Conjoint Professor Greg Carter
MBBS. FRANZCP. Cert Child Psych. PhD.
Conjoint Professor GREGORY CARTER M.B.B.S. FRANZCP. Certificate of Training in Child Psychiatry. PhD. Professor Carter is currently the Senior Staff Specialist and Acting Director of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Calvary Mater Newcastle Hospital, Waratah; and Conjoint Professor in Psychiatry in the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Newcastle. He is Lead Clinician for Psycho-Oncology in the Hunter New England Cancer Network. He is also Principal Researcher in the Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research, University of Newcastle. He is Chair of the ITC Committee for the RANZCP. His current areas of clinical and research interest include; deliberate self poisoning, suicide prevention, epidemiology of suicidal behaviours, attitudes to euthanasia, delirium, toxicology of psycho-active drugs, post-stroke depression, organ donation and psycho-oncology. He maintains an interest in Tourette’s Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in children and adolescents. He is member of: the RANZCP (Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists), the ASPR (Australasian Society of Psychiatric Research), the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Strategic Planning Group (University of Washington), the AACAP (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry), the AAS (American Academy of Suicidology), the IASR (International Association of Suicide Researchers), and the Psycho-Oncology Cooperative Research Group (PoCoG), Australia.
- Children or young people
- Suicidal behaviour(suicidal ideation, suicidal risk, suicide attempt)
- Mental health, mental ill health
- Research opportunities
- Innovative approaches to suicide prevention
- Connecting with post-graduate candidates
- Collaboration with Australian suicide prevention services, programs and resources
Acute Alcohol Co-Ingestion and Hospital-Treated Deliberate Self-Poisoning: Is There an Effect on Subsequent Self-Harm?
Borruso LD, Buckley NA, Kirby KA, Carter G, Pilgrim JL, Chitty KM
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 49 293-302 (2019)
View at onlinelibrary.wiley.com
Population attributable risk of factors associated with the repetition of self-harm behaviour in young people presenting to clinical services: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Witt K, Milner A, Spittal MJ, Hetrick S, Robinson J, Pirkis J, Carter G
EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY, 28 5-18 (2019)
View at link.springer.com
Suicide Risk Assessment Risk Stratification Is Not Accurate Enough to Be Clinically Useful and Alternative Approaches Are Needed
Carter G, Spittal MJ
CRISIS-THE JOURNAL OF CRISIS INTERVENTION AND SUICIDE PREVENTION, 39 229-234 (2018)
View at econtent.hogrefe.com
Predicting suicidal behaviours using clinical instruments: Systematic review and meta-analysis of positive predictive values for risk scales
Carter G, Milner A, McGill K, Pirkis J, Kapur N, Spittal MJ
British Journal of Psychiatry, 210 387-395 (2017)
View at www.cambridge.org
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