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About Coralie J Wilson

I have career strengths in education and mental health research.

I trained as a primary and secondary school teacher with endorsements in special education, mathematics and music. Later, I completed post-graduate training in music performance and theory, together with organisational, developmental, educational, and abnormal psychology, including an honours degree and PhD in clinical psychology subjects and research.
I am currently the Foundation Academic Leader (Head) of Personal and Professional Development (PPD) in the new Graduate School of Medicine (GSM) at the University of Wollongong, and was the Foundation Leader of the GSM Behavioural Health Sciences curriculum when the School commenced in January 2006.
I have an active research program that comprises translational, theoretical, and applied projects that aim to:
(1) Identify determinants of help-seeking and help-negation in three populations groups - adolescents, men, and health care professionals;
(2) Identify mechanisms of symptom and behaviour change specific to each group;
(3) Develop and evaluate services and interventions to improve medical and mental health and wellbeing in each group.

Go to http://www.uow.edu.au/gsm/staff/UOW028294.html, for further program details.

Positions

Present Academic Leader, Personal and Professional Development & Behavioural Health Scientist, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Wollongong
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Contact Information

Dr Coralie Wilson
Graduate School of Medicine
University of Wollongong NSW 2522
Australia
T + 61 2 4221 5135
F + 61 4221 4341
W http://www.uow.edu.au/gsm/staff/UOW028294.html

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Help-negation (13)

Help-seeking interventions (3)

Clinician mental health and help-seeking (2)

Gatekeeper training (1)

Measuring help-seeking intentions (2)

Mechanisms of symptom change (1)

Faculty archives (9)