Treating depression in general practice: the role of medication (short film)

This short film was produced by the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales as part of the Medication and mental illness: perspectives paper.

Medication and mental illness (short film)

This short film was produced and released with the launch of the “Medication and mental illness” perspectives paper by the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales on 2 December 2015.

I was interviewed and appear in the short film, and was involved in the development of the paper as a member of the Commission’s Pharmacotherapy in Mental Health Advisory Group.

Medication and mental illness – perspectives

Medication and mental illness perspectives Nov 2015This paper was launched by the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales on 2 December 2015.  It “tells the story of medication as a treatment for mental illness from the perspective of consumers, carers, families and people who work within the mental health system”.

I was involved in the development of this paper as a member of the Commission’s Pharmacotherapy in Mental Health Advisory Group.

PHReNet research presentation

The following is a presentation of the rationale and methodology of my qualitative study into the perceptions of GPs in teaching practices, on the detection of problem drinking.  It was presented to the Primary Health Care Research Network (PHReNet) meeting at the General Practice Unit at Fairfield Hospital.

The presentation is hosted by Prezi.com.

GPSN Ground rounds presentation at UWS

The following is a “grand rounds” presentation given to interested medical students at the University of Western Sydney (Macarthur Clinical School – Campbelltown Hospital).  The event was hosted by the General Practice Students Network (GPSN).  The case demonstrates principles of mental health care in the general practice context.

This presentation is hosted by Prezi.com.