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My research and professional aims are to reduce the prevalence and burden of common mental health disorders, and reduce barriers to care.
There are three parts to this research. First, my work aims to better understand how everyday actions can affect our mental health. Second, my research aims to develop and evaluate new psychological treatment models. Third, my research aims to determine how preventative tools or treatments can be most safely and effectively deployed in everyday life or in routine clinical settings.
The scope of my work is both conceptual and pragmatic. My current research explores the behavioural and cognitive habits which drive either positive or negative mental health. This has implications for the structure of psychiatric diagnostic systems and models of psychopathology, prevention and treatment.
Pragmatic questions include how new treatment protocols which build on these habits, can be used in treatment protocols to facilitate recovery and wellbeing or in prevention protocols. I am also involved in projects concerned with developing new service models, and the development of standards and regulations for digital models of psychological care.
My roles include Executive Director of the Australian national MindSpot Clinic, www.mindspot.org.au, and Co-Director of the eCentreClinic research clinic, www.ecentreclinic.org. I currently serve on advisory groups to several organisations.
Current Professional Roles Include:
- Board Member. International Society for Research into Internet Interventions (2023-Current)
- Scientific Advisor. Norwegian Centre for Mobile Mental Health (2021-Current)
- Special Advisor, UN High Commission for Refugees (2021-Current)
- Expert Advisory Group. Stay Strong Aboriginal and Islander Mental health initiative (AIMhi) (2021-Current)
- Advisory Committee Member e-Mental Health in Practice (eMH Prac) (2014-Current)
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Rickwood, D., Titov, N., Pirkis, J., Klein, B., Batterham, P. J., Epps, J. R., Goecke, R., Kolves, K., Gould, M. & Bradford, S.
1/05/19 → 30/04/24
Examining the feasibility of an internet-delivered treatment program for anxiety and depression for use with students of the University of Auckland.
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Examining the feasibility of an internet-delivered treatment program for anxiety and depression for use with students of University of Queensland (UQ) Student Services.
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1/03/17 → …
An online therapist-guided ultra-brief treatment for depression and anxiety: a randomized controlled trialBisby, M. A., Balakumar, T., Scott, A. J., Titov, N. & Dear, B. F., 1 Sept 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Psychological Medicine. 12 p.
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An open trial of the feasibility of brief internet-delivered acceptance and commitment therapy (iACT) for chronic anxiety and depressionCross, S. P., Staples, L. G., Bisby, M. A., Nielssen, O., Fisher, A., Titov, N. & Dear, B. F., Sept 2023, In: Internet Interventions. 33, p. 1-7 7 p., 100655.
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An open trial of the Things You Do Questionnaire: changes in daily actions during internet-delivered treatment for depressive and anxiety symptomsBisby, M. A., Dear, B. F., Karin, E., Fogliati, R., Dudeney, J., Ryan, K., Fararoui, A., Nielssen, O., Staples, L. G., Kayrouz, R., Cross, S. & Titov, N., 15 May 2023, In: Journal of Affective Disorders. 329, p. 483-492 10 p.
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Can internet-delivered pain management programs reduce psychological distress in chronic pain? exploring relationships between anxiety and depression, pain intensity, and disabilityBisby, M. A., Chandra, S. S., Dudeney, J., Scott, A. J., Titov, N. & Dear, B. F., 2 May 2023, In: Pain Medicine. 24, 5, p. 538–546 9 p., pnac158.
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Circumstances of suicide after registration with a national digital mental health service: an analysis of coroners’ reportsNielssen, O., Staples, L., Karin, E., Ryan, K., Kayrouz, R., Dear, B., Cross, S. & Titov, N., 24 May 2023, In: BJPsych Open. 9, 3, p. 1-8 8 p., e88.
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Titov, Nick (Recipient), 2022
Titov, Nick (Recipient), 2021