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Using technology to improve patient assessment and outcome evaluation

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Debra Dunstan

qualifications: PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, wrote the first draft, statistical analysis, contributed to drafts

position: Senior lecturer

Australia

Debra Dunstan PhD MAPS is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of New England, Armidale Australia, where she teaches full-time in the Postgraduate Clinical Psychology Program. Debra has professional qualifications in Clinical Psychology and Physiotherapy and extensive experience in occupational rehabilitation and rural clinical practice. Her research interests are in the areas of rehabilitation psychology - in particular work-disability due to musculoskeletal conditions and mild to moderate mental health problems - and, modes and models of mental health and rehabilitation service delivery, suitable for use in rural settings. Her current research projects include: the evaluation of community-based, rural mental health programs, including the importance of social inclusion in mental well-being; and, the role of co-workers in workplace rehabilitation.


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Susan Tooth

qualifications: MPsych

contribution: collected data

position: Casual lecturer


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