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Doctor of Philosophy University of South Australia
Master of Applied Science (Orthopaedics) University of South Australia
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
Research outputs for the last seven years are shown below.
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Wilson, D, Mackintosh, S, Nicholas, MK, Moseley, GL, Costa, D & Ashton-James, C 2022, 'Are group identity and sense of belonging relevant for group pain management programmes? An exploratory pilot study', British Journal of Pain, online, pp. 1-10.
Wilson, D, Mackintosh, S, Nicholas, MK, Moseley, GL, Costa, DS & Ashton-James, CE 2021, 'Is the psychological composition of the therapeutic group associated with individual outcomes in group cognitive behavioural therapy for chronic pain?', British Journal of Pain, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 69-81.
Wilson, D, Mackintosh, S, Nicholas, MK, Moseley, GL, Costa, D & Ashton-James, C 2018, 'Are group size and composition associated with treatment outcomes in group cognitive behavioural therapy for chronic pain?', Pain, vol 159, no. 4, pp. 783-792.
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Wilson, D, Mackintosh, S, Nicholas, MK & Moseley, GL 2016, 'Harnessing group composition-related effects in pain management programs: a review and recommendations', Pain Management, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 161-173.
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Wilson, D, Williams, M & Butler, D 2009, 'Language and the pain experience', Physiotherapy Research International : The Journal for Researchers and Clinicians in Physical Therapy, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 56-65.
|University of South Australia||AUSTRALIA|
|University of Sydney||AUSTRALIA|
Supervisions from 2010 shown
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|Exploring the relevance of social group processes in pain management programs||Current|