Correlates of physical activity in people living with psychotic illness
S Suetani, A Waterreus, V Morgan, DL Foley, C Galletly, JC Badcock, G Watts, A McKinnon, D Castle, S Saha, JG Scott, JJ McGrath
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica | WILEY | Published : 2016
Awarded by John Cade Fellowship from National Health and Medical Research Council
This publication is based on data collected in the framework of the 2010 Australian National Survey of High Impact Psychosis. The members of the Survey of High Impact Psychosis Study Group are the following: V. Morgan (National Project Director), A. Jablensky (Chief Scientific Advisor), A. Waterreus (National Project Coordinator), R. Bush, V. Carr, D. Castle, M. Cohen, C. Galletly, C. Harvey, B. Hocking, A. Mackinnon, P. McGorry, J. McGrath, A. Neil, S. Saw, H. Stain. Ethics approvals for the study were obtained from relevant institutional human research ethics committees. The study was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. This report acknowledges, with thanks, the hundreds of mental health professionals who participated in the preparation and conduct of the survey and the many Australians with psychotic disorders who gave their time and whose responses form the basis of this publication. SS is supported by a West Moreton Hospital and Health Service Research Registrar Fellowship. JCB is supported by an infrastructure grant from the Medical Research Foundation, Perth, and by salary support from the Cooperative Research Centre - Mental Health, Australia. JGS is supported by a Clinical Practitioner Fellowship from the National Health and Medical Research Council. JJM is supported by grant APP1056929 from the John Cade Fellowship from the National Health and Medical Research Council.