Publications

Peer reviewed publications

2021 Brasier, C., Roennfeldt, H., Hamilton, B., Martel, A., Hill, N., Stratford, A., Buchanan-Hagen, S., Byrne, L., Castle, D.J., Cocks, N., Davidson, L., Brophy, L. “Peer support work for people experiencing mental distress attending the Emergency Department: exploring the potential” Emergency Medicine Australasia. [pre print]

2021 Oostermeijer,S., Brasier, C., Harvey, C., Hamilton, B., Roper, C., Martel, A., Fletcher, J., Brophy, L.” Design features that reduce the use of seclusion and restraint in mental health facilities: A rapid systematic review.” BMJ Open, 11:e046647.

2020 Minshall (Brasier), C., David, C., Thompson, D., Pascoe, M., Cameron, J., McCabe, M., Apputhurai, P., Knowles, S., Jenkins, Z., Ski, C. “A psychosocial intervention for stroke survivors and carers: 12–month outcomes of a randomized controlled trial.” Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 19: 1-14.

2020 Minshall (Brasier), C., Ski, C., Apputhurai, P., Thompson, D., David, C., Jenkins, Z., Knowles, S. “Exploring the impact of illness perceptions, self-efficacy, coping strategies, and psychological distress on quality of life in a post-stroke cohort.” Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 25: 214-228.

2019 Minshall (Brasier), C. , Pascoe, M., Thompson, D., David, C., McCabe, M., Chau, J., Jenkins, Z., Cameron, J.,  Ski, C. “Psychosocial interventions for stroke survivors, carers and survivor-carer dyads: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 26: 554-564.

2019 Minshall (Brasier), C., Stubbs, J., Charleston, R., Van-Dunem, H., Wallace, A., Hynan., C. “Models to guide cross-sector collaboration between mental health and alcohol and other drug services – a scoping review.” Advances in Mental Health.0: 1-11.

2016 Brasier, C., Ski, C., Thompson, D., Cameron, J., O’Brien, C., Lautenschlager, N., Gonzale, G., Hsueh, Y A, Moore, G., Knowles, S., Rossell, S., Haselden, R., Castle, C.Stroke and Carer Optimal Health Program (SCOHP) for psychosocial health: a randomised controlled trial.” Trials, 17:446.

Industry reports

2021 Brophy, L., Doroud, N., Hall, T., Brasier, C., Jordan, H., King, A., Zirnsak, T., Whittles, N., Jacques, M. “Evaluation of the ACT Recovery College”. Melbourne: La Trobe University.

2020 Minshall (Brasier), C., Roennfeldt, H., Hamilton, B., Martel, A., Hill, N., Stratford, A., Buchanan-Hagen, S., Byrne, L., Castle, D.J., Cocks, N., Davidson, L., Brophy, L. Examining the role of mental health peer support in emergency departments. Melbourne: Melbourne Social Equity Institute, University of Melbourne.

Access via: https://socialequity.unimelb.edu.au/news/latest/peers-in-emergency-departments

2020 Brophy, L., Oostermeijer, S., Minshall (Brasier), C., Harvey, C., Hamilton, B., Roper, C., Martel, A., Fletcher, J. (2020) “Evidence check – Designing mental health facilities that prevent the use of seclusion and restraint” On behalf of the Sax Institute for the NSW Ministry of Health.

2019 Brophy, L., Fletcher, J., Minshall (Brasier), C., Jellez, J. “The reporting of serious adverse events in the context of restrictive interventions and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT): a review”. On behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services and Victorian Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.

Other publications

2020 Minshall (Brasier), C., Roennfeldt, H., Brophy, L., Hill, N., Hamilton, B. “How could mental health peer support workers improve Emergency Departments?” Pursuit a publication by the University of Melbourne.

Access via: https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/articles/how-could-mental-health-peer-support-workers-improve-emergency-departments

2018 Minshall (Brasier), C. and Ski, C. (2018). “Stroke survivors and their carers often have poor mental health. Here’s how we can help them.” The Conversation.

Access via: https://theconversation.com/stroke-survivors-and-their-carers-often-have-poor-mental-health-heres-how-we-can-help-them-80606

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