Ph.D John Paul Jameson

"Broadly defined, I am interested in rural mental health services. I tend to take a pragmatic view of research; I enjoy engaging in projects that yield information that can directly inform our understanding of mental health services in rural environments."

There are 10 included publications by Ph.D John Paul Jameson :

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Rural and Nonrural Primary Care: National Survey Results 2010 282 Objective: Data from the 2006 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey were examined for differences in the diagnosis and treatment of depressive and anxiety disorders in rural and nonrural primary care settings.Methods: A sample of 11,658 patient vis...
Does cognitive behavioural therapy in the context of a rural school mental health programme have an impact on academic outcomes? 2013 270 Given the prevalence of mental health difficulties among children and adolescents, schools have become a suitable context for providing psychological services to those who may otherwise go untreated. The co-occurrence of mental health impairments and...
If We Build It, They Might Come: An Empirical Investigation of Supply and Demand in the Recruitment of Rural Psychologists 2009 304 Past research has established that practicing doctoral level psychologists tend to cluster in metropolitan areas, leaving the rural population gravely underserved. Discussions of this problem have assumed that psychologists hold negative attitudes to...
Older Adults’ Preferences For Religion/Spirituality In Treatment For Anxiety And Depression 2011 202 Objectives: To examine patient preferences for incorporating religion and/or spirituality into therapy for anxiety or depression and examine the relations between patient preferences and religious and spiritual coping styles, beliefs and behaviors.Me...
A revision and extension of the prevention of escalating adolescent crisis events (PEACE) protocol 2015 318 The disparity between urban and rural suicide rates is increasing. In response to thismajor public health problem, clinicians and schoolmental health researchers designed a systematic crisis intervention protocol to be used with adolescents presentin...
The Role of Clinical Psychology in Rural Mental Health Services: De?ning Problems and Developing Solutions 2007 395 Rural areas of the United States continue to struggle to provide residents with adequate access to quality mental health care. Problems with adequately de?ning rurality for research and policy purposes, a shortage of quali?ed personnel, a lack of int...
Sleep Duration, Mental Health, and Substance Use Among Rural Adolescents: Developmental Correlates 2015 508 Numerous studies have demonstrated that most adolescents do not get adequate amounts of sleep. Furthermore, insuf?cient sleep is associated with increased risk for depression and suicide attempts as well as substance abuse in adolescence. However, ex...
Threat-Related Processing Supports Prospective Memory Retrieval For People With Obsessive Tendencies 2009 258 Obsessive-compulsive disorder can result in a variety of deficits to cognitive performance, including negative consequences for attention and memory performance. The question addressed in the current study concerned whether this disorder influenced p...
Use of Psychotherapy by Rural and Urban Veterans 2010 203 Purpose: To examine whether differences exist between rural and urban veterans in terms of initiation of psychotherapy, delay in time from diagnosis to treatment, and dose of psychotherapy sessions.Methods: Using a longitudinal cohort of veterans obt...
VA Community Mental Health Service Providers’ Utilization of and Attitudes Toward Telemental Health Care: The Gatekeeper’s Perspective 2011 292 Context: Mental health (MH) providers in community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) are important stakeholders in the development of the Veterans Health Administration (VA) telemental health (TMH) system, but their perceptions of these technologies h...