Timothy Kariotis

Timothy Kariotis
University of Melbourne | MSD · Melbourne School of Government

Master of Public Health

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Additional affiliations
October 2019 - present
Melbourne Law School
Position
  • Fellow
March 2018 - present
University of Melbourne
Position
  • Research Assistant
December 2017 - present
University of Tasmania
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
July 2015 - December 2017
February 2014 - July 2015
Swinburne University of Technology
Field of study
  • Psychology
February 2012 - November 2015

Publications

Publications (24)
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Background The adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs) has been slow in the mental health context, partly because of concerns regarding the collection of sensitive information, the standardization of mental health data, and the risk of negatively affecting therapeutic relationships. However, EHRs and EMRs...
Article
Aim To determine the effectiveness of two instructional guides to obtain video recordings for the General Movements Assessment (GMA). Methods A cross-sectional study of a community sample of family participants with low-risk term newborn infants recruited via social media and randomly allocated to receive one of two instructional guides (detailed...
Article
****THIS IS AN OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE. VISIT URL: https://mental.jmir.org/2021/6/e24668 **** Background Uncertainty surrounds the ethical and legal implications of algorithmic and data-driven technologies in the mental health context, including technologies characterized as artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and other forms of...
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Engaging citizens with digital technology to co-create data, information and knowledge has widely become an important strategy for informing the policy response to COVID-19 and the 'infodemic' of misinformation in cyberspace. This move towards digital citizen participation aligns well with the United Nations' agenda to encourage the use of digital...
Preprint
BACKGROUND The adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs) has been slow in the mental health context, partly because of concerns regarding the collection of sensitive information, the standardization of mental health data, and the risk of negatively affecting therapeutic relationships. However, EHRs and EMRs...
Preprint
BACKGROUND Uncertainty surrounds the ethical and legal implications of algorithmic and data-driven technologies in the mental health context, including technologies variously characterised as artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning. OBJECTIVE We aimed to survey scholarly literature on algorithmic and data-driven technologies us...
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Health data have enormous potential to transform healthcare, health service design, research, and individual health management. However, health data collected by institutions tend to remain siloed within those institutions limiting access by other services, individuals or researchers. Further, health data generated outside health services (e.g., fr...
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Background Many people with schizophrenia do not achieve satisfactory improvements in their mental state, particularly the symptom of hearing voices (hallucinations), with medical treatment. Objectives To examine the effects of Avatar Therapy for people with schizophrenia or related disorders. Search methods In December 2016, November 2018 and Ap...
Article
Translator disclaimer ABSTRACT Objective: Mental health care is known to be poorly integrated into many health systems and could benefit from improved information sharing facilitated by electronic health records (EHRs). Specific issues appear to have limited the application of EHRs in mental health care, including the sensitivity of mental health-r...
Conference Paper
Health information technologies, such as integrated electronic health records (iEHR), have been proposed as one way to facilitate more integrated healthcare and address the fragmentation of the healthcare system. An iEHR is an electronic record that is longitudinal, comprehensive, prospective, and person-centred. However, iEHRs raise concerns in he...
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My Health Record (MyHR) is Australia's national personally-controlled electronic health record. Initially established in 2012, it moved from an opt-in to an opt-out system in 2018. This paper considers the privacy aspects of MyHR shared health summary. Drawing on Nissenbaum's theory of privacy as contextual integrity, we argue that the shift in the...
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Information sharing is key to integrated, collaborative, and continuous care. People with a lived experience of mental illness may access several services across the health, mental health and social care sectors, which creates challenges for information sharing. The health informatics community has traditionally not prioritised social care informat...
Poster
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This project explores the information sharing norms across a number of different mental health contexts.
Conference Paper
Information sharing is key to integrated, collaborative, and continuous care. People with a lived experience of mental illness may access several services across the health, mental health and social care sectors, which creates challenges for information sharing. The health informatics community has traditionally not prioritised social care informat...
Conference Paper
My Health Record (MyHR) is Australia's national personally-controlled electronic health record. Initially established in 2012, it moved from an opt-in to an opt-out system in 2018. This paper considers the privacy aspects of MyHR shared health summary. Drawing on Nissenbaum's theory of privacy as contextual integrity, we argue that the shift in the...
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My Health Record (MHR) is a national personally controlled electronic health record, which is projected to be used by all Australian health professionals by 2022. It has also been proposed for use in mental health care, but there is limited information on how clinicians will successfully implement it. This study interviewed seven general practition...
Presentation
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Over three-quarters of Australians access the internet daily, with most using social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. Though these are becoming key mediums for people to find information, there has been a slow uptake in their use as sole platforms for public health campaigns. In February 2018, an eight-week socia...
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The high incidence and poor outcomes for those who suffered out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, plus the knowledge that early bystander treatment improves outcomes, called for a public health response to this issue. The ‘Shock Verdict’ National CPR Campaign sought to improve the rates of bystander compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) a...
Thesis
Australia’s mental healthcare system faces the challenge of integrating primary healthcare and specialist mental healthcare to improve continuity of care. Electronic health records have the potential to impact continuity of care through improved information continuity. This study explored information continuity between Tasmanian general medical pra...
Conference Paper
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The National Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services (2014) expressed the need for improved continuity of care. Electronic health records have the potential to impact continuity of care through improved information continuity. This study aimed to explore information continuity between Tasmanian general medical practitioners (GPs) and mental...

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Projects (3)
Project
The Information Continuum Project is exploring how we can co-design integrated electronic health records to meet the contextual privacy needs in mental health contexts.
Project
- Develop a public health campaign to address poor outcomes of OHCA in Australia.