Researcher

Dr Mark Deady

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Biography

PhD, BPsych (Hons)

Dr Mark Deady is a UNSW postdoctoral research fellow at the Black Dog Institute and works in the Workplace Mental Health Research Program. He has over ten years research experience in the field of mental health and substance use disorders. In this time he has worked on a range of projects at a coronial, epidemiological, and clinical level. Dr Deady was conferred his PhD in 2015 for his thesis exploring co-occurring...view more

PhD, BPsych (Hons)

Dr Mark Deady is a UNSW postdoctoral research fellow at the Black Dog Institute and works in the Workplace Mental Health Research Program. He has over ten years research experience in the field of mental health and substance use disorders. In this time he has worked on a range of projects at a coronial, epidemiological, and clinical level. Dr Deady was conferred his PhD in 2015 for his thesis exploring co-occurring depression and alcohol use in young people and the development of an online intervention. He has a particular interest in e-health in the treatment and prevention of a range of mental health and substance use conditions, specifically in workplace settings and among difficult to reach populations.

Dr Deady has extensive expertise in e-health project management, online service delivery and clinical trials. He has an interest in improving access to evidence-based care through technology and the translation of research into practice, particularly in high-risk groups including young people, emergency workers, and male-dominated industry groups. Dr Deady has been involved in the development and evaluation of multiple mental health smartphone apps and e-health technologies. He is currently funded through an iCare research fellowship to work on a range of projects aimed at improving mental health in the workplace.

 


My Research Activities

  • Workplace Mental Health
  • Mental Health
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Comorbidity
  • Clinical Trials
  • Mobile apps and online programs for mental health
  • Public Mental Health Initiatives

My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

ILP, Honours, PhD

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