Gregory L Carter
Affiliation: University of Newcastle
- Correlates of youth suicide attempters in Australian community and clinical samplesGregory L Carter
Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 37:286-93. 2003....
- Effectiveness of QUICATOUCH: a computerised touch screen evaluation for pain and distress in ambulatory oncology patients in Newcastle, AustraliaGregory Carter
Psycho Oncology Service and Department Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Calvary Mater Newcastle, Australia Centre for Brain and Mental Health, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Psychooncology 21:1149-57. 2012..To describe the change in pain and distress over time to demonstrate the effectiveness of the QUICATOUCH program in an outpatient oncology population...
- Postcards from the EDge: 5-year outcomes of a randomised controlled trial for hospital-treated self-poisoningGregory L Carter
Centre for Translational Neuroscience and Mental Health, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
Br J Psychiatry 202:372-80. 2013..Repetition of hospital-treated self-poisoning and admission to psychiatric hospital are both common in individuals who self-poison...
- Hunter DBT project: randomized controlled trial of dialectical behaviour therapy in women with borderline personality disorderGregory L Carter
Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 44:162-73. 2010..Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) has been reported to be effective in reducing DSH and hospitalization...
- Caregiver satisfaction with out-patient oncology services: utility of the FAMCARE instrument and development of the FAMCARE-6Gregory Leigh Carter
Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research CBMHR, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Support Care Cancer 19:565-72. 2011..To evaluate caregivers' experience of oncology services for ambulatory patients and to develop a short instrument (FAMCARE-6) suitable for computerised administration in the clinical setting...
- Clinical management for hospital-treated deliberate self-poisoning: comparisons between patients with major depression and borderline personality disorderGregory L Carter
Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 39:266-73. 2005....
- Postcards from the EDge project: randomised controlled trial of an intervention using postcards to reduce repetition of hospital treated deliberate self poisoningGregory L Carter
Suicide Prevention Research Unit, Centre for Mental Health Studies, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
BMJ 331:805. 2005..To determine whether an intervention using postcards (postcards from the EDge project) reduces repetitions of hospital treated deliberate self poisoning...
- Computerised assessment of quality of life in oncology patients and carersGregory Carter
School of Medicine and Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Psychooncology 17:26-33. 2008..To examine the feasibility of a computerised assessment and to compare resulting quality of life scores among oncology carers and patients...
- Postcards from the EDge: 24-month outcomes of a randomised controlled trial for hospital-treated self-poisoningGregory L Carter
Department of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Locked Bag 7, Hunter Region Mail Centre, NSW 2310, Australia
Br J Psychiatry 191:548-53. 2007..Repetition of self-poisoning is common...
- Modifiable risk factors for attempted suicide in Australian clinical and community samplesGregory L Carter
Suicide Prevention Research Unit, Centre for Mental Health Studies, Newcastle Mater Miseriocordae Hospital, Warath, NSW 2298, Australia
Suicide Life Threat Behav 37:671-80. 2007..5% female) and affective disorders (45.4% male, 39.1% female). Practical intervention targets were unemployment, anxiety and substance use disorders, affective disorders (clinical only), and personality disorder (females only)...
- Psychiatric hospitalization after deliberate self-poisoningGregory L Carter
Suicide Prevention Research Unit, Centre for Mental Health Studies at the University of Newcastle and Hunter and New England Area Health Service, Australia
Suicide Life Threat Behav 36:213-22. 2006..Recommendation for psychiatric hospitalization was based on complex decision making. These findings have implications for clinical practice guidelines, service costs, and service organization...
- Cognitive skills underlying driving in patients discharged following self-poisoning with central nervous system depressant drugsTharaka L Dassanayake
School of Psychology, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Traffic Inj Prev 13:450-7. 2012..We aimed to determine whether patients treated for self-poisoning with CNS-Ds are impaired in the Trail-Making Test (TMT, parts A and B), a neuropsychological test that is known to correlate with driving performance...
- Distinguishing suicidal from non-suicidal deliberate self-harm events in women with Borderline Personality DisorderGillian R Maddock
Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 44:574-82. 2010..Understanding the reasons for episodes of DSH in this population may be helpful in developing interventions to reduce the rate of DSH or to assist in the clinical judgement of suicidal intention after DSH has occurred...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder among deliberate self-poisoning patientsKerrie Clover
Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Newcastle Mater Hospital, Newcastle, Australia
J Trauma Stress 17:509-17. 2004..Logistic regression modeling showed that PTSD was associated with the type of traumatic event, number of events, affective disorder, and anxiety disorder other than PTSD...
- Risk of road traffic accidents in patients discharged following treatment for psychotropic drug overdose: a self-controlled case series study in AustraliaTharaka L Dassanayake
School of Psychology, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
CNS Drugs 26:269-76. 2012..Most patients who take psychotropic drug overdoses are discharged within 48 hours, while they still have possible subclinical drug effects...
- Patient characteristics associated with GP referral to the Access to Allied Psychological Services Program: a case-control studyGillian R Maddock
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 46:435-44. 2012..It is not known how GPs might select patients for referral. We explored which characteristics identified ATAPS patients compared to usual GP patients...
- Prediction of death in less than 60 minutes following withdrawal of cardiorespiratory support in ICUsJorge Brieva
1Division of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain Management, John Hunter Hospital, HNEAHS, Newcastle, NSW, Australia 2Division of Surgery, Hunter New England Local Health District, Newcastle, NSW, Australia 3School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW, Australia 4Hunter New England Mental Health, Newcastle, NSW, Australia 5Centre for Translational Neuroscience and Mental Health CTNMH, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW, Australia 6Department of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Calvary Mater Newcastle Hospital, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
Crit Care Med 41:2677-87. 2013..This study tested various predictors of death within 60 minutes and explored which clinical variables ICU specialists used to make their prediction...
- Patterns of service use among persons with schizophrenia and other psychotic disordersVaughan J Carr
University of Newcastle, Centre for Mental Health Studies, Australia
Psychiatr Serv 54:226-35. 2003..This study assessed 12-month service use patterns among people with psychotic disorders and sought to identify determinants of service use...