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  1. Consumer peer workers are individuals with lived experience of mental health issues and recovery who are employed to use their lived experience to support others. The consumer peer workforce has expanded subst...

    Authors: Justin Newton Scanlan, Megan Still, Jae Radican, Daya Henkel, Tim Heffernan, Peter Farrugia, Jemima Isbester and Jessica English
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2020 20:270
  2. Experiential learning opportunities, such as work integrated learning placements, are often challenging for health professional students. It is therefore imperative that students are adequately prepared before...

    Authors: Belinda Judd, Jennie Brentnall, Justin Newton Scanlan, Kate Thomson, Felicity Blackstock, Allison Mandrusiak, Lucy Chipchase, Anna Phillips and Sue McAllister
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:70
  3. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is one of the most controversial treatments in psychiatry. This controversy and diverse and often strongly held opinions can make decision making processes around ECT more complex.

    Authors: Karen Wells, Justin Newton Scanlan, Lisa Gomez, Scott Rutter, Nicola Hancock, Anthony Tuite, Joanna Ho, Sarah Jacek, Andrew Jones, Hassan Mehdi, Megan Still and Graeme Halliday
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2018 18:236
  4. Recovery oriented service provisions means focusing on outcomes that are important to consumers themselves rather than to clinicians or services. Partners in Recovery (PIR) is an Australia-wide initiative desi...

    Authors: Shifra Waks, Justin Newton Scanlan, Bridget Berry, Richard Schweizer, Nicola Hancock and Anne Honey
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2017 17:338
  5. The time following discharge from psychiatric hospitalisation is a high risk period. Rates of hospital readmission are high and there is increased risk for homelessness and suicide. Transitional and post-disch...

    Authors: Justin Newton Scanlan, Nicola Hancock and Anne Honey
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2017 17:307
  6. Burnout and employee turnover in mental health services are costly and can have a negative impact on service user outcomes. Using the Job Demands-Resources model as a foundation, the aim of this study was to e...

    Authors: Justin Newton Scanlan and Megan Still
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2019 19:62
  7. Lived experience research is conducted by people who have experience of mental health issues and is therefore better placed than more traditional research to illuminate participants’ experiences. Findings that...

    Authors: Anne Honey, Katherine M. Boydell, Francesca Coniglio, Trang Thuy Do, Leonie Dunn, Katherine Gill, Helen Glover, Monique Hines, Justin Newton Scanlan and Barbara Tooth
    Citation: BMC Psychiatry 2020 20:456