Publications 1 July 2018 – 30 June 2019

Journal articles

Bellon M, Lawn S and Lennon S (2019) Brain injury, behaviour support, and family involvement: putting the pieces together and looking forward. Perspective in Rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation: 1-11, doi 10.1080/09638288.2018.1522551.

Bull J, Oster C, Flight I, Wilson C, Koczwara B, Watson DI and Bright T (2019) The role of rehabilitation in patients undergoing oesophagectomy for cancer and pre-malignant disease: A qualitative exploration of the views of patients, carers and healthcare providers. Original article. European Journal of Cancer Care 28(2): e12996-e13005, doi 10.1111/ecc.12996.

Fisher A, Bellon M, Lawn S and Lennon S (2019) Brain injury, behaviour support, and family involvement: putting the pieces together and looking forward. Perspectives in Rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation: 1-11, doi 10.1080/09638288.2018.1522551.

Fisher A, Bellon M, Lawn S, Lennon S and Sohlberg M (2019) Family-directed approach to brain injury (FAB) model: a preliminary framework to guide family-directed intervention for individuals with brain injury. Perspectives in Rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation 41(7): 854-860, doi 10.1080/09638288.2017.1407966.

Lawn S, Huang N, Zabeen S, Smith D, Battersby M, Redpath P, Glover F, Venning A, Cameron J and Fairweather-Schmidt K (2019) Outcomes of telephone-delivered low-intensity cognitive behaviour therapy (LiCBT) to community dwelling Australians with a recent hospital admission due to depression or anxiety: MindStep™. Journal article. BMC Psychiatry 19(1): 2-17, doi 10.1186/s12888-018-1987-1.

Lim D, Schoo A, Lawn S and Litt J (2019) Embedding and sustaining motivational interviewing in clinical environments: a concurrent iterative mixed methods study. Journal article. BMC Medical Education 19(1): 164-176, doi 10.1186/s12909-019-1606-y.

McMillan J, Lawn S and Delany-Crowe T (2019) Trust and Community Treatment Orders. Original Research. Frontiers in Psychiatry 10(349), doi 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00349.

Ring D and Lawn S (2019) Stigma perpetuation at the interface of mental health care: a review to compare patient and clinician perspectives of stigma and borderline personality disorder. Journal of Mental Health: 1-21, doi 10.1080/09638237.2019.1581337.

Antezana G, Venning A, Blake V, Smith D, Winsall M, Orlowski S and Bidargaddi N (2018) An evaluation of behaviour change techniques in health and lifestyle mobile applications. Research article. Health Informatics Journal 0(0): 1460458218813726, doi 10.1177/1460458218813726.

Baker AL, Robson D, Lawn S, Steinberg ML, Bucci S, McNeill A, Castle DJ and Bonevski B (2018) Reducing Smoking Among People With Schizophrenia: Perspectives on Priorities for Advancing Research. Perspective. Frontiers in Psychiatry 9(711), doi 10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00711.

Battersby M, Lawn S, Kowanko I, Bertossa S, Trowbridge C and Liddicoat R (2018) Chronic condition self‐management support for Aboriginal people: Adapting tools and training. Original research. Australian Journal of Rural Health 26: 232-237, doi 10.1111/ajr.12413.

Browne-Yung K, Freeman T, Battersby M, McEvoy D and Baum F (2018) Developing a screening tool to recognise social determinants of health in Australian clinical settings. Public Health Research & Practice, doi 10.17061/phrp28341813.

Conway J, Lawn S, Crail S and McDonald S (2018) Indigenous patient experiences of returning to country: a qualitative evaluation on the Country Health SA Dialysis bus. Journal article. BMC health services research 18(1): 1010, doi 10.1186/s12913-018-3849-4.

Day A, Gerace A, Oster C, O’Kanec D and Caseyd S (2018) The views of women in prison about help-seeking for intimate partner violence: At the intersection of survivor and offender. Journal article. Victims & Offenders, doi 10.1080/15564886.2018.1514339.

Fisher A, Bellon M, Lawn S and Lennon S (2018) The development of a positive behaviour support programme for families following acquired brain injury. Research. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 25(10): 538-551, doi 10.12968/ijtr.2018.25.10.538.

Hardman R, Lawn S and Tsourtos G (2018) Pain self-management: Easier said than done? Factors associated with early dropout from pain self-management in a rural primary care population. Original research. Pain Medicine: 1-11, doi 10.1093/pm/pny167.

Knight A, Fouyaxis J, Jarrad G, Beski K, Cho G and Bidargaddi N (2018) Systems to harness digital footprint to elucidate and facilitate ageing in place. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 246: 91-101, doi 10.3233/978-1-61499-845-7-91.

Millard T, Dodson S, McDonald K, Klassen KM, Osborne RH, Battersby MW, Fairley CK and Elliott JH (2018) The systematic development of a complex intervention: HealthMap, an online self-management support program for people with HIV. Article. BMC Infectious Diseases 18: 1-10, doi 10.1186/s12879-018-3518-6.

Munro V, Morello A, Oster C, Redmond C, Vnuk A, Lennon S and Lawn S (2018) E-learning for self-management support: introducing blended learning for graduate students – a cohort study. Journal article. BMC Medical Education 18(1): 219, doi 10.1186/s12909-018-1328-6.

Oakes J, Pols R, Lawn S and Battersby M (2018) The “Zone”: a Qualitative Exploratory Study of an Altered State of Awareness in Electronic Gaming Machine Problem Gambling. Journal article. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, doi 10.1007/s11469-018-9976-7.

Quiniones C and Oster C (2018) Embracing or resisting masculinity: Male participation in the proeating disorders (proana) online community. Article. Psychology of Men & Masculinity 20(3): 368-378, doi 10.1037/men0000169.

Riley BJ, Harvey P, Crisp BR, Battersby M and Lawn S (2018) Gambling-related harm as reported by concerned significant others: a systematic review and meta-synthesis of empirical studies. Review. Journal of Family Studies: 1-19, doi 10.1080/13229400.2018.1513856.

Riley BJ, Orlowski S, Smith D, Baigent M, Battersby M and Lawn S (2018) Understanding the business versus care paradox in gambling venues: a qualitative study of the perspectives from gamblers, venue staff and counsellors. Article. Harm Reduction Journal 15: 14, doi 10.1186/s12954-018-0256-4.

Riley B, Baigent M, Harris S, Larsen A, Nye T and Battersby M (2018) Extinction of gambling cue-reactivity: A pilot study in a problem gambling treatment setting. Journal of Addiction & Recovery 2: 1010-1016, doi

Saxby N, Beggs S, Battersby M and Lawn S (2018) What are the components of effective chronic condition self-management education interventions for children with asthma, cystic fibrosis, and diabetes? A systematic review. Review article. Patient education and counseling, doi

Saxby N, Beggs S, Kariyawasam N, Battersby M and Lawn S (2018) Do guidelines provide evidence-based guidance to health professionals on promoting developmentally appropriate chronic condition self-management in children? A systematic review. Review. Chronic illness: 1742395318799844, doi 10.1177/1742395318799844.

Smith D, Fairweather-Schmidt AK, Pols R, Harvey P and Battersby M (2018) Exploring Patterns of Change Processes Over Distinct In-Treatment Phases of Cognitive and Exposure Therapies for Electronic Gaming Machine Problem Gamblers. Standard paper. Behaviour Change: 1-16, doi 10.1017/bec.2018.18.

Teng E, Venning A, Winefield H and Crabb S (2018) Is Knowledge Enough? The Relationship Between Mental Health Knowledge and Stigmatising Attitudes Among Australian Adolescents Research article. adolescent Psychiatry: 1-14, doi 10.2174/2210676609666181204145835.

Wlodarczyk J, Lawn S, Powell K, Crawford G, McMahon J, Burke J, Woodforde L, Kent M, Howell C and Litt J (2018) Exploring General Practitioners’ views and experiences of providing care to people with Borderline Personality Disorder in primary care: A Qualitative study in Australia. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15(12): 2763-2782, doi 10.3390/ijerph15122763.


Journal articles ‘In press’

Oster C, Muir-Cochrane E, Lawn S, Coveney J, Zabeen S and Kortman B (2019 (In press)) The Recovery College as a transition space in the journey towards recovery: A qualitative exploratory study. Nursing and Health Sciences.

Smith D, Fairweather-Schmidt K, Harvey P, Bowden J, Lawn.S and Battersby M (2019 (In press)) Does the Partners in Health scale allow meaningful comparisons of chronic condition self-management between men and women? Testing measurement invariance. Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Lawn S (2019 (In press)) On Loneliness. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Oster C, Lawn S and Waddell E (2018 (In press)) Delivering services to the families of veterans of current conflicts: A rapid review of outcomes for veterans. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health.

Teng E, Crabb S, Winefield H and Venning A (2018 (In press)) “First World Problems” and coping alone:  Adolescent perceptions of help-seeking and implications for school-based mental health programs. Child and Youth Services.



Lawn S, Willis E, Roberts L, Couzner L, Mohammadi L and Goble E (2019) Ambulance Employees Association – Scoping Literature Reviews drawing on qualitative literature to address the physical, psychological, psychobiological, and psychosocial health of operational ambulance staff and interventions to address the impact of workplace stressors. Report, Flinders University, Flinders Human Behaviour & Health Research Unit, Bedford Park, SA, 1 April 2019. ISBN 978-0-9943050-5-3.

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