H Capon, M O'Shea, S McIver
(2019), Vol. 37, pp. 122-132, Complementary therapies in clinical practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
A Quinn, O Dean, C Davey, M Kerr, S Harrigan, S Cotton, A Chanen, S Dodd, A Ratheesh, G Amminger, M Phelan, A Williams, A Mackinnon, F Giorlando, S Baird, S Rice, M O'Shea, M Schäfer, E Mullen, S Hetrick, P McGorry, M Berk
(2018), Vol. 12, pp. 45-54, Early intervention in psychiatry, London, Eng., C1
T Callaly, C Ackerly, M Hyland, S Dodd, M O'Shea, M Berk
(2010), Vol. 34, pp. 382-385, Australian Health Review, C1-1
T Callaly, S Dodd, C Ackerly, P Hantz, M O'Shea, M Berk
(2009), Vol. 17, pp. 480-483, Australasian Psychiatry, C1-1
Funded Projects at Deakin
Other Public Sector Funding
Deakin Family Options: A randomized controlled trial of enhanced cognitive therapy and family education for youth depression, anxiety and substance abuse.
A/Prof Andrew Lewis, Prof John Toumbourou, Prof Lina Ricciardelli, A/Prof Tess Knight, Ms Melanie Bertino, Dr Melissa O'Shea, Ms Reima Pryor
- 2012: $11,837
- 2011: $106,533
Establishment of a Translational Mental Health Research Program.
Dr Melissa O'Shea
- 2021: $75,000
- 2020: $75,000
An evaluation of the first two years of implementation of the Australian Mental Health Leaders Fellowship (AMHLF).
A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, A/Prof Grant Phelps, Mr John Rasa, Mr Imran Muhammad, A/Prof Martin Hensher, Dr Melissa O'Shea, Prof Michael Berk
- 2021: $25,652
- 2020: $51,305
Industry and Other Funding
Improving physical and mental health and wellbeing
Dr Subhadra Evans, Dr Melissa O'Shea
- 2018: $63,000
- 2017: $50,000
Industry Partnership: Deakin University and Barwon Child Youth and Families.
Dr Melissa O'Shea, Prof Jane McGillivray, Kate Morrissey
- 2020: $45,270
- 2019: $65,672
An examination of an interprofessional models and partnership between headspace Geelong and Deakin University for the youth mental health workforce.
Dr Melissa O'Shea, A/Prof Genevieve Pepin
- 2020: $96,000
No completed student supervisions to report