Dr Tegan Podubinski graduated from Monash University with a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology in 2015. She is currently a Research Fellow in the Department of Rural Health (Rural Health Workforce research group).
She is also a Psychology Board of Australia Registered Psychologist with General Registration and Clinical Endorsement. Her current research focus is on the rural mental health workforce, including issues related to recruitment and retention, awareness of mental health difficulties, access to mental health services and skill development across a range of rural health professionals.Dr Podubinski also has an interest in aggressive behaviour in mental health and educational settings, and has published a number of papers related to the assessment and management of aggressive behaviour in hospital psychiatry services.
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An Examination of the Stability of Interpersonal Hostile-Dominance and Its Relationship Wi..
Evaluating the Relationship Between Childhood Abuse and Neglect, Interpersonal Hostile-Dom..
Predictors of Perceived Coercion in Patients Admitted for Psychiatric Hospitalization and ..
A prospective examination of the stability of hostile-dominance and its relationship to pa..
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Predictors of Perceived Coercion in Patients Admitted for Psychiatric Hospitalization and the Stability of these Perceptions over Time
Angela Anestis, Michael Daffern, Stuart DM Thomas, Tegan Podubinski, Yitzchak Hollander, Stuart Lee, Fiona Foley, Anthony de Castella, Jayashri Kulkarni
Journal article | 2013 | Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
The Impact of Psychiatric Symptoms, Interpersonal Style, and Coercion on Aggression and Self-Harm During Psychiatric Hospitalization
Michael Daffern, Stuart Thomas, Murray Ferguson, Tegan Podubinski, Yitzchak Hollander, Jayashri Kulkhani, Anthony deCastella, Fiona Foley
Journal article | 2010 | Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes