Nils Siegfried

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  • N Siegfried
  • 1998
OBJECTIVE The aim of this paper is to critically review the literature on major mental illness and problematic substance use in order to provide clinicians and policy-makers with evidence to support proposed directions for management of the above. METHOD The available literature was accessed using computerised databases and manual searching. RESULTS The(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to assess the experience, knowledge and attitudes of mental health staff regarding patients' problematic drug and alcohol use in order to provide direction for planned drug and alcohol education. METHOD A 47-item questionnaire was developed and individually posted to all mental health staff employed by Central Sydney(More)
Users typically draw on multiple quality signals to overcome their uncertainties before installing smartphone applications. While several of such signals have been studied separately, research still lacks an integrated conceptual framework of signal classes and their relative importance for app installation likelihood. Drawing on signaling theory, a(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to conduct a multifaceted formative evaluation of the Central Sydney Area Health Service (CSAHS) Psychosis and Substance Use Project. METHOD Four evaluative methods were used: (i) description and interpretation of the Project's documented processes and outcomes; (ii) a benchmark comparison of the Project processes(More)
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