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Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE)

About the Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE)

The School of Psychology Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) was established in 2013 to strengthen the research functions of the UQ Psychology Clinic and to provide a platform for collaborative research between academics, clinicians and students working and training in the field of clinical psychology.

In late 2015, with planning towards the expanded UQ Psychology Clinic at Upland Road underway, the CHOICE centre expanded its reach to include the professional psychology streams in the Clinical and Masters of Applied Psychology programs: clinical, neuropsychology, health, sport and counselling psychology.

The CHOICE centre has a number of objectives:

 

  • To develop the disciplines of clinical and applied psychology by conducting high-quality basic and applied programs of research that provide a link between clinical theory and practice;
  • To provide clinical and applied postgraduate students with high-quality research opportunities to further their training;
  • To strengthen links from the clinical and applied programs of the School with industry and the professions through engaging in collaborative research ventures with government, NGO, industry, and community partners.

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Contact the Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE)

Phone:
+617 3365 6230
Fax:
+617 3365 4466
Location
Level 2, McElwain Building (24A)
Postal Address:

The Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education
School of Psychology
The University of Queensland

Email:

Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) Staff

Program Directors

Picture of 'Dr Genevieve Dingle'
Room:
329
Phone:
+61 7 3365 7295
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Nancy A. Pachana'
Room:
SS-324
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6832
Email:

CHOICE Members

Picture of 'Dr Ruth Bouma'
Room:
MC-212
Phone:
Extn 56450 (+617 3365 6450)
Email:
Picture of 'Associate Professor Vanessa Cobham'
Room:
MC-411
Phone:
+61 7 3346 9911
Email:
Picture of 'Ms Melanie Dalton'
Phone:
0421 896 760
Email:
Picture of 'Dr Melissa Day'
Room:
330
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6421
Email:
Picture of 'Dr Genevieve Dingle'
Room:
329
Phone:
+61 7 3365 7295
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Kim Halford'
Room:
MC-334
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6375
Email:
Picture of 'Dr Paul Harnett'
Room:
MC-410
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6723
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Catherine Haslam'
Room:
234
Phone:
+61 7 3346 7565
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Justin Kenardy'
Room:
N/A
Phone:
+61 413807163
Email:
Picture of 'Dr Leander Mitchell'
Phone:
+617 3365 6451
Email:
Picture of 'Elissa Morriss'
Room:
119 McElwain building
Phone:
3365 8290
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Nancy A. Pachana'
Room:
SS-324
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6832
Email:
Picture of 'Professor Kenneth Pakenham'
Room:
MC-326
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6677
Email:
Picture of 'Helen Ross'
Room:
119 McElwain building
Phone:
3365 8290
Email:
Picture of 'Dr Jeanie Sheffield'
Room:
MC-122
Phone:
+61 7 3365 6690
Email:

Honorary Staff

 

 

Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) Latest News

CHOICE October Seminar

CHOICE October Seminar

Functional Contextual Pharmacology: ACT on Drugs Matrix Collaborative - Powerpoint presentation available for download
CHOICE research conference

CHOICE research conference

Inaugural CHOICE research conference with guest speaker is Anthea Fursland from the Centre for Clinical Interventions

Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) Current Events

CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Thursday, 2nd November 2017
Conducting Structured Clinical Interviews with Indigenous Australians in a Culturally Valid Way
CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Thursday, 5th October 2017
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain
CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Finished
The Emergence of the Compassion Focused Therapies
CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Finished
The Parents Under Pressure Program
CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Finished
Reflections on Successes and Failures in Attempts to Implement Evidence Based Practice
CHOICE Seminar

CHOICE Seminar

Finished
Language and communication in relation to dementia

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Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) Media

A study led by Professor Catherine Haslam has shown people aged over 50 are more agile mentally if they are socially active - and the effect is even more pronounced in 80-year-olds.

Socialising for brain health

A study led by Professor Catherine Haslam has shown people aged over 50 are more agile mentally if they are socially active - and the effect is even more pronounced in 80-year-olds.

Publications from the Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE)

Young people’s uses of music for well-being

Authors:
Papinczak, Z. E., Dingle, G. A., Stoyanov, S. R., Hides, L. & Zelenko, O.
Journal:
Journal of Youth Studies

Breaking good: breaking ties with social groups may be good for recovery from substance misuse

Authors:
Dingle, G. A., Stark, C., Cruwys, T. & Best, D.
Journal:
British Journal of Social Psychology

Self-generated cognitive fluency as an alternative route to preference formation

Authors:
Merryn D. Constable, Andrew P. Bayliss, Steven P. Tipper, Ada Kritikos
Journal:
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2013) 47–52

Event coding and motor priming: how attentional modulation may influence binding across action properties

Authors:
B. Ocampo, D. R. Painter, A. Kritikos
Journal:
Experimental Brain Research, 219., 139-150

“Gaze Leading”: Initiating Simulated Joint Attention Influences Eye Movements and Choice Behavior

Authors:
Andrew P. Bayliss, Emily Murphy, Claire K. Naughtin, Ada Kritikos, Leonhard Schilbach, and Stefanie I. Becker
Journal:
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Advance online publication.

A driving cessation program to identify and improve transport and lifestyle goals of older retired and retiring drivers

Authors:
Gustafsson, L., Liddle, J., Liang, P., Pachana, N.A., Hoyle, M., Mitchell, G., & McKenna, K.
Journal:
International Psychogeriatrics, 24(5), 794-802.

Anxiety and depression in adults in their eighties: do gender differences remain?

Authors:
Pachana, N.A., McLaughlin, D., Leung, J., Byrne, G., & Dobson, A.
Journal:
International Psychogeriatrics, 24(1), 145-150 (2012)

The contribution of mindfulness-based therapies for children and families and proposed conceptual integration

Authors:
Harnett, Paul.H and Dawe, Sharon
Journal:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health (2012)

Cognitive effects of chemotherapy-induced menopause in breast cancer

Authors:
Vearncombe, K., Rolfe, M., Andrew, B., Pachana, N.A., Wright, M., & Beadle, G.
Journal:
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48, 1436-1444. (2011)

Evaluation of a caregiver education program to support memory and communication in dementia

Authors:
Broughton, M., Smith, E.R., Baker, R., Angwin, A.J., Pachana, N.A., Copland, D.A., Humphreys, M.S., Gallois, C., Byrne, G.J., & Chenery, H.J.
Journal:
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48, 1436-1444. (2011)

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Featured Projects at the Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE)

Anxiety in Parkinson’s Disease Treatment (APT)

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In our research and clinical training group, we aim to try to understand measuring, diagnosing and treating anxiety in patients with PD more effectively.
READY (REsilience of Adults everyDaY)

READY (REsilience of Adults everyDaY)

The READY training program is designed to help people to be more resilient in their everyday life.
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