FOUNDATIONS FOR CHANGE: PART2
This report provides analysis of the results of survey that was originally conducted in 2011 and repeated in 2017. This work was undertaken in order to compare and determine any changes in the healthcare experiences of consumers with BPD over time, given greater awareness of BPD within mental health and primary care service systems since the first survey was undertaken, and the release of the National Health and Medical Research (NHMRC) Guidelines for the Treatment of BPD in December 2012. A companion survey was also conducted with family members/ informal, unpaid carers of people with BPD, and results of this repeat survey are provided in a separate report.
Four-hundred and twenty-four (424) consumers with BPD entered the survey site. Of these, 424 consumers (100%) proceeded to answer survey questions, with 69 consumers (16.27%) completing all questions, and 355 (83.73%) being selective in which questions they responded to. This represents a substantial increase (almost threefold) in overall respondents compared with the original survey in 2011, although a decrease in the proportion of people who answered all questions. In 2011, 153 consumers (95.0%) proceeded to answer survey questions, with 92 consumers (60.1%) completing all questions, and 61 (39.9%) being selective in which questions they responded to.
CONSUMERS: Experiences of Consumers with the Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) 2017 Update. Lawn, S., McMahon, J., Zabeen, S. (2017) Private Mental Health Consumer Carer Network (Australia) Ltd: Marden, South Australia, Australia.
CARERS: Experiences of carers supporting someone with the Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) 2017 Update. Lawn, S., McMahon, J., Zabeen, S. Private Mental Health Consumer Carer Network (Australia) Ltd: Marden, South Australia, Australia.
Prevention and early intervention for borderline personality disorder: a novel public health priority.
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Our NDIS Story (2017) This article was written by Natalie (BPD Awareness ACT) on her & her husband's experience with the NDIS: the process he went through for being approved under the NDIS and how they have successfully used his NDIS Package to improve both their lives. Click here to download Our NDIS Story as a pdf
Clinician perspectives on recovery and borderline personality disorder.
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Personality disorder: A mental health priority area.
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The value of psychological treatment for borderline personality disorder: Systematic review and cost offset analysis of economic evaluations.
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A new intervention for people with borderline personality disorder who are also parents: A pilot study of clinician acceptability.
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Improved prognosis for Borderline Personality Disorder: new treatment guidelines outline specific communication strategies that work
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This study (conducted by Women's centre for Health Matters in the ACT) investigated the experiences of women with lived experiences of being diagnosed or labelled with BPD in the ACT and the experiences of service providers who helped and supported them. The findings of this report highlight several areas of future work that we hope will assist in helping the ACT Government, health service providers and the range of other services who provide support to women who have been diagnosed or labelled with BPD in the ACT to improve their experiences and health outcomes.
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Burden and support needs of carers of persons with
borderline personality disorder: a systematic review (2013) by Rachel Bailey (University of Wollongong) and Brin F. S Grenyer (University of Wollongong),
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