Publications list for Clinical Associate Professor Alan Rosen

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

2012

   
  • Rosen, A., Gurr, R., Fanning, P., Owen, A. (2012), The future of community-centred health services in Australia: 'When too many beds are not enough'. Australian Health Review. 36(3), 239-243. [Abstract]
  • Rosenberg, S., Rosen, A. (2012), Can mental health commissions really drive reform? Towards better resourcing, services, accountability and stakeholder engagement. Australasian Psychiatry. 20(3), 193-198. [Abstract]
  • Rosenberg, S., Rosen, A. (2012), It's raining mental health commissions: prospects and pitfalls in driving mental health reform. Australasian Psychiatry. 20(2), 85-90. [Abstract]
  • Rosen, A. (2012), Mental Health Commissions of different Sub-species: Can they effectively propagate mental health service reform? Provisional taxonomy and trajectories. Mental Health Review Journal. 17, 167-179.

2011

   
  • Rigby, C., Rosen, A., Berry, H., Hart, C. (2011), If the land's sick, we're sick:* The impact of prolonged drought on the social and emotional well-being of Aboriginal communities in rural New South Wales. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 19(5), 249-254. [Abstract]
  • Burgess, P., Pirkis, J., Coombs, T., Rosen, A. (2011), Assessing the value of existing recovery measures for routine use in Australian mental health services. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 45(4), 267-80. [Abstract]

2010

   
  • Gisev, N., Bell, J., O'Reilly, C., Rosen, A., Chen, T. (2010), An expert panel assessment of comprehensive medication reviews for clients of community mental health teams. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology. 45(0), 1071-9. [Abstract]
  • Rosen, A., Goldbloom, D., McGeorge, P. (2010), Mental Health Commissions: making the critical difference to the development and reform of mental health services. Current opinion in psychiatry. 23(6), 593-603. [Abstract]
  • Rosen, A., Gurr, R., Fanning, P. (2010), The future of community-centred health services in Australia: lessons from the mental health sector. Australian Health Review. 34(1), 106-15. [Abstract]

2009

   
  • Wilson, A., Rosen, A., Randal, P., Pethebridge, A., Codyre, D., Barton, D., Norrie, P., McGeorge, P., Rose, L. (2009), Psychiatrically impaired medical practitioners: an overview with special reference to impaired psychiatrists. Australasian Psychiatry. 17(1), 6-10. [Abstract]
  • Rosen, A., Wilson, A., Randal, P., Pethebridge, A., Codyre, D., Barton, D., Norrie, P., McGeorge, P., Rose, L. (2009), Psychiatrically impaired medical practitioners: better care to reduce harm and life impact, with special reference to impaired psychiatrists. Australasian Psychiatry. 17(1), 11-18. [Abstract]
  • Shiers, D., Rosen, A., Shiers, A. (2009), Beyond early intervention: can we adopt alternative narratives like ''Woodshedding'' as pathways to recovery in schizophrenia?. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 3, 163-171. [Abstract]

2008

   
  • Rosen, A., Bond, G., Teesson, M. (2008), Review: Intensive case management for severe mental illness reduces rehospitalisation when previous hospital use has been high. Evidence-based mental health. 11(2), 45. [Abstract]