Dr. Hurford developed and directs the Psychosis Education, Assessment, Care, and Empowerment (PEACE) Program through Horizon House, Inc. She provides expert care to individuals experiencing the first year of psychotic symptoms.
First episode psychosis (FEP), early episode psychosis, recovery, resiliency
Dr. Hurford's research focuses on measurement of cognition in psychosis, treatment outcomes in early-episode psychosis, interventions to improve functioning in early psychosis, and program evaluation.
Hurford, I: Medicating a Prophet. New York Times October 2016.
Jones N, Hurford I, Britz, B: Peer Leadership in Early Intervention in Psychosis Services. National Mental Health Consumer’s Self-Help Clearinghouse, Webinar May 2015.
Caroff SN, Hurford I, Bleir HR, Gorton GE, Campbell EC: Recurrent Idiopathic Catatonia: Implications Beyond the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition. Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience 13(2): 218-221, 2015.
Larkin E and Hurford IM: Perpetuating Schizophrenia’s Stigma. New York Times August 2014.
Kohler C, Borgmann-Winter KE, Hurford I, Neustadter E, Yi J, Calkins ME: Is prevention a realistic goal for schizophrenia? Curr Psychiatry Rep 16(4): 439, April 2014.
Ventura J, Reise SP, Keefe RS, Hurford IM, Wood RC, Bilder RM: The Cognitive Assessment Interview (CAI): Reliability and Validity of a Brief Interview-Based Measure of Cognition. Schizophrenia Bulletin 39(3): 583-91, May 2013.
Campbell C, Hurford I, Lybrand J, Caroff SN: Comorbid Addictions and Schizophrenia. Interventions for Addiction: Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders. Miller P (eds.). Elsevier, 3: 497-502, 2013.
Hurford, I: Psychopharmacological Treatment of Prodromal Schizophrenia. Psychiatric Times Podcast September 2011.
Hurford IM, Marder SR, Keefe RSE, Reise SP, Bilder RM: A Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool for Schizophrenia (B-CATS): Construction of a Tool for Clinicians. Schizophrenia Bulletin 37(3): 538-45, May 2011.
Hurford IM, Kalkstein S, Hurford MO: Cognitive Rehabilitation in Schizophrenia: Strategies to Improve Cognition. Psychiatric Times 28(3): 43-44, March 2011.
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