student profile: Ms Claire Mcaulay


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Bipolar Disorder and Eating-Disordered Cognitions and Behaviours

Supervisors: Stephen TOUYZ , Timothy OUTHRED, Jonathan MOND, Gin MALHI

Thesis abstract:

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Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Outhred, T., McAulay, C., Gessler, D., Malhi, G. (2016). Monitoring for Metabolic Dysfunction and Cardiovascular Disease in Bipolar Disorder: A Shared Illness Process Approach. In Bernhard T. Baune, Phillip J. Tully (Eds.), Cardiovascular Diseases and Depression: Treatment and Prevention in Psychocardiology, (pp. 333-350). Switzerland: Springer. [More Information]

Journals

  • McAulay, C., Mond, J., Touyz, S. (2017). Early intervention for bipolar disorder in adolescents: A psychosocial perspective. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. [More Information]
  • Zwickert, K., Rieger, E., Swinbourne, J., Manns, C., McAulay, C., Gibson, A., Salis (nee Sainsbury), A., Caterson, I. (2016). High or low intensity text-messaging combined with group treatment equally promote weight loss maintenance in obese adults. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 10(6), 680-691. [More Information]
  • Malhi, G., McAulay, C., Gershon, S., Gessler, D., Fritz, K., Das, P., Outhred, T. (2016). The Lithium Battery: assessing the neurocognitive profile of lithium in bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 18(2), 102-115. [More Information]
  • Malhi, G., McAulay, C., Das, P., Fritz, K. (2015). Maintaining mood stability in bipolar disorder: a clinical perspective on pharmacotherapy. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18(1), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Young, J., O’Halloran, A., McAulay, C., Pirotta, M., Forsdike, K., Stacey, I., Currow, D. (2015). Unconditional and conditional incentives differentially improved general practitioners’ participation in an online survey: randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 68(6), 693-697. [More Information]
  • Varlow, M., Stacey, I., Dunlop, S., Young, J., Kite, J., Dessaix, A., McAulay, C. (2014). Self-reported participation and beliefs about bowel cancer screening in New South Wales, Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(2), 97-103. [More Information]

2017

  • McAulay, C., Mond, J., Touyz, S. (2017). Early intervention for bipolar disorder in adolescents: A psychosocial perspective. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. [More Information]

2016

  • Zwickert, K., Rieger, E., Swinbourne, J., Manns, C., McAulay, C., Gibson, A., Salis (nee Sainsbury), A., Caterson, I. (2016). High or low intensity text-messaging combined with group treatment equally promote weight loss maintenance in obese adults. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 10(6), 680-691. [More Information]
  • Outhred, T., McAulay, C., Gessler, D., Malhi, G. (2016). Monitoring for Metabolic Dysfunction and Cardiovascular Disease in Bipolar Disorder: A Shared Illness Process Approach. In Bernhard T. Baune, Phillip J. Tully (Eds.), Cardiovascular Diseases and Depression: Treatment and Prevention in Psychocardiology, (pp. 333-350). Switzerland: Springer. [More Information]
  • Malhi, G., McAulay, C., Gershon, S., Gessler, D., Fritz, K., Das, P., Outhred, T. (2016). The Lithium Battery: assessing the neurocognitive profile of lithium in bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 18(2), 102-115. [More Information]

2015

  • Malhi, G., McAulay, C., Das, P., Fritz, K. (2015). Maintaining mood stability in bipolar disorder: a clinical perspective on pharmacotherapy. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 18(1), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Young, J., O’Halloran, A., McAulay, C., Pirotta, M., Forsdike, K., Stacey, I., Currow, D. (2015). Unconditional and conditional incentives differentially improved general practitioners’ participation in an online survey: randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 68(6), 693-697. [More Information]

2014

  • Varlow, M., Stacey, I., Dunlop, S., Young, J., Kite, J., Dessaix, A., McAulay, C. (2014). Self-reported participation and beliefs about bowel cancer screening in New South Wales, Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(2), 97-103. [More Information]

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