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1997 …2024

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Research interests

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 is research aimed at understanding the mechanisms of change during psychological therapy. Second is research concerned with the development and evaluation of new psychological treatment models. Third is research aimed at determining how these protocols can be most safety and effectively deployed in routine clinical settings.

The scope of my work is both conceptual and pragmatic. My current research explores the benefits of unified or trans-diagnostic treatment protocols across different disorder groups, age, and ethnic groups. This has implications for the structure of psychiatric diagnostic systems and models of psychopathology. Pragmatic questions include how these new treatment protocols can be administered safely, effectively, and acceptably to consumers. My other current research projects are concerned with improving understanding of the mechanisms of change during psychotherapy, and how to best develop standards and regulations for virtual models of psychological care.

My roles include Project Director of the Australian national MindSpot Clinic, www.mindspot.org.au, Project Director of the Western Australian Practitioner Online Referral and Treatment Service (PORTS), www.ports.org.au, and Co-Director of the eCentreClinic research clinic, www.ecentreclinic.org. I currently serve as a Board Member of the New South Wales Board of the Psychology Board of Australia, and am a member of the Digital Mental Health Advisory Group for the Australian Department of Health.

Community engagement

Current Professional Roles Include:

  1. Technical Advisory Group for the Development of the Third National Adult Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing. Australian Department of Health (2018)
  2. Expert Advisory Group. National Assessment, Referral, and Triage Project. Australian Department of Health (2018)
  3. International Advisory Board member, ImpleMentAll Project, European Union (2017–2019)
  4. New South Wales Board of the Psychology Board of Australia Committee Member (2014-current)
  5. e-Mental Health in Practice (eMH Prac) Advisory Committee Member (2014-current)

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Projects

Building a Lifeline for the future: Expectations, innovations, outcomes

Rickwood, D., Titov, N., Pirkis, J., Klein, B., Batterham, P. J., Epps, J. R., Goecke, R., Kolves, K., Gould, M. & Bradford, S.

1/05/1930/04/24

Project: Other

Acquired brain injuries - supporting emotional and cognitive health

Gandy, M., Dear, B., Titov, N., Meares, S., Staples, L., Karin, E., McDonald, S. & Fogliati, V.

1/03/17 → …

Project: Research

  • NSW Early-Mid Career Fellowship (awarded but declined)

    Dear, B., Titov, N., Sharpe, A. L., Jones, M., Cutler, H., Schroeder, L., Nielssen, O., Hadjistavropoulos, H., Staples, L. & Gandy, M.

    1/01/17 → …

    Project: Research

    Research Outputs

    A comparison of the characteristics and treatment outcomes of migrant and Australian-born users of a national digital mental health service

    Kayrouz, R., Karin, E., Staples, L. G., Nielssen, O., Dear, B. F. & Titov, N., 11 Mar 2020, In : BMC Psychiatry. 20, 1, 13 p., 111.

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  • A randomized controlled trial of internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy to prevent the development of depressive disorders in older adults with multimorbidity

    Read, J., Sharpe, L., Burton, A. L., Arean, P. A., Raue, P. J., McDonald, S., Titov, N., Gandy, M. & Dear, B. F., 1 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Affective Disorders. 264, p. 464-473 10 p.

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  • Audit and feedback of therapist-assisted internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy within routine care: a quality improvement case study

    Hadjistavropoulos, H. D., Williams, J., Adlam, K., Spice, K., Nugent, M., Owens, K. M. B., Sundström, C., Dear, B. F. & Titov, N., Apr 2020, In : Internet Interventions. 20, p. 1-9 9 p., 100309.

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    Does concurrent medication usage affect patient response to internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety?

    Edmonds, M., McCall, H., Dear, B. F., Titov, N. & Hadjistavropoulos, H. D., Mar 2020, In : Internet Interventions. 19, p. 1-7 7 p., 100302.

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    Facilitating access to iCBT: a randomized controlled trial assessing a translated version of an empirically validated program using a minimally monitored delivery model

    Robichaud, M., Talbot, F., Titov, N., Dear, B. F., Hadjistavropoulos, H. D., Hadjistavropoulos, T. & Jbilou, J., Mar 2020, In : Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 48, 2, p. 185-202 18 p.

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