We at the CRG:FIDD are delighted that one of our research papers "Heterogeneity within autism spectrum disorder in forensic mental health: the introduction of typologies" has been honoured with an international award, in the category of "Outstanding Paper" in the 2017 Emerald Literati Awards. Recipients of the award are chosen on the basis that it is the most impressive pieces of work the judges have seen throughout the past year.
This paper is linked to the ongoing "mATCH study: People with autism detained in hospital: defining the population, understanding aetiology and improving care pathways", led by CRG:FIDD members Dr Peter Langdon, Dr Regi Alexander, and Dr Magali Barnoux. Find out more about the study:
The paper is now free to download for one year and can be accessed at the following link:
Forensic ASD Typologies project receives international acclaim in the 2017 Advances in Autism Literati Awards