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Treatment Outcomes and Predictors of Drop out for Problem Gamblers in South Australia: A Cohort Study
Objectives: Recent prevalence studies in Australia, the USA and Canada have estimated 1-2% of the adult population meet the diagnostic criteria for problem or pathological gambling. The StatewideExpand
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Health reform through coordinated care: SA HealthPlus
  • M. Battersby
  • Medicine
  • BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 17 March 2005
How can care for chronic illness best be coordinated? An Australian study sought to move towards collaborative and patient centred planned care Chronic illnesses contribute 60% of the global burdenExpand
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SA Healthplus: A Controlled Trial of a Statewide Application of a Generic Model of Chronic Illness Care
SA HealthPlus, one of nine national Australian coordinated care trials, addressed chronic illness care by testing whether coordinated care would improve health outcomes at the cost of usual care. SAExpand
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Suicide Ideation and Behaviour in People with Pathological Gambling Attending a Treatment Service
This study aimed to describe the 12-month period prevalence and risk factors for suicidal ideation and behaviour in a cohort of patients with pathological gambling attending a treatment service.Expand
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The South Oaks Gambling Screen: A Review with Reference to Australian Use
The South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS) is a psychometric instrument widely used internationally to assess the presence of pathological gambling. Developed by Lesieur and Blume (1987) in the UnitedExpand
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Self-management support and training for patients with chronic and complex conditions improves health-related behaviour and health outcomes.
The Sharing Health Care SA chronic disease self-management (CDSM) project in rural South Australia was designed to assist patients with chronic and complex conditions (diabetes, cardiovascularExpand
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Twelve evidence-based principles for implementing self-management support in primary care.
BACKGROUND Recommendations to improve self-management support and health outcomes for people with chronic conditions in primary care settings are provided on the basis of expert opinion supported byExpand
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The Mental Health Expert Patient: Findings from a Pilot Study of a Generic Chronic Condition Self-Management Programme for People with Mental Illness
Background: Less than optimal outcomes and escalating costs for chronic conditions including mental illness have prompted calls for innovative approaches to chronic illness management. Aims: ThisExpand
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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 gamblingExpand
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Enlarged frontal P300 to stimulus change in panic disorder
This study investigated event-related potential (ERP) indices of information processing in sufferers of panic disorder (PD). ERPs were recorded from 14 PD patients and 15 controls during an auditoryExpand
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