Dr Amelia Gulliver

BA/BScPsych (Hons) (UC), PhD (ANU)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Biography

Amelia is a Research Fellow with the ACACIA team working on various projects relevant to, and working towards the benefit of mental health consumers and carers in the ACT. Other major previous projects she has worked on include a collaborative project with the Young and Well Collaborative Research Centre to build and evaluate an online virtual clinic for improving the mental health of university students, and an online intervention designed with the Australian Institute of Sport to improve help-seeking for mental health problems in young elite athletes.

Publications

  • Ali, K, Farrer, L, Fassnacht, D et al 2017, 'Perceived Barriers and Facilitators Towards Help-seeking for Eating Disorders: A Systematic Review', International Journal of Eating Disorders, vol. 50, no. 1, pp. 9-21.
  • Gulliver, A 2017, 'Commentary: Mental Health in Sport (MHS): Improving the Early Intervention Knowledge and Confidence of Elite Sport Staff', Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 8, pp. 3pp..
  • Gulliver, A, Farrer, L, Bennett, K et al 2017, 'University staff mental health literacy, stigma and their experience of students with mental health problems [IN PRESS]', Journal of Further and Higher Education, vol. Online.
  • Gulliver, A, Banfield, M, Reynolds, J et al 2017, 'A Peer-Led Electronic Mental Health Recovery App in an Adult Mental Health Service: Study Protocol for a Pilot Trial', JMIR Research Protocols, vol. 6, no. 12, pp. e248.
  • Loo Gee, B, Griffiths, K & Gulliver, A 2016, 'Effectiveness of mobile technologies delivering Ecological Momentary Interventions for stress and anxiety: a systematic review', Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 221-229.
  • Chan, J, Farrer, L, Gulliver, A et al 2016, 'University Students' Views on the Perceived Benefits and Drawbacks of Seeking Help for Mental Health Problems on the Internet: A Qualitative Study', JMIR Human Factors, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. e3.
  • Farrer, L, Gulliver, A, Bennett, K et al 2016, 'Demographic and psychosocial predictors of major depression and generalised anxiety disorder in Australian university students', BMC Psychiatry, vol. 16, no. 241, pp. 1-9.
  • Gulliver, A, Bennett, K, Bennett, A et al 2015, 'PRIVACY ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS A QUALITATIVE STUDY', JMIR Mental Health, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. e9-e9.
  • Farrer, L, Gulliver, A, Chan, J et al 2015, 'A VIRTUAL MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF END USER SERVICE NEEDS AND PRIORITIES', JMIR Mental Health, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. e2-e2.
  • Ali, K, Farrer, L, Gulliver, A et al 2015, 'ONLINE PEER TO PEER SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW', JMIR Mental Health, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. e19-e19.
  • Gulliver, A 2015, 'A range of personality traits and health beliefs influence mental health help-seeking behaviour in young people', Evidence-based nursing, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 117-117.
  • Gulliver, A, Farrer, L, Chan, J et al 2015, 'Technology-based interventions for tobacco and other drug use in university and college students: a systematic review and meta-analysis', Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 1-10pp.
  • Farrer, L, Gulliver, A, Bennett, K et al 2015, 'Exploring the acceptability of online mental health interventions among university teaching staff: Implications for intervention dissemination and uptake', Internet Interventions, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 359-365.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K, Mackinnon, A et al 2015, 'The mental health of Australian elite athletes', Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 255-261.
  • Cunningham, J, Gulliver, A, Farrer, L et al 2014, 'Internet Interventions for Mental Health and Addictions: Current Findings and Future Directions', Current Psychiatry Reviews, vol. 16, no. 12, pp. 521-521.
  • Farrer, L, Gulliver, A, Chan, J et al 2013, 'Technology-based interventions for mental health in tertiary students: Systematic review', Journal of Medical Internet Research, vol. 15, no. 5, pp. e101-e101.
  • Batterham, P, Gulliver, A & Farrer, L 2013, Explainer: what is depression?, pp. online.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K, Christensen, H et al 2012, 'INTERNET BASED INTERVENTIONS TO PROMOTE MENTAL HEALTH HELP SEEKING IN ELITE ATHLETES AN EXPLORATORY RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL', Journal of Medical Internet Research, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. e69-e69.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K, Christensen, H et al 2012, 'A systematic review of help-seeking interventions for depression, anxiety and general psychological distress', BMC Psychiatry, vol. 12, no. 81.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2012, 'Barriers and facilitators to mental health help-seeking for young elite athletes: a qualitative study', BMC Psychiatry, vol. 12, no. 157, pp. 157-157.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2011, The Elite Athlete Mental Health Strategy (TEAMS) A randomised controlled trial of Internet-based interventions to promote mental health help-seeking in elite athletes. A report prepared for the Australian Institute of Sport.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2010, The Mental Health of Australian Athletes.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2010, Barriers and Facilitators to Mental Health Help-Seeking for Young Elite Athletes: A Qualitative Study.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2010, 'Perceived barriers and facilitators to mental health help-seeking in young people: a systematic review', BMC Psychiatry, vol. 10, no. 113, p. 9.
  • Gulliver, A, Griffiths, K & Christensen, H 2009, Barriers and Facilitators to Help-Seeking in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Systematic Review.
  • MacDonald, E, Gulliver, A, Christensen, H et al 2007, Primary Care Management of Comorbid Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Problems: Co-occurring depression/anxiety problems and substance use problems.
  • Christensen, H, Griffiths, K, Gulliver, A et al 2008, 'Models in the delivery of depression care: A systematic review of randomized and controlled intervention trials', BMC Family Practice Journal, vol. 9, pp. 25-31.
  • Christensen, H, Griffiths, K & Gulliver, A 2008, 'Plenty of activity but little outcome data: a review of the "grey literature" on primary care anxiety and depression programs in Australia.', Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 188, no. 12, pp. S103-S106.