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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Frances J. Kay-Lambkin

Professor School of Medicine and Public Health


Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin is a registered Psychologist and mental health researcher. She holds a number of concurrent leadership roles including interim Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation at the University of Newcastle and Director for the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence (PREMISE). Professor Kay-Lambkin’s research program has been instrumental in demonstrating the transformative impact of digital technologies in bringing integrated treatments to the point of care for people with mental health and substance use problems.


Change in Neurocognition in People with Co-occurring Alcohol Misuse and Depression: 12-Month Follow-up

Objective: Co-occurring alcohol misuse and depression (CAD) are highly prevalent and are both with associated cognitive impairments. Few studies have assessed how cognitive functioning changes over time in association with improvements in alcohol use and/or depression. This is the first study to assess cognitive function and symptoms of depression ... Read More»

Sally Ann Hunt, Amanda Louise Baker, Patricia T. Michie and Frances J. Kay-Lambkin

Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2014, S10: 004

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.S10-004

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