Dr Samuel B Harvey MBBS DCH MRCGP MRCPsych
Clinical Lecturer in Occupational and Liaison Psychiatry
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Dr Harvey graduated from the University of Adelaide, Australia in 1998 and subsequently moved to the UK to begin training in General Practice. He initially worked as a GP in South London, obtaining membership of the Royal College of General Practice in 2004.
Since 2004 he has undertaken specialist training in psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital in London. In 2006 he obtained membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
He is currently working as a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Psychological Medicine at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. He is also an Honorary Locum Consultant in Liaison and Occupational Psychiatry at both King’s, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.
In 2009 he was awarded the Royal Society of Medicine Young Epidemiologist Award. His research interests include the links between work and mental health, the effects of exercise and obesity on mental health, chronic fatigue syndrome, and the epidemiology of common mental disorders.
Data based peer-reviewed publications
Harvey SB, Newton A, Ay Moye G (2005). Physical health monitoring in schizophrenia: the use of a letter in a primary care setting. Primary Care and Community Psychiatry, 10(2): 71-74.
Harvey SB, Dean K, Morgan C, Walsh, E, Demjaha A, Dazzan P, Morgan K, Lloyd T, Fearon P, Jones PB, Murray RM (2008). Self harm in first episode psychosis. British Journal of Psychiatry, 192: 178-184. (Awarded Denis Hill Prize based on this paper)
Harvey SB, Wadsworth M, Wessely S, Hotopf M (2008). The relationship between prior psychiatric disorder and chronic fatigue. Evidence from a national birth cohort study. Psychological Medicine, 38(7):933-40.
Harvey SB, Wadsworth M, Wessely S, Hotopf M (2008). Aetiology of chronic fatigue syndrome: testing popular hypotheses using a national birth cohort study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70(4):488-95. (Awarded RSM Young Epidemiologist Award based on this piece of research)
Rivenes AC, Harvey SB, Mykletun A (2009). The relationship between abdominal fat, obesity and common mental disorders: Results from the HUNT Study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 66: 269-275.
Harvey SB, Wessely S, Kuh, D, Hotopf M (2009). The relationship between fatigue and psychiatric disorder: evidence for the concept of neurasthenia. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 66: 445-454.
Skogen JC, Harvey SB, Henderson M, Stordal E, Mykletun A (2009). Anxiety and depression among abstainers and low-level alcohol consumers. The Nord-Trøndelag Health Study. Addiction, 104:1519-1529.
Hatch SL, Harvey SB, Maughan B. (2010). A developmental-contextual approach to understanding a continuum of mental health and well-being: Evidence from the British 1958 birth cohort. Social Science and Medicine, 70: 261-268.
Knudsen AK, Aakvaag HF, Øverland S, Harvey SB, Hotopf M, Mykletun A. (2010). Common mental disorders and disability pension award: Seven year follow-up of the HUSK Study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 69: 59-67.
Harvey SB, Glozier N, Mykletun, Carlton O, Henderson M, Hotopf M, Holland-Elliott M. (2010). Obesity and sickness absence: results from the CHAP study. Occupational Medicine, 60: 362-368.
Harvey SB, Hotopf M, Øverland S, Mykletun A. (in press). Physical activity and common mental disorders: results from the HUNT study. British Journal of Psychiatry.
Harvey SB, Glozier N, Henderson M, Allaway S, Litchfield P, Holland-Elliott K, Hotopf M. (in press). Depression and work performance: an ecological study using web-based screening. Occupational Medicine.
Knudsen AK, Henderson M, Chalder C*, Harvey SB*. (in press). Long term sickness absence among patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. British Journal of Psychiatry. (* joint last author).
Mykletun A, Glozier N, Wenzel HG, Øverland S, Harvey SB, Hotopf M, Wessely S. (in press) Reverse causality in the association between whiplash and anxiety and depression.
The HUNT study. Spine.
Williams S, Rogers C, Peel P, Harvey SB, Henderson M, Madan I, Smedley J, Grant R. (in press) Measuring how well the NHS looks after its own staff: Methodology of the first national clinical audits of occupational health services in the NHS. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
Harvey SB, Stanton BR, David AS (2006). Conversion disorder: towards a neurobiological understanding. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 2(1): 13-20.
Harvey SB (2007). Post-trauma management in the workplace. Occupational Health Review, 125:17-18.
Kooyman I, Dean K, Harvey S, Walsh E (2007). Outcomes of public concern in schizophrenia. British Journal of Psychiatry,191: s29-s36.
Harvey SB, Ismail K (2008). Psychiatric aspects of chronic physical disease. Medicine, 36: 471-474.
Harvey SB, Henderson M, Lelliott P, Hotopf M (2009). Mental health and employment: much work still to be done (Editorial). British Journal of Psychiatry, 194:201-203.
Harvey SB, Wessely S (2009). Tired all the time: can new research on fatigue help clinicians? (Editorial). British Journal of General Practice, 59: 237-239.
Harvey S, Williams S (2009). Management of depression in NHS staff: results of the first national clinical audit. Occupational Health Review, 144: 29-30.
Harvey SB, Henderson M (2009). Occupational Psychiatry. Psychiatry, 8(5): 174-178.
Harvey SB, Wessely S (2009). Chronic fatigue syndrome: identifying zebras amongst the horses (Editorial). BMC Medicine, 7: 58.
Harvey SB, Mykletun A, Wessely S (in press). Making sense of fatigue: the need for a balanced approach (Letter). Occupational Medicine.
Reports / Chapters
Lelliott P, Boardman J, Harvey S, Henderson M, Knapp M, Tulloch S (2008). Mental Health and Work. A report for the National Director for Work and Health. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Harvey SB, Allaway S, Glozier N, Henderson M, Hotopf M, Holland-Elliott K (2008). Investigating the Health: Performance Interface. The evaluation of associations between health indicators and performance metrics using the Corporate Health and Performance Group (CHAP). London: Investors in People UK.
Henderson M, Harvey SB, Roger C, Williams S, Grant R, Peel P (2009). Depression screening and management of staff on long-term sickness absence. Occupational health practice in the NHS in England. A National Clinical Audit. London: Royal College of Physicians.
Harvey SB, Laird B, Henderson M, Hotopf M (2009). The mental health of health professionals. A review for the Department of Health. London: Department of Health.
Das Munshi J, Harvey SB, Dean K, Prince M (in press). Critical Appraisal: Research methods, statistics and evidence-based practice. In Basu A, Taylor J, McGuffin P, eds. Oxford Specialty Training: Psychiatry. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Henderson, M, Harvey SB (in press). Occupational Psychiatry. In Guthrie E, Temple, M, Rao, S, eds. Seminars in Liaison Psychiatry. London: Gaskell Publishing.
Submitted and under review
Henderson M, Harvey SB, Øverland S, Mykletun A, Hotopf M. Work and common psychiatric disorders.
Knudsen, AK, Omenås, A, Harvey, SB, Løvvik, C, Lervik, L, Mykletun, A. A content analysis of how treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy is presented in newspapers.
Knudsen, AK, Lervik, LV, Harvey, SB, Løvvik, CMS, Omenås, AN & Mykletun, A. Online forum activity: A comparison of chronic fatigue syndrome with other disorders
Harvey SB, Newton A, Ay Moye G (2004). Physical health monitoring in schizophrenia: the use of a letter in a primary care setting (Abstract). Schizophrenia Research, 67 (1): S238.
Harvey SB, Dean K, Morgan C, Demjaha A, Dazzan P, Morgan K, Doody G, Fearon P, Jones PB, Murray RM (2006). Self harm as a precipitating factor for presentation to services with psychosis: findings from the AESOP study (Abstract). Schizophrenia Research, 81 (supp): S307
Harvey SB, Dean K, Morgan C, Walsh, E, Demjaha A, Dazzan P, Morgan K, Lloyd T, Fearon P, Jones PB, Murray RM (2006). How often does deliberate self harm precipitate first presentation to services with psychosis? Findings from the AESOP study (Abstract). Schizophrenia Research, 86 (supp): S57-S58.
Harvey SB, Wadsworth M, Wessely S, Hotopf M (2007). Is prior psychiatric disorder a risk factor for chronic fatigue? Evidence from a national birth cohort study (Abstract). Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 78 (7): 783.
last updated: Wednesday, September 15, 2010