Online study now live: Managing trauma in practice – what does the evidence say?

  22 July 2020  Charles Sturt University   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

Phase two of an online university study about trauma referral practices is now live. This study is concerned with improving access to evidence-based mental health services in Australia, focusing on post-trauma disorders. Survey responses will help us evaluate the training needs of referring clinicians who manage patients/clients with trauma related mental health problems.

The online survey includes a short training exercise, which is likely to be of some benefit to clinicians. Participation takes 35-45 minutes.

GPs and psychologists as primary mental health referrers are invited to participate.

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No personally identifiable information will be associated with your responses to any reports of these data.

The Charles Sturt University Human Research Ethics Committee has approved this study (protocol H20155) which is being conducted as a psychology honours research project through Charles Sturt University School of Psychology.

By Kelly Roche, Charles Sturt University.

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