Josefine Antoniades
Josefine Antoniades
National Ageing Research Institute
Verified email at nari.edu.au
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Do web-based mental health literacy interventions improve the mental health literacy of adult consumers? Results from a systematic review
B Brijnath, J Protheroe, KR Mahtani, J Antoniades
Journal of Medical Internet Research 18 (6), e5463, 2016
922016
“I'm running my depression:” Self-management of depression in neoliberal Australia
B Brijnath, J Antoniades
Social Science & Medicine 152, 1-8, 2016
622016
Efficacy of depression treatments for immigrant patients: results from a systematic review
J Antoniades, D Mazza, B Brijnath
BMC psychiatry 14 (1), 1-12, 2014
472014
How do mental health practitioners operationalise cultural competency in everyday practice? A qualitative analysis
TN Mollah, J Antoniades, FI Lafeer, B Brijnath
BMC Health Services Research 18 (1), 1-12, 2018
242018
Investigating patient perspectives on medical returns and buying medicines online in two communities in Melbourne, Australia: results from a qualitative study
B Brijnath, J Antoniades, J Adams
The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 8 (2), 229-238, 2015
142015
AN EXAMINATION OF AUSTRALIAN GENERAL PRACTITIONERS'KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES IN RELATION TO SLEEP DISORDERS
C Hassed, J Antoniades, KM Jones, S Rajaratnam, L Kiropolous, ...
Malaysian family physician: the official journal of the Academy of Family …, 2012
122012
Playing with antidepressants: perspectives from Indian Australians and Anglo-Australians living with depression
B Brijnath, J Antoniades
Qualitative health research 27 (13), 1970-1981, 2017
112017
Sleep… naturally: a review of the efficacy of herbal remedies for managing insomnia
J Antoniades, K Jones, C Hassed, L Piterman
Alternative and complementary therapies 18 (3), 136-140, 2012
102012
Becoming a patient-illness representations of depression of Anglo-Australian and Sri Lankan patients through the lens of Leventhal’s illness representational model
J Antoniades, D Mazza, B Brijnath
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 63 (7), 569-579, 2017
92017
Agency, activation and compatriots: the influence of social networks on health‐seeking behaviours among Sri Lankan migrants and Anglo‐Australians with depression
J Antoniades, D Mazza, B Brijnath
Sociology of health & illness 40 (8), 1376-1390, 2018
82018
What is at stake? Exploring the moral experience of stigma with Indian-Australians and Anglo-Australians living with depression
B Brijnath, J Antoniades
Transcultural psychiatry 55 (2), 178-197, 2018
82018
Psychological distress among migrant groups in Australia: results from the 2015 National Health Survey
B Brijnath, J Antoniades, J Temple
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 55 (4), 467-475, 2020
72020
Beyond patient culture: filtering cultural presentations of depression through structural terms
B Brijnath, J Antoniades
Critical Public Health 28 (2), 237-247, 2018
72018
The symbolic mediation of patient trust: Transnational health-seeking among Indian-Australians
AS Gilbert, J Antoniades, B Brijnath
Social Science & Medicine 235, 112359, 2019
32019
Beyond crisis: Enacted sense-making among ethnic minority carers of people with dementia in Australia
B Brijnath, AS Gilbert, M Kent, K Ellis, C Browning, D Goeman, J Adams, ...
Dementia 20 (6), 1910-1924, 2021
22021
Boundary-crossers: How providers facilitate ethnic minority families’ access to dementia services
B Brijnath, AS Gilbert, J Antoniades, S Croy, M Kent, K Ellis, C Browning, ...
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 2021
22021
End-of-life care for older first-generation migrants: a scoping review
K Gerber, E Maharaj, B Brijnath, J Antoniades
BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 2020
12020
Moving Pictures: Raising awareness of dementia in CALD communities through multimedia
B Brijnath, J Antoniades, J Adams, C Browning, D Goeman, K Ellis, ...
Innovation in Aging, 2019
12019
Legitimising depression: community perspectives and the help-seeking continuum
AS Gilbert, J Antoniades, Z Bowen, B Brijnath
Health Sociology Review 28 (3), 291-306, 2019
12019
“The mind may go, but the heart knows”: Emotional care by ethnic minority carers of people living with dementia
AS Gilbert, J Antoniades, S Croy, B Brijnath
Social Science & Medicine 285, 114294, 2021
2021
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