Initially Konstancja Densley has gained a long-term experience in research with particular focus on drug and alcohol addiction and depression working as a research assistant in Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Poland (Warsaw) conducting literature review, recruiting and interviewing participants, organising focus groups and collecting the data for statistical analysis. In 2005-2009 Konstancja was working In Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health as both a researcher and database coordinator.
She conducted national evaluation of posttraumatic stress disorder related programs, and research through undertaking various statistical analyses.
From 2009 Konstancja was involved in the research projects in the area of mental health: diamond, CORE, Target D and Link Me Study. From 2020 Konstancja is engaged in projects related to COVID-19 such as CovidCare and COVIDDA managing mobile app databases and making the data accessible for analysis. She is responsible for maintaining study databases and statistical analysis (including Rasch and Structural Equation Modelling) in the preparation of research findings for presentations and publications.
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Equity of access to primary healthcare for vulnerable populations: the IMPACT internationa..
What factors influence long-term antidepressant use in primary care? Findings from the Aus..
The effect of strategies of personal resilience on depression recovery in an Australian co..
The CORE study protocol: a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial to test a co-..
Displaying the 15 most recent scholarly works by Konstancja Densley.
Uptake of mental health websites in primary care: Insights from an Australian longitudinal cohort study of depression
Jane Gunn, Jacqui Cameron, Konstancja Densley, Sandra Davidson, Susie Fletcher, Victoria Palmer, Patty Chondros, Christopher Dowrick, Jane Pirkis
Journal article | 2018 | Patient Education and Counseling
Equity of access to primary healthcare for vulnerable populations: the IMPACT international online survey of innovations
Lauralie Richard, John Furler, Konstancja Densley, Jeannie Haggerty, Grant Russell, Jean-Frederic Levesque, Jane Gunn
Journal article | 2016 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR EQUITY IN HEALTH
The effect of strategies of personal resilience on depression recovery in an Australian cohort: A mixed methods study
Frances E Griffiths, Felicity K Boardman, Patty Chondros, Christopher F Dowrick, Konstancja Densley, Kelsey L Hegarty, Jane Gunn
Journal article | 2015 | Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine
The CORE study protocol: a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial to test a co-design technique to optimise psychosocial recovery outcomes for people affected by mental illness in the community mental health setting
Victoria J Palmer, Patty Chondros, Donella Piper, Rosemary Callander, Wayne Weavell, Kali Godbee, Maria Potiriadis, Lauralie Richard, Konstancja Densely, Helen Herrman, John Furler, David Pierce, Tibor Schuster, Rick Iedema, Jane Gunn
Journal article | 2015 | BMJ OPEN
A trajectory-based approach to understand the factors associated with persistent depressive symptoms in primary care
Jane Gunn, Peter Elliott, Konstancja Densley, Aves Middleton, Gilles Ambresin, Christopher Dowrick, Helen Herrman, Kelsey Hegarty, Gail Gilchrist, Frances Griffiths
Journal article | 2013 | JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
The association between chronic illness, multimorbidity and depressive symptoms in an Australian primary care cohort
Jane M Gunn, Darshini R Ayton, Konstancja Densley, Julie F Pallant, Patty Chondros, Helen E Herrman, Christopher F Dowrick
Journal article | 2012 | Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Led data management for the study that was included in the 2018 edition of NHMRC’s Ten of the Best Research Projects
Senior Research Assistant (Statistics)
Political and Social Sciences
Philosophy and Ethics Studies
Swinburne University of Technology