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A randomised trial of the Flinders Program to improve patient self-management competencies in a range of chronic conditions: study rationale and protocol
(Australasian Medical Journal, 2010)
Supporting self management is seen as an important health service strategy in dealing with the large and increasing health burden of chronic conditions. Several types of self-management programs are available. Evidence to ...
Problem gambling and family violence: Prevalence and patterns in treatment-seekers
The primary aim of this study was to explore the prevalence and patterns of family violence in treatment-seeking problem gamblers. Secondary aims were to identify the prevalence of problem gambling in a family violence ...
Does gender moderate the subjective measurement and structural paths in behavioural and cognitive aspects of gambling disorder in treatment-seeking adults?
Highlights - We assess for gender differences in conceptualising gambling symptoms. - We model urge and cognition paths to gambling disorder moderated by gender. - Gambling symptom constructs were equally salient between ...
‘Imagine if I gave up smoking ...’: a qualitative exploration of Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of a self-management pilot training intervention
(CSIRO Publishing, 2015-01-21)
This paper reports on a pilot qualitative study investigating Aboriginal participants’ perspectives of the Flinders Living Well Smoke Free (LWSF) “training intervention”. Health workers nationally have been trained in this ...
Self-management in chronic psychiatric and medical conditions and co-morbidities: what are the barriers?
(Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, 2010)
Supporting self-management is now a vital element of care in chronic psychiatric and medical conditions. The Flinders Program of Chronic Condition Management, developed in the Department of Psychiatry at Flinders University, ...
Implementing the Flinders Model of self-management support with Aboriginal people who have diabetes: findings from a pilot study
(Australian Rural Health Education Network, 2010)
Programs to increase patients' capacity to manage their chronic disease are growing in popularity with policy makers, health professionals and the general public. However, until this pilot in regional South Australia, ...
Cognitive versus exposure therapy for problem gambling: Randomised controlled trial
Background Problem gambling-specific cognitive therapy (CT) and behavioural (exposure-based) therapy (ET) are two core cognitive-behavioural techniques to treating the disorder, but no studies have directly compared them ...
Statewide Gambling Therapy Service Annual Report 2012-2013
(Flinders University, 2014)
Effects of Affective and Anxiety Disorders on Outcome in Problem Gamblers Attending Routine Cognitive– Behavioural Treatment in South Australia
(Springer Verlag, 2014-05)
Aims This study evaluated the influence of 12-month affective and anxiety disorders on treatment outcomes for adult problem gamblers in routine cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). Methods A cohort study at a state-wide ...