Kathryn Nicholson Perry

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The present study evaluated the efficacy of a clinician-guided Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy (iCBT) program, the Pain Course, to reduce disability, anxiety, and depression associated with chronic pain. Sixty-three adults with chronic pain were randomised to either a Treatment Group or waitlist Control Group. Treatment consisted of 5(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of the Neurological Depressive Disorders Inventory for Epilepsy (NDDI-E) and the depression component of the Hospital Anxiety Depression Scale (HADS-D) for identifying depression and suicide risk in adults with epilepsy. METHODS A total of 147 (87 female [59% ]) outpatients attending a tertiary(More)
The present study evaluated an internet-delivered pain management program, the Pain Course, when provided with different levels of clinician support. Participants (n = 490) were randomised to 1 of 4 groups: (1) Regular Contact (n = 143), (2) Optional Contact (n = 141), (3) No Contact (n = 131), and (4) a treatment-as-usual Waitlist Control Group (n = 75).(More)
OBJECTIVE Anxiety disorders and symptoms are highly prevalent and problematic comorbidities in people with epilepsy (PWE), yet they remain poorly understood and often go undetected. This research aimed to further our understanding about anxiety in PWE. METHODS Study 1 assessed the effectiveness of the commonly utilised yet unvalidated measure (Hospital(More)
OBJECTIVE Despite considerable effort to identify correlates of psychopathology in people with epilepsy (PWE), research has yet to identify consistent predictors. We tested the association between factors predicted by a model of adjustment to illness and psychopathology in PWE. METHODS In 123 PWE recruited from a tertiary referral centre, we examined the(More)
Adherence to treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is associated with the successful eradication of infection. However, patients often have difficulty adhering to HCV treatment because of factors such as the psychiatric side effects of regimens and social disadvantage. Commonly, health professionals including specialist physicians, nurses, social(More)
Despite recent research into the impact of seizure control on mood disorders in epilepsy, it is often assumed that rates of psychiatric disorders are higher in people with refractory rather than well-controlled epilepsy. We assessed the point prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders and suicide risk using the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview(More)
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