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References to published research in which Flourish Australia was involved

Clinton-McHarg, T., Gibson, L., Bartlem, K., Murray, S., Ryall, J., Orr, M., Ford, J., & Bowman, J. (2022).  Barriers to the Provision of Preventive Care to People Living with Mental Health Conditions: Self-Report by Staff Working in an Australian Community Managed Organisation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 19, 4458. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph19084458

Gibson, L. & Bartlem, K., Clinton-McHarg, T., Wilczynska, M., Rasmussen, A., Bailey, J., Ryall, J., Orr, M., Ford, J. & Bowman, J. (2021). The Provision of Preventive Care for Chronic Disease Risk Behaviours to People with a Mental Health Condition: A Survey of Staff from One Australian Community Managed Organisation. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health. Vol. 8. 1-8. DOI: 10.1007/s40737-021-00215-x

Jackson, F. (2021). Overcoming the tyranny of low expectation, diagnosis and victimhood. Brazilian Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 13, 149-155

Jackson, F. & Fong, T. (2017). Why not a peer worker. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, Vol. 21 (3), 176-183

Jackson, F. & Fong, T. (2018). Changing culture and growing peer work. In Meagher, J., Stratford, A., Jackson, F., Jayakody, E. & Fong, T. (Eds.) (2018). Peer work in Australia: A new future for mental health. Sydney: Flourish Australia & Mind Australia.

Jackson, F., Fong, T., Jones, K. & Orr, M. (2021). The lived experience workforce: The importance of respectfully embedding lived experience at all levels of service design and production. Brazilian Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 13 (36), 82-96.

Jackson, J., Heffernan, T., Orr, M., Young, R.B., Puckett, C. & Daly, S. (2020). Peer work in rural and remote communities and mental health services. In Carey, T.A. & Gullifer, J. (Eds). (2020). Handbook of Rural, Remote, and Very Remote Mental Health Services. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-5012-1_21-1

Meagher J., Stratford, A., Jackson, F., Jayakody, E. & Fong, T.  (Eds). (2018). Peer work in Australia: A new future for mental health. Sydney: Flourish Australia & Mind Australia.

Paton, J., Linnell, S., Miller, J., Horsfall, D., & Hsu, C-I. (2018). Recovering Creativity: The Art of Mental Health Recovery. DOI: 10.26183/5c89ca1db3335

Regan, C., Dray, J.,  Fehily, C., Campbell, E., Bartlem, K., Orr, M., Govindasamy, S. & Bowman, J. (2023). Co-development of implementation strategies to assist staff of a mental health community managed organisation provide preventive care for health behaviours. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. DOI: 10.002/hpja.813 

Rosenbaum, D., More, E., & Orr, M. (2023). Guest editorial: Contextualising leadership – the impact of strategy and culture in healthcare and disability services. Leadership in Health Services, Vol. 36(1), 1-8. DOI 10.1108/LHS-02-2023-101

Rosenbaum, D. & More, E. (2021). Complex Change in the Australian Nonprofit Sector. Change Management: An International Journal, Vol 22(1), 19-36. DOI: 10.18848/2327-798X/CGP/v22i01/19-36.

Rose, G. Smith, L. (2018): Mental health recovery, goal setting and working alliance in an Australian community-managed organisation.  Health Psychology Open, Volume: 5 issue: 1,   

Rose, G, von Hippel, C. Brener, L. von Hippel B. (2018): Attitudes of people working in mental health non-governmental organisations in Australia: A comparison with other mental health professionals.  Health Psychology Open, Volume: 5 issue: 1 

Scanlan, J.N., Still, M., Radican, J., Henkel, D., Heffernan, T., Farrugia, P., Isbester, J. & English, J. (2020).  Workplace experiences of mental health consumer peer workers in New South Wales, Australia: a survey study exploring job satisfaction, burnout and turnover intention. BMC Psychiatry, Vol 20, 270. DOI: 10.1186/s12888-020-02688-9

Seamus Dillon Britton, Grenville Rose, Kate Ball, Simon Swinson, Michael Wren. (2020): Quality mental health support from the point of view of people accessing mental health support services. Book of proceedings of the Brisbane 2019 Mental Health Services Conference.  TheMHS, Sydney.   

Swinson, S., Jones, K., Gourlay, S., Wilkinson, M. & Jackson F. (2021). Empowerment, recovery & social citizenship: A valuable Australian experience. Brazilian Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 13 (36), 63-81.

von Hippel C; Brener L; Rose G; 2022 Lived Experience as a Protective Factor for Mental Health Workers. Psychiatr Serv, pp appips 202100468,   

von Hippel C; Brener L; Rose G; Kjelsaas K; von Hippel W, (2021), 'No evidence that implicit identification with mental illness predicts recovery', British Journal of Clinical Psychology,