Susanna Baldwin

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Despite the critical role of fidelity and the proliferation of intervention manuals and related measures, no comprehensive, structured guide exists, resulting in definitional confusion, varying interpretations of what constitutes core components, and inconsistent application of methods to ensure fidelity. To improve integration of fidelity criteria into(More)
OBJECTIVE The relationship of religion and schizophrenia is widely acknowledged, but often minimized by practitioners and under investigated by researchers. In striving to help fill this gap, this paper focuses on examining four aims: 1) how research has investigated the association between religiosity and schizophrenia; 2) how is religiosity associated(More)
There is limited large-scale research into the lived experiences of female adults who have an autism spectrum disorder with no co-occurring intellectual disability. Drawing on the findings of an Australia-wide survey, this report presents self-report data from n = 82 women with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder in the areas of health, education,(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of severe psychological trauma --that is, post-traumatic stress disorder--in children involved in everyday road traffic accidents. DESIGN 12 month prospective study. SETTING Accident and emergency department, Royal United Hospital, Bath. SUBJECTS 119 children aged 5-18 years involved in road traffic accidents and(More)
One hundred and seventy children attending a hospital accident and emergency department following everyday trauma were interviewed and completed the Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) screening battery suggested by Yule and Udwin (1991). Diagnostic interviews (CAPS-C) confirmed that 39 (22.9%) fulfilled the DSM-IV criteria for PTSD. There were(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to detail the natural coping strategies used by children involved in everyday road traffic accidents (RTAs). The relationship between coping strategies, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), gender and age was investigated. DESIGN Children aged 7-18 who attended an accident and emergency department following(More)
There is limited large-scale empirical research into the working lives of adults who have an autism spectrum disorder with no co-occurring intellectual disability. Drawing on data from a national survey, this report describes the employment activities and experiences of 130 adults with Asperger's Disorder (AD) and high functioning autism (HFA) in Australia.(More)
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