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Research Biography

Malcolm Battersby is Professor of Psychiatry of Flinders University and Clinical Director of the Southern Adelaide Mental Health Services.

He established the Flinders Human Behaviour and Health Research Unit and cognitive behavioural post graduate courses at Flinders University. He also established the Centre for Anxiety and Related Disorder Unit and the Statewide Gambling Therapy Services. He is Director of the Flinders Centre for Gambling Research. Professor Battersby trained with Professor Isaac Marks at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in behavioural treatment of anxiety disorders and severe neurotic conditions. His team has led the training and supervision of low intensity coaches for the Beyondblue NewAccess program that saw over 3000 people with anxiety and depression, achieving recovery rates of 68%.

He was awarded a Harkness Research Fellowship in the study of chronic condition self-management in the United States during 2003-2004 and had led the development of the Flinders Program of chronic condition management, now provided across Australia and internationally. He is chief investigator of the NHMRC trial of the use of the Flinders Program to improve cardiovascular risk in people with psychosis.

Research Interests

New models of behaviour change in two areas of clinical science: behaviour change for people with chronic medical and mental health conditions through the development of the Flinders program of self-management care planning, and the development of a unique cognitive behaviour treatment model for problem gambling. Both models developed by parallel efforts in research, clinical programs and postgraduate courses for health professionals.

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    Can low intensity CBT for non-cardiac chest pain presentations to an emergency department be efficacious? a pilot study

    Venning, A., Wilkinson, M., Redpath, P., Ly, M., Brown, S. & Battersby, M., 26 Oct 2019, p. 107-108. 2 p.

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  • 3 Citations (Scopus)