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Dr Mathijs Lucassen
I joined the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the Open University in August 2015. I originally trained as an occupational therapist, and have worked clinically in mental health services in both England and New Zealand. Immediately prior to starting work at the Open University I worked as a lecturer and research fellow at the Department of Psychological Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Auckland.
Szu-Ying Chiang et al. (2019) Navigating double marginalisation: Migrant Chinese sexual and gender minority young people’s views on mental health challenges and supports, In Culture, Health and Sexuality
Mathijs F. G. Lucassen et al. (2019) How do LGBT+ youth utilize the internet in relation to their mental health and envisage the use of e-therapy?, In JMIR Serious Games 4(6)
Emma Jane Jones, Rajvinder Samra and Mathijs F. G. Lucassen (2018-07-31) The world at their fingertips? The mental wellbeing of online distance-based law students, In The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education
Karen Howells and Mathijs F. G. Lucassen (2018-07) ‘Post-Olympic Blues’ –The Diminution of Celebrity in Olympic Athletes, In Psychology of Sport and Exercise(37)
Pauline Gulliver et al. (2018-06-05) Uneven progress in reducing exposure to violence at home for New Zealand adolescents 2001–2012: a nationally representative cross‐sectional survey series, In Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 3(42)
Jennifer Utter et al. (2018-06) Who is teaching the kids to cook? Results from a nationally representative survey of secondary school students in New Zealand, In International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 3(30)
T. Fleming et al. (2018-06) Beyond the trial: A systematic review of real-world uptake and engagement with digital self-help interventions for depression, low mood, or anxiety, In Journal of Medical Internet Research 6(20)
Jennifer Utter et al. (2018) Using the Internet to access health-related information: results from a nationally representative sample of New Zealand secondary school students, In International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health
Szu-Ying Chiang et al. (2018) From secrecy to discretion: The views of psychological therapists' on supporting Chinese sexual and gender minority young people, In Children and Youth Services Review
Rajvinder Samra et al. (2017-11-01) Factors related to medical students’ and doctors’ attitudes towards older patients: A systematic review, In Age and Ageing 6(46)