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Disempowerment of workers in vocational rehabilitation: would self-management help?
(CCH Australia Ltd, 2011)
This case study is a sub-study to a randomised controlled trial (RCT) of adding self-management training to usual vocational rehabilitation for chronic, compensated musculoskeletal disorders. The purpose of this sub-study ...
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, ...
A Focus Group Study of Predictors of Relapse in Electronic Gaming Machine Problem Gambling, Part 2: Factors that ‘Pull’ the Gambler Away from Relapse
This study aimed to develop an empirically based description of relapse in Electronic Gaming Machine (EGM) problem gambling (PG) by describing the processes and factors that ‘pull’ the problem gambler away from relapse ...
A Focus Group Study of Predictors of Relapse in Electronic Gaming Machine Problem Gambling, Part 1: Factors that ‘Push’ Towards Relapse
This study aimed to develop an empirically based description of relapse in Electronic Gaming Machine problem gambling. In this paper the authors describe part one of a two part, linked relapse process: the ‘push’ towards ...
The internal consistency and construct validity of the Partners in Health scale: validation of a patient rated chronic condition self-management measure
(Springer Science + Business Media, 2010)
The purpose of this study was to test the internal consistency and construct validity of the revised 12-item self-rated Partners in Health (PIH) scale used to assess patients' chronic condition self-management knowledge ...
Developing a screening tool to recognise social determinants of health in Australian clinical settings
(Sax Institute, 2018-11-01)
Objective and importance of study: The importance of social determinants for individual health recovery outcomes is well recognised in public health. However, no succinct social health screening (SHS) tool exists that has ...