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Prof

Eoin Killackey

Prof Fellow Functional Recovery In Cymh Res Prog
first episode psychosis
early psychosis
psychosocial recovery
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
psychiatry
humans
psychotic disorders
female
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Prof

Eoin Killackey

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Psychological Interventions in first episode psychosis
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Prof

Eoin Killackey

 

ssor Eóin Killackey is an NHMRC Fellow, Associate Director of Research and Head, Functional Recovery Research in Youth Mental Health at Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health and the Centre for Youth Mental Health at The University of Melbourne. He completed his doctorate at Deakin University in 2000.

He has worked as a clinical psychologist in adolescent and adult public mental health settings and in private practice. His research is primarily in functional recovery for young people with mental illness. He is also interested in evidence-based interventions in mental health and barriers to their implementation. He is a founder of the International First Episode Vocational Recovery group. His work has been recognised by the Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research’s Schering-Plough Organon Prize, Australian Rotary Health’s Knowledge Dissemination Award and the Society for Mental Health Research Oration Award. He has been named by Deakin University as an Alumnus of the Year.

Projects

Displaying the 17 most recent projects by Eoin Killackey.

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Projects

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Research Grant


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Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 228 most recent scholarly works by Eoin Killackey.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2016

This Oration is given at each conference by a member of SMHR who is prominent or rising to prominence in the Australian and New Zealand psychiatric re

Society for Mental Health Research Oration Award

2015

Australian Rotary Health (ARH) has therefore established an annual award to recognise excellence in knowledge dissemination and research translation.

Australian Rotary Health Knowledge Dissemination Award

2011

Consumer Research Award

Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research

2011

Alumni of the Year Awards: In recognition of his distinguished contribution to research particularly in the field of mental health

Deakin University

2008

Schering Plough Organon Medal for best Psychiatric Researcher in Australia under the age of 35

Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Prof Fellow Functional Recovery In Cymh Res Prog

Centre For Youth Mental Health

Member

International Physical Health in Youth Stream

Member

International Association of Youth Mental Health

Founding Member

International First Episode Vocational Recovery Group

Member

Schizophrenia International Research Society

Member

IEPA: Early Intervention in Mental Health

Education


Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical)

Deakin University

Bachelor of Science (honours)

Deakin University

Bachelor of Science

University of Melbourne