhood: the results of a 3-year UK study, British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol: 190, Pages: s27-s32

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Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda ME, 2007, Is there an optimum model of practice for newly developed child and adolescent Primary Mental Health Worker posts?, Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, Vol: 2, Pages: 10-18

Journal article

Hickey N, Kramer T, Garralda ME, 2007, Is there an optimum model of practice for the newly developed child and adolescent primary mental health worker posts?, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, Vol: 2, Pages: 10-18

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