About

Dr Beryl Buckby is a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer in the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Master of Psychology (Clinical) Programs at the Townsville campus of James Cook University. Her teaching and research encompasses Clinical supervision and psychopathology, Young-age onset dementia, mental health particularly Interventions for PTSD, and secondary traumatic stress, as well as suicide and suicide prevention in North Queensland Communities.  Her current focus is Interprofessional education and communication and the role Psychologists play in enhancing person-centred care.  She was previously a researcher for three years in the National beyondblue Postnatal Depression Program screening 4600 mothers-to-be in antenatal clinics across Queensland with follow-up at six months post-partum.

Dr Buckby is currently collaborating with Dr Wendy Li and others to investigate mental health among medical professionals in Foshan City, China.

 

 

 

Teaching
  • PY4108: Advanced Topics in Psychology Part 1 of 2 (Level 4; CNS & TSV)
  • PY5003: Adult Psychopathology (Level 5; TSV)
  • PY5012: Methods of Intervention 2 (Level 5; SIN & TSV)
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Socio-Economic Objectives
Honours
Awards
  • 2015 - James Cook University Inclusive Practice Award
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Health and Family Planning Bureau of Foshan City, China - Grant

Mental Health Among Medical Professionals in Foshan City, China

Indicative Funding
$11,000 (administered by Australia China Culture & Education Exchange Centre)
Summary
This project aims to investigate mental health among medical professionals in Foshan City, China. The mental health of physicians is now recognised as a serious issue in China after a number of high profile incidences in which doctors have been attacked by patients. Of course, being a high stress occupation, mental health issues caused by professional stress and burnout have always been present among medical professionals. This study seeks to use a mix-methods approach to explore such issues.
Investigators
Wendy Li, Alan Clough, Edward Helmes, Beryl Buckby, G Xie, Xinyi Huang and Peng Li in collaboration with K Jackson (College of Healthcare Sciences, College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences, The Third Peoples Hospital of Foshan City, Guangdong Pharmaceutical University and Guangzhou University)
Keywords
Mental Health; Anxiety; Stress; Depression; Job Satisfaction; China; Medical Professionals
Supervision

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Current
  • Relationship Sabotage: An Attachment and Goal Orientation Perspective on Seeking Love but Failing to Maintain Intimate Relationships (Masters , Secondary Advisor)

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