Publications by eMHPrac/Partners

Publications by eMHPrac/Partners

This page contains details of articles and papers developed by the eMHPrac Team and eMHPrac partners.

Edwards, D & Singer J (2020). “Just ‘cause you make it look black, doesn’t make it black’: why the WellMob site was launched. Croakey independent, in-depth social journalism for health.

Raphiphatthana B, Sweet M, Puszka S, Dingwall K, Nagel, T (2020). Evaluation of a three-phase implementation program in enhancing e-mental health adoption within Indigenous primary healthcare organisations. BMC Health Services Research. 20. 10.1186/s12913

Raphiphatthana B, Sweet M, Puszka S, Whitty M, Dingwall K, Nagel T. (2019). Evaluation of e-mental health implementation in Northern Territory services using the i-PARIHS framework. JMIR Mental Health. 7. 10.2196/14835.

Sturk, H., Crowther, R. & Kavanagh D.J. (2019). Head to health: Practitioner views of the digital mental health gateway. Aust. J. Rural Health. 27:448-453.

Batterham, P. J., Calear, A. L., O’Dea, B., Larsen, M. E., J Kavanagh, D., Titov, N., … Gorman, P. (2019). Stakeholder perspectives on evidence for digital mental health interventions: Implications for accreditation systems. Digital health, 5, 2055207619878069. doi:10.1177/2055207619878069

Orman, J. (2018). e-Therapy in primary care mental health. Aust. J. General Practice, Vol. 4, No. 4, April.

Orman, J. (2018). Try Psychological Therapy First for Mild Depression. The Medical Republic, 12 February.

Orman, J. (2018). Stepped care and e-mental health tools. Integration into general practice. Medicine Today, Vol. 19, no. 7, July 2018.

Orman, J. (2018). Mental Health is every doctor’s business. Medical Journal of Australia – Insight, 1 October 2018.Orman, J. in Machocha J. (2017). Book Chapter 15 e-mental Health Programs and Interventions (pg. 223-237). Nurturing Young Minds: Mental Wellbeing in the Digital Age.

Orman, J. in Machocha J. (2017). Book Chapter 15 e-mental Health Programs and Interventions (pg. 223-237). Nurturing Young Minds: Mental Wellbeing in the Digital Age.

Orman, J. (2017). E-mental Health for Psychological Distress in University Students: A narrative synthesis evidence and practice. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, Volume 3, Issue 3, December, Special Edition: Mental Health

Bird, J., Rotumah, D., Bennett-Levy, J. & Singer, J., (2017). Publication diversity in e-mental health practice: an exploratory qualitative study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service providers. JMIR Mental Health, 4(2):e17.

Bennett-Levy, J., Singer, J., DuBois, S., Hyde, K. (2017). Translating e-mental health in practice: What are the barriers and enablers to e-mental health implementation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals. JMIR, 19(1):e1 URL:

Puszka, S., Dingwall, K., Sweet, M., Nagel, T. (2016) e-Mental health innovations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A qualitative study of implementation needs. 3(3):e43.

Povey J., Patj Patj Janama Robert Mills, Dingwall K., Lowell A., Singer J., Rotumah D., Bennett-Levy J., Nagel, T. (2016). Acceptability of Mental Health Apps for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A Qualitative Study. J Med Internet Res 2016;18(3):e65

Singer, J., Bennett-Levy, J., & Rotumah, D., (2015). “You didn’t just consult community, you involved us”: Transformation of a ‘top down’ Aboriginal mental health project into a ‘bottom up’ community-driven process. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(6), 614–619.

Reynolds, J., Griffiths, L., Cunningham, J.A., Bennet, K., Bennet, A. (2015). Clinical Practice Models for the Use of E-Mental Health Resources in Primary Health Care by Health Professionals and Peer Workers: A Conceptual Framework. Journal for Medical Internet Research JMIR Mental Health (23 March); 2(1):e6 Prog Report 4

Dingwall, K., Puzska, S., Sweet, M. & Nagel, T. (2015). “Like Drawing Into Sand”: Acceptability, Feasibility, and Appropriateness of a New e-Mental Health resource for service providers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Australian Psychologist. Vol. 50, (60-69)

Dingwall, K.M., Puszka, S., Sweet, M., Mills, P.P.J.R. & Nagel, T. (2015). Evaluation of a culturally adapted training course in Indigenous e-Mental Health. Australasian Psychiatry Vol. 23 (6)


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