Professor Nicholas Glozier
Professor of Psychological Medicine
M02 - Mallet Street Campus
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Nick Glozier is interested in a range of mental health and disability issues particularly multimorbidity, psychosocial and work related disability research, stress, stigma and discrimination. He is a consultant psychiatrist and epidemiologist. He conducts work on diagnosis, measurement, assessment and instrument development in mental ill health and disability in range of cultural settings. He is an accredited trainer in the WHO CIDI instrument and was a consultant on the International Classification of Functioning and Health.
Epidemiology, health services evaluation and clinical trials of interventions in people with mental disorders comorbid with physical health conditions e.g. sleep, cardiovascular and neurological conditions.
Both developed and developing settings.
Development of mental disorders in young adults.
Work stress and related psychiatric disability.
Runs the Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Programme at the Central Clinical School (RPA Hospital) in year 3 of the GMP.
Teaches on a range of courses in the Graduate Medical Program, pharmacy and public health
Current national competitive grants*
The validation of a culturally-specific measure to identify depression in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with or without chronic disease
Hackett M, Cass A, Glozier N, Skinner T, Teixeira-Pinto A, Askew
NHMRC Project Grant ($641,456 over 3 years)
A novel intervention targeting insomnia to prevent Major Depressive Disorder in the community
Christensen H, Glozier N, Griffiths K, Butler J
NHMRC Project Grant ($913,390 over 3 years)
An RCT of the efficacy of adjunctive internet based CBTi in treating depression and anxiety in older men
Glozier N, Christensen H, Griffiths K, Naismith S, Hickie I
Beyondblue: The National Depression Initiative, Research Support ($391,364 over 3 years)
CCRE in Interdisciplinary Sleep Health
Grunstein R, Anderson C, Liu P, Cistulli P, Glozier N, Armour C, Robinson P, Marks G
National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Clinical Research Excellence ($2,500,000 over 6 years)
* Grants administered through the University of Sydney