Tait L, Mant J, Roalfe AK, Deeks J, Cowie M, Barton PM, Iles R, Taylor, C, Derit M, Hobbs FDR: Design of the REFER (REFer for EchocaRdiogram) study: a prospective validation of a clinical decision rule, NT-proBNP, or their combination, in the diagnosis of heart failure in primary care. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2012, 12:97. Doi:10.1186/1471-2261-12-97.
Tait L, Beresford G. Generalised anxiety disorder: the importance of life context and social factors. British Journal of General Practice 2011, 61(587):378-379.
Tait L, Ryles D, Sidwell, A. Strategies for engagement. In P French, J Smith, D Shiers, M Reed, M Rayne, (eds). Promoting recovery in early psychosis: A practice manual. London, Blackwell, 2010.
Tait L, Heron J. Management of postnatal depression in primary care: a window of opportunity. British Journal of General Practice 2010, 60(580):801-802.
Blank DL, Bodansky DMS, Forbes A, Garde E, Story F, Roalfe A, Tait L. Influenza vaccination of future health care workers: a cross sectional study of uptake, knowledge and attitudes. Vaccine 2010, 28(29):4668-72. Doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2010.04.066.
Tait L. To disclose or not to disclose psychological problems to GPs. British Journal of General Practice 2009, 59(566):638-639.
Lester H, Birchwood M, Freemantle N, Michail M, Tait L. REDIRECT: cluster randomised controlled trial of general practitioner education in detection of first episode psychosis. British Journal of General Practice 2009, 59(563):403-408.
Mavaddat N, Lester HE, Tait L. Development of a patient experience questionnaire for primary care mental health. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2009, 18:147-152.
Simon AE, Lester H, Tait L, Stip E, Roy P, Conrad G, Hunt J, Epstein I, Larsen TK, Amminger P, Holub D, Wenigova B, Turner M, Berger GE, O’Donnell C, Umbricht D. The international study on general practitioners and early psychosis (IGPS). Schizophrenia Research 2009, 108(1):182-190. doi: 10/1016/j.schres.2008.11.004.
Lester H, Birchwood M, Tait L, Shah S, England L, Smith J: Barriers and facilitators to partnership working between Early Intervention Services and the voluntary and community sector. Health & Social Care in the Community 2008, 16(5):493-500. This article was based on a section of the final report written by Lynda Tait.
Tait L, Shah S. Partnership working: a policy with promise for mental healthcare. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 2007, 13:261-271.
Lester HE, Tait L, England E, Tritter J. Patient involvement in primary care mental health: a focus group study. British Journal of General Practice 2006, 56:415-422.
Lester H, Tait L, Khera A, Patterson P, Birchwood M. The development and evaluation of an educational intervention on first episode psychosis for primary care. Medical Education 2005, 39:1006-14.
Tait L, Lester H. Encouraging user involvement in mental health services. Advances in Pychiatric Treatment 2005, 11:168-175.
Tait L, Lester H, Birchwood M, Freemantle N, Wilson S. Design of the Birmingham early detection in untreated psychosis trial (REDIRECT): cluster randomised controlled trial of general practitioner education in detection of first episode psychosis [ISCTN87898421]. BMC Health Services Research 2005, 5:19.
Tait L, Birchwood M, Trower P. Adapting to the challenge of psychosis: personal resilience and the use of sealing over (avoidant) coping strategies. British Journal of Psychiatry 2004, 185:410-415.
Tait L, Birchwood M, Trower P. Predicting engagement with services for psychosis: insight, symptoms and recovery style. British Journal of Psychiatry 2003, 182:123-128.
Tait L, Birchwood M, Trower P. A new scale (SES) to measure engagement with community mental health services. Journal of Mental Health 2002, 11(2):191-198.