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Julia Reynolds. DrugInfo seminar: Information and communication technology. 22 August 2011

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  • Presentation made available by the Australian National University. It includes material from 3rd parties used with permission or under statutory licences. No material available from this presentation may be copied, reproduced or communicated without the prior permission of the ANU
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  • Surfing the e-couch: a quick guide to e-hub services
    Julia Reynolds, e-hub clinical services manager
    Turning Point: Melbourne 22.08.2011
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  • e- services can be:
    Used for mass delivery and
    access, autonomy, privacy, engagement
    shame, stigma
    Effective, cost effective
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  • e-hub services
    Mental health Information
    Automated self helptools (CBT and other therapies)
    Online peer support
    Free, accessible, based on best available evidence
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  • e-hub: current AOD projects:
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    Stimulant use
    MI + CBT
    f2f practice 3 modules
    Recruiting October
    U/age (16-18yr) binge drinking:
    1) Influential factors (now)
    2) Brief intervention
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  • 35% of people with substance use disorder have at least 1 affective or anxiety disorder
    People in AOD treatment: 51- 84% have mental illness
    Most freq: mood, anxiety, personality
    + extremely high rate of trauma exposure
    Australia: 69% outpt Rx for ETOH dependence D or Anx
    as cited in Mills et al (2010) “Guidelines on the management of co-occurring drug and alcohol and mental health problems in alcohol and other drug treatment settings.” http://www.med.unsw.edu.au/NDARCWeb.nsf/page/Comorbidity+Guidelines
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  • www.bluepages.anu.edu.au
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  • www.moodgym.anu.edu.au
    ~49,000 unique visitors/month
    > 20 studies
    English/Norwegian
    5 modules: 20-40 mins
    Quizzes,
    Audio downloads
    Interactive workbook
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    203 nation states by 2008
    > 400,000 reg’d users
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  • Lifeline users:
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  • www.ecouch.anu.edu.au
    The latest!
    Quizzes, workbooks, downloads
    Currently: 6 RCTs
    6733 unique visitors per month
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    1) PSYCHOEDUCATION
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    2) Tool kits
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  • Board themes
    Supporting others
    Need for self care
    The ways that caring can disempower people
    Supporting others when they are not at the point of seeking help
    Self- support
    Treatments
    Managing symptoms
    Managing ripple effects (e.g., work, r/ships)
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    How might e-hub be used ?
    Self-help: Prevention/ Early intervention/ Relapse Prevention?
    2) With the support of a therapist in dual/ multiple diagnosis?
    A resource for f2f cbt – combined use may improve outcomes??
    A supervised self-help intervention that runs alongside other forms of therapy – e.g., where a client’s situation is complex
    Peer groups may provide social skills / exposure practice, distraction/ soothing, social support
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  • e-hub assist
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