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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 22+ research outputs authored by Prof Sabina Knight from 2012 onwards.

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Western Queensland Primary Care Collaborative Limited - Research Grant

Co-designing and evaluating youth mental health services in remote, Central and NW Qld.

Indicative Funding
$207,800 over 2 years
Summary
This project will trial place-based youth (aged 12-25 years) mental health service models in remote Queensland communities. Co-design workshops will be conducted with young people and key stakeholders in North West Queensland (NWQ) and Central West Queensland (CWQ). The workshops will identify and prioritise youth mental health needs, incorporate young people's input in service design, structure and delivery, and co-define service effectiveness indicators. Based on workshop findings, WQPHN will commission appropriate service to offer mental health assessments, referral and clinical service delivery in NWQ. In the final stage, model evaluation will be conducted to improve service delivery and inform future rollout of services.
Investigators
Yaqoot Fatima, Santosh Jatrana and Sabina Knight (Mt Isa Centre for Rural & Remote Health)
Keywords
Youth mental health; Service model; Co-design; Rural health

Western Queensland Primary Care Collaborative Limited - Contract Research

Co-designing and evaluating youth mental health services in remote Queensland

Indicative Funding
$207,800 over 2 years
Summary
This project will trial place-based youth (aged 12-25 years) mental health service models in remote Queensland communities. Co-design workshops will be conducted with young people and key stakeholders in North West Queensland (NWQ) and Central West Queensland (CWQ). The workshops will identify and prioritise youth mental health needs, incorporate young people's input in service design, structure and delivery, and co-define service effectiveness indicators. Based on workshop findings, WQPHN will commission appropriate service to offer mental health assessments, referral and clinical service delivery in NWQ. In the final stage, model evaluation will be conducted to improve service delivery and inform future rollout of services.
Investigators
Yaqoot Fatima, Santosh Jatrana and Sabina Knight (Mt Isa Centre for Rural & Remote Health)
Keywords
Youth mental health; Service model; Co- design; Rural Health

Western Queensland Primary Care Collaborative Limited - Research Grant

After Hours - ED Presentation Project

Indicative Funding
$250,000 over 5 years
Summary
The aim of the project is to: a) Develop a place based approach for cross-service/practice model of After Hours Primary Care service delivery and; b) Develop a framework for the development of After Hours services, make recommendations for the next steps in appropriate After Hours service delivery, and provide recommendations with regard to how to move toward implementation.
Investigators
Sabina Knight and Yaqoot Fatima in collaboration with Maureen Khan (Mt Isa Centre for Rural & Remote Health and College of Medicine & Dentistry)
Keywords
Emergency Department; After Hours Primary Care; Practice Model

Western Queensland Primary Care Collaborative Limited - Contract Research

Diabetes Collaborative Evaluation Project

Indicative Funding
$28,860 over 1 year
Summary
The diabetes collaborative is a Continuous quality Improvement (CQI) approach to change that aims to improve health outcomes for patients diagnosed with Diabetes. It involves the introduction of a team-based, sustainable approach to learning whilst providing a sound understanding and application of quality improvement methodology and skills. This project aims to evaluate the implementation and outcomes of the WQPHN diabetes collaborative. Expected outcomes of the equation will be a greater understanding of the process of implementation and any changes within participant health services as a result of the collaborative. Evaluation of the program in the rural and remote context of WQPHN will inform on feasibility and effectiveness of this approach.
Investigators
Sarah Larkins, Karen Carlisle, Sabina Knight, Rebecca Evans, Robyn Preston and Karen Johnston (College of Medicine & Dentistry, Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine and Mt Isa Centre for Rural & Remote Health)
Keywords
Quality Improvement Approach; Primary Health Care; Diabetes
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  • 1 collaboration
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