Dr. Rohan Borschmann

Psychologist and Researcher

Rohan is a registered psychologist specialising in CBT techniques to work with adolescents and adults experiencing issues relating to self-harm, substance use, depression, anxiety, and legal proceedings at the St. Kilda Road office.
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Experience

A former prison psychologist, Rohan has a particular interest in self-harm and substance use. He has a clinical doctorate in psychology and a PhD in psychiatry from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), part of King’s College in London, UK. Rohan has experience working in the public and private sectors in direct service provision, secondary consultation, research, health promotion and community education. He has conducted research in Australia, Canada and the UK, and has presented his research findings at conferences in Brazil, Italy, the USA, the UK and Australia. Rohan has co-authored more than 40 peer-reviewed publications and has secured more than $3.1 million in competitive funding since 2013, including a 4-year Early Career Fellowship from the NHMRC to examine suicide and self-harm in offender populations and other marginalised groups. He is a member of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, the Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) and the Australian Psychological Society. In 2015 he was named the SMHR’s Early Career Researcher of the Year.

Clients I work with:
  • Adults
  • Adolescents
Therapeutic Approaches I use:
  • CBT
  • Motivational Interviewing
Issues I work with:
  • Self-harm and Suicidal Behaviour
  • Substance Misuse
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Legal Proceedings
  • Personality Difficulties
Awards

Early Career Research Award
Dr Rohan Borschmann MAPS is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Early Career Research Fellow in the Centre for Adolescent Health, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne. A former prison psychologist in QLD, he has a particular interest in self-harm and substance use among marginalised populations. Rohan has a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and a PhD from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London. Rohan has experience working in the public and private sectors in direct service provision, secondary consultation, research, health promotion and community education. He has conducted research in Australia, Canada and the UK, and has presented his research findings at conferences in Brazil, Italy, South Africa, the USA, the UK and Australia.
Rohan has co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and his articles have been published in a range of top-tiered journals including The Lancet, BMJ, The British Journal of Psychiatry, The Lancet Psychiatry and in The Cochrane Library. He has secured more than $1.4 million in competitive funding since 2013, including a four-year Early Career Fellowship from the NHMRC to examine suicide and self-harm in justice-involved populations and other marginalised groups. In 2015, Rohan was named the Early Career Researcher of the Year by the Society for Mental Health Research, an organisation representing Australian and New Zealand researchers.

Awarded the 2018 Rising Star Award by the Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR). This award is in recognition of SMHR researchers whose work is beginning to make a significant impact on the national and international scene, reflecting scientific excellence and public health impact.

Publications:
  1. Borschmann, R, Marino, J. (2018). Sexual identity and mental health in young people: An opportunity to reduce health inequity (Comment). The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2352-4642(18)30383-3.
  2. Borschmann, R*, Molyneaux, E*, Spry, E, Moran, P, Olsson, C, Howard, L, MacDonald, JA, Brown, S, Patton, G. (2019). Pre-conception self-harm, maternal mental health and mother-infant bonding problems: a 20-year prospective cohort study. Psychological Medicine, doi.org/10.1017/S0033291718003689.
  3. Borschmann, R, Stark, P, Chidambaram, P, Sawyer, S. (2018). The risk profile of adolescents admitted to hospital for suicidal behaviour in Melbourne, Australia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, doi:10.1111/jpc.13938.
  4. Borschmann, R, Kinner, S, Spittal, M. (2018). The Mortality After Release from Incarceration Consortium (MARIC) study: Strengths of international data linkage. International Journal of Population Data Science, 3(3), 317.
  5. Borschmann, R, Becker, D, Spry, E, Youssef, G, Olsson, C, Hutchinson, D, Silins, E, Boden, J, Betancur, M, Najman, J, Romaniuk, H, Horwood, J, Patton, G. (2019). Is parenting stage associated with risky alcohol consumption in males and females? An integrative data analysis from three longitudinal Australasian cohorts. Drug and Alcohol Dependence (in press)
  6. Hettiarachchi, L, Kinner, SA, Tibble, H, Borschmann, R. (2018.) Self-harm among young people detained in the youth justice system in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health; Special Edition: “Advances in Suicide Research”, 15, 209; doi:10.3390/ijerph15020209.
  7. Butler, A, Young, JT, Kinner, SA, Borschmann, R. (2018). Self-harm and suicidal behaviour among incarcerated adults in the Australian Capital Territory. Health & Justice, 6, 13-18.
  8. Young, JT, Heffernan, E, Borschmann, R, Ogloff, JRP, Spittal, MJ, Kouyoumdjian, FG, Preen, DB, Butler, A, Brophy, L, Crilly, J, Kinner, SA. (2018). Dual diagnosis and injury in adults recently released from prison: a prospective cohort study. The Lancet Public Health, 3(5), e237-e248.
  9. Kinner, SA, Borschmann, R. (2018). Parental supply and alcohol-related harm in adolescents: Emerging but incomplete evidence (Comment). The Lancet Public Health , 3(2), e53-e54.
  10. Shepherd, S, Spivak, B, Borschmann, R, Kinner, SA, Hachtel, H. (2018). Correlates of self-harm and suicide attempts in justice-involved young people. PLoS One, e0193172. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193172.
  11. Giallo, R, Pilkington, P, Borschmann, R, Seymour, M, Dunning, M, Brown, S. (2018). The prevalence and correlates of self-harm ideation trajectories in Australian women from pregnancy to 4 years postpartum. Journal of Affective Disorders, 229, 152-158.
  12. Naghavi, M, et al. (2018). Global mortality from firearms, 1990-2016. JAMA, 8, 320(8), 792-814.
  13. Roth, GA, et al. (2018). Global, regional, and national age-sex-specific mortality for 282 causes of death in 195 countries and territories, 1980–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. The Lancet, 392, 1736-88.
  14. Stanaway, JD, et al. (2017). Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks for 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. The Lancet, 392, 1923-94.
  15. Jaen-Varas, D, Mari, JJ, Asevedo, E, Diniz, E, Borschmann, R, Ziebold, C, Gadelha, A. (2018). Ten-year evolution of adolescent suicide rates and their relationship with macroeconomic indicators in six large Brazilian cities. Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria (in press).
  16. Moran, P, Romaniuk, H, Coffey, C, Chanen, A, Degenhardt, L, Borschmann, R, Patton, G. (2016). The influence of personality disorder on the future mental health and social adjustment of young adults: a population-based cohort study. Lancet Psychiatry (in press).
  17. Silins, E, Horwood, LJ, Najman, JM, Patton, GC, Toumbourou, JW, Olsson, C, Hutchinson, DM, Degenhardt, L, Fergusson, D, Becker, D, Boden, J, Borschmann, R, Plotnikova, M, Youssef, G, Tait, RJ, Clare, P, Hall, WD, Mattick, RP. (2018). Adverse adult consequences of alcohol use patterns in adolescence: An integrative analysis of data to age 30 years from four Australasian cohorts. Addiction, https://doi.org/10.1111/add.14263.
  18. Silins, E, Fergusson, DM, Patton, GC, Horwood, LJ, Olsson, CA, Hutchinson, DM, Degenhardt, L, Tait, RJ, Borschmann, R, Coffey, C, Toumbourou, JW, Najman, JM, Mattick, RP. (2015). Adolescent substance use and educational attainment: An integrated analysis comparing cannabis and alcohol from three Australasian cohorts. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 156, 90-6.
  19. Tibble, H, Law, S, Spittal, MJ, Karmel, R, Borschmann, R, Hail-Jares, K, Thomas, LA, Kinner, SA. (2018). The importance of including aliases in data linkage with vulnerable populations. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 18, 76, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-018-0536-4.
  20. Borschmann, R, Becker, D, Coffey, C, Spry, E, Moreno-Betancur, M, Moran, P, Patton, G. (2017). Twenty-year outcomes in adolescents who self-harm: a population-based cohort study. The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2352-4642(17)30007-X).
  21. Borschmann, R, Young, JT, Moran, P, Spittal, MJ, Snow, K, Mok, K, Kinner, SA. (2017). The accuracy and predictive value of incarcerated adults’ accounts of their self-harm histories: findings from an Australian data linkage study. CMAJ Open, 5(3): E694–E701.
  22. Borschmann, R, Thomas, E, Moran, P, Carrol, M, Heffernan, E, Spittal, MJ, Sutherland, G, Alati, R, Kinner, S. (2017). Self-harm following release from prison: a prospective data linkage study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry,51(3) 250–259.
  23. Borschmann, R, Young, JT, Moran, P, Carroll, M, Heffernan, E, Spittal, MJ, Thomas, E, Mok, K, Kinner, SA. (2017). Ambulance attendances resulting from self-harm in adults following release from prison: findings from a prospective data linkage study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, doi:10.1007/s00127-017-1383-z.
  24. Borschmann, R, Young, JT, Moran, P, Spittal, MJ, Kinner, SA. (2017). Self-harm in the criminal justice system: A public health opportunity (Comment). The Lancet Public Health, 3(1), e10-11, https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-2667(17)30243-8.
  25. Borschmann, R, Patton, GC. (2017). The outcomes of adolescent mental disorders. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 137, 3-5.
  26. Patton, G, & Borschmann, R. (2017). Responding to the adolescent in distress (Comment). The Lancet, 389 (www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736(17)31331-4.pdf)
  27. Kinner, S, Borschmann, R. (2017). Inequality and intergenerational transmission of complex adversity (Comment). The Lancet Public Health, 2(8), e342-343.
  28. Kinner, SA, Spittal, MJ, Borschmann, R. (2017). Suicide and the criminal justice system: A more complete picture (Letter). The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(2), 106.
  29. Spry, E, Giallo, R, Moreno-Betancur, M, MacDonald, J, Becker, D, Borschmann, R, Brown, S, Olsson, C, Patton, G. (2017). Preconception predictors of expectant fathers’ mental health: findings from a 20-year cohort study from adolescence. BJPsych Open (in press).
  30. Chitsabesan, P, Bryan, K, Borschmann, R, Hughes, N. (2017). Language impairment and comorbid vulnerabilities among young people in custody. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 58(10), 1106-1113.
  31. Kouyoumdjian, FG, Andreev, E, Borschmann, R, Kinner, S, McConnon. (2017). Do people who experience incarceration age more quickly? Exploratory analyses using retrospective cohort data on mortality from Ontario, Canada. PLoS One, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0175837
  32. Spittal, MJ, Forsyth, S, Borschmann, R, Young, JT, Kinner, SA. (2017). Modifiable risk factors for external cause mortality after release from prison: a nested case-control study. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, doi:10.1017/S2045796017000506.
  33. Henderson, C, Farrelly, S, Flach, C, Borschmann, R, Birchwood, M, Marshall, M, Thornicroft, G, Waheed, W, Szmukler, S. (2017). Informed, advance treatment refusals by people with severe mental illness: demand, content and correlates. BMC Psychiatry, 17, 376, DOI 10.1186/s12888-017-1542-5.
  34. Mokdad, AH, et al. (2017). Intentional injuries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, 1990–2015: findings from the Global Burden of Disease 2015 study. International Journal of Public Health, 63(Suppl. 1), 39-46.
  35. Mokdad, AH, et al. (2017). The burden of mental disorders in the Eastern Mediterranean region, 1990–2015: findings from the global burden of disease 2015 study. International Journal of Public Health, 63(Suppl. 1), 25-37.
  36. Khalil, I, et al. (2017). Maternal mortality and morbidity burden in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: findings from the Global Burden of Disease 2015 study. (2017). International Journal of Public Health, DOI 10.1007/s00038-017-1004-3.
  37. Charara, R, et al. (2017). The burden of mental disorders in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, 1990-2013. PLoS One , https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0169575.
  38. Davies, AJ, Borschmann, R, Kelly, SP, Ramsey, J, Ferris, J, Winstock, AR. (2016). The prevalence of visual symptoms in poppers users: a global survey. BMJ Open Ophthalmology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjophth-2016-000015.
  39. Hudson, C, Spry, E, Borschmann, R, Becker, D, Moran, PA, Olsson, C, Coffey, C, Romaniuk, H, Bayer, JK, Patton, GC. (2017). Preconception personality disorder and antenatal maternal mental health: a population-based cohort study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 209, 169-176.
  40. Borschmann, R, Oram, S, Kinner, S, Dutta, R, Howard, L, Zimmerman, C. (2016). Self-harm in adult victims of human trafficking accessing secondary mental health services. Psychiatric Services, 68(2), 207-210.
  41. Barley, E, Borschmann, R, Walters, P, & Tylee, A. (2016). Interventions to encourage uptake of cancer screening for people with severe mental illness (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 9. Art. No.: CD009641. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD009641.pub3.
  42. Stanley, N, Oram, S, Jakobowitz, S, Westwood, J, Borschmann, R, Zimmerman, C, Howard, LM. (2016). The health needs and healthcare experiences of young people trafficked into the UK. Child Abuse and Neglect, 59, 100-110.
  43. Vos, T, et al. (2016). Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 acute and chronic diseases and injuries, 1990-2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet, 388: 1545–602.
  44. Kassebaum, NJ, et al. (2016). Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 315 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE) for 195 countries and territories, 1990-2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors (GBD) 2015 Study. The Lancet, 388: 1603–58.
  45. Wang H, et al. (2016). Global, regional, and national life expectancy, all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 249 causes of death, 1980-2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease study 2015. The Lancet, 388: 1459–544.
  46. Forouzanfar, MH, et al. (2016). Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet, 388: 1659–724.
  47. Moran, P, Romaniuk, H, Coffey, C, Chanen, A, Degenhardt, L, Borschmann, R, Patton, G. (2016). The influence of personality disorder on the future mental health and social adjustment of young adults: a population-based cohort study. The Lancet Psychiatry, 3, 636-645.
  48. Nwaopara, AU, Obizeke, OO, Ziba, F, Borschmann, R. (2016). Public health aspects of mental health care: Implications and risks in a State-owned Southern Nigerian Psychiatric hospital. International Journal of Community Research, 5(1), 22-30.
  49. Degenhardt L, Coffey C, Hearps S, Kinner S, Borschmann R, Moran P, Patton G. (2015). Associations between psychotic symptoms and substance use in young offenders. Drug & Alcohol Review. 34 (6); 673-682
  50. Silins, E, Fergusson, DM, Patton, GC, Horwood, LJ, Olsson, CA, Hutchinson, DM, Degenhardt, L, Tait, RJ, Borschmann, R, Coffey, C, Toumbourou, JW, Najman, JM, Mattick, RP. (2015). Adolescent substance use and educational attainment: An integrated analysis comparing cannabis and alcohol from three Australasian cohorts. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 156, 90-6.
  51. Betton, V, Borschmann, R, Docherty, M, Coleman, S, Brown, M, Henderson, C. (2015). The role of social media in reducing stigma and discrimination (editorial). British Journal of Psychiatry, 206, 443-444 (doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.114.152835).
  52. Henderson, RC, Farrelly, S, Moran, P, Borschmann, R, Thornicroft, G, Birchwood, M. (2015). Joint crisis planning in mental health care: the challenge of implementation in randomised trials and in routine care. World Psychiatry, 14(3), 281-283.
  53. Trevillion, K, Williamson, E, Thandi, G, Borschmann, R, Oram, S, Howard, L. (2015). A systematic review of mental disorders and perpetration of domestic violence among military populations. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 50(9), 1329-46.
  54. Morley, KI, Lynskey, MT, Moran, P, Borschmann, R, Winstock, AR. (2015). Polysubstance use, mental health, and high-risk behaviours: Results from the 2012 Global Drug Survey. Drug and Alcohol Review (doi: 10.1111/dar.12263).
  55. Borschmann, R. & Henderson, C. (2014). Campaigns to reduce mental illness stigma in Europe: a scoping review. Die Psychiatrie, 11, 43-50.
  56. Borschmann, R, Khalifeh, H, Trevillion, K, Howard, L, & Moran, P. (2014). Screening programmes for helping mental health professionals to detect violent victimisation in people with severe mental illness (protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 3, Art. No.: CD011042. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD011042.
  57. Borschmann, R, Patterson, S, Poovendran, D, Wilson, D, Weaver, T. (2014). Influences on recruitment to randomised controlled trials in mental health settings in England: a national cross-sectional survey of clinical studies officers working for the Mental Health Research Network. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 14:23.
  58. Borschmann, R, Coffey, C, Moran, P, Hearps, S, Degenhardt, L, Kinner, S, Patton, G. (2014). Self-harm in young offenders. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 44(6), 641-652.
  59. Winstock, A, Lawn, W, DeLuca, P, Borschmann, R. (2014). Methoxetamine: An early report on the motivations for use, effect profile and prevalence of use in a UK clubbing sample. Drug and Alcohol Review, doi: 10.1111/dar.12259.
  60. Winstock, A, Lynskey, M, Borschmann, R, Waldron, J. (2014). Risk of emergency medical treatment following consumption of cannabis or synthetic cannabinoids in a large global sample. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 29(6), 698–703.
  61. Khalifeh, H, Johnson, J, Howard, L.M, Borschmann, R, Osborn, D, Dean, K, Hart, C, Hogg, J, Moran, P. (2014). Violent and non-violent crime against adults with severe mental illness. British Journal of Psychiatry (doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.114.147843).
  62. Trevillion, K, Hughes, B, Feder, G, Borschmann, R, Oram, S, Howard, L. (2014). Disclosure of domestic violence in mental health settings: A qualitative meta-synthesis. International Review of Psychiatry, 26(4), 430-444.
  63. Lawn, W, Borschmann, R, Cottrell, A, Winstock, A. (2014). Methoxetamine: prevalence of use in the USA and UK and associated urinary problems. Journal of Substance Use, doi: 10.3109/14659891.2014.966345.
  64. Khalifeh, H, Moran, P, Borschmann, R, Dean, K, Hart, C, Hogg, J, Osborn, D, Johnson, S, Howard, L.M. (2014). Domestic and sexual violence against patients with severe mental illness. Psychological Medicine, doi: 10.1017/S0033291714001962.
  65. Moran, P, Coffey, C, Romaniuk, H, Degenhardt, L, Borschmann, R, Patton, G. (2014). Substance abuse in adulthood following adolescent self-harm: a population-based cohort study. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, doi: 10.1111/acps.12306.
  66. Chambers, M, Gallagher, A, Borschmann, R, Gillard, S, Turner, K, Kantaris, X. (2014). The experiences of detained mental health service users: issues of dignity in care. BMC Medical Ethics, 15:50.
  67. Winstock, A, Borschmann, R, Bell, J. (2014). The non-medical use of tramadol in the UK: findings from a large community sample. International Journal of Clinical Practice, doi: 10.1111/ijcp.12429.
  68. Winstock, A, Kaar, S, Borschmann, R. (2014). Dimethyltryptamine (DMT): Prevalence, user characteristics and abuse liability in a large global sample. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 28(1), 49-54.
  69. Borschmann, R., Trevillion, K., Henderson, C., Rose, D., Szmukler, G., Moran, P. (2013). Advance statements for people with borderline personality disorder: a qualitative study of service users’ treatment preferences during future crises. Psychiatric Services, 65(6), 802-807.
  70. Borschmann, R, Barrett, B, Hellier, JM, Byford, S, Henderson, C, Rose, D, Slade, M, Sutherby, K, Szmukler, G, Thornicroft, G, Hogg, J, & Moran, P. (2013). Randomised controlled trial of joint crisis plans for people with borderline personality disorder: feasibility and outcomes. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202, 357-364.
  71. Borschmann, R., Henderson, C., Hogg, J., Phillips, R, & Moran, P. (2012). Crisis interventions for people with borderline personality disorder (review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 6. Art. No.: CD009353. doi: 10.1002/ 14651858.CD009353.pub2.
  72. Borschmann, R., Lines, K., & Cottrell, D. (2012). Sun-protective behaviour, optimism bias and the transtheoretical model of behaviour change. Australian Journal of Psychology, 64(4), 181-188.
  73. Barley, E, Borschmann, R, Walters, P, & Tylee, A. (2012). Interventions to encourage uptake of cancer screening for people with severe mental illness (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 7. Art.No. CD009641. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009641.pub2.
  74. Patterson, P, Borschmann, R, & Waller, D. (2012). Considering referral to art therapy: responses to referral and experiences of participants in a randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Art Therapy: Formerly Inscape, doi:10.1080/17454832.2012. 738425.
  75. Chambers, M, Gillard, S, Turner, K, Lovell, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N, & Borschmann, R. (2012). Evaluation of an educational practice development programme for staff working in mental health inpatient environments. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 20, 362-373.
  76. Moran, P., Coffey, C., Romaniuk, H., Olsson, C., Borschmann, R., Carlin, J.B., & Patton, G.C. (2011). The natural history of self-harm during adolescence and young adulthood: population-based cohort study. The Lancet, 379(9812), 236-243.
  77. Borschmann, R., Hogg, J., Phillips, R, & Moran, P. (2011). Measuring self-harm in adults: a systematic review. European Psychiatry, 27, 176-180.
  78. Borschmann, R. & Moran, P. (2011). Crisis management in borderline personality disorder. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 57(1), 18-20.
  79. Borschmann, R., Henderson, C., Hogg, J., Phillips, R, & Moran, P. (2011). Crisis interventions for people with borderline personality disorder (protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 10. Art. No.: CD009353. doi: 10.1002/14651858.
  80. Patterson, S., Mairs, H., & Borschmann, R. (2011). Successful recruitment to trials: a phased approach to opening gates and building bridges. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11, 73-78.
  81. Gillard, S, Borschmann, R, Turner, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N., Lovell, K, Chambers, M. (2011). Producing different analytical narratives, coproducing integrated analytical narrative: a qualitative study of UK detained mental health patient experience involving service user researchers. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15(3), 239-254.
  82. Borschmann, R, Gillard, S, Turner, K, Chambers, M, & O’Brien, A. (2010). Section 136 of the Mental Health Act: A new literature review. Medicine, Science and the Law, 50, 34-39.
  83. Borschmann, R, Gillard, S, Turner, K, Lovell, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N, & Chambers, M. (2010). Demographic and referral patterns of people detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act (1983) in a south London Mental Health Trust from 2005-2008. Medicine, Science and the Law, 50, 15-18.
  84. Gillard, S, Chambers, M, Borschmann, R, Turner, K, Lovell, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N. (2010). ‘What difference does it make?’ Finding evidence of the impact of service user researchers on research into the experiences of detained psychiatric patients. Health Expectations, 13(2), 185-194.
  85. Moran, P., Borschmann, R., Flach, C., Barrett, B., Byford, S., Hogg, J., Leese, M., Sutherby, K.M., Henderson, C., Rose, D., Slade, M., Szmukler, G., & Thornicroft, G. (2010). The effectiveness of joint crisis plans for people with borderline personality disorder: protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials, 11, 18.
  86. Borschmann, R. & Cottrell, D. (2009). Developing the Readiness to Alter Sun-Protective Behaviour questionnaire (RASP-B). Cancer Epidemiology, 33, 451-462.
  87. Rohan Borschmann, Denise Beckera, Elizabeth Sprya, George J. Youssefa, Craig A. Olssona, Delyse M. Hutchinsona, Edmund Silinsf, Joseph M. Bodeng, Margarita Moreno-Betancurh, Jake M. Najmani, Louisa Degenhardtf, Richard P. Mattickf, Helena Romaniukh, L. John Horwooda, George C. Pattona, for the Cannabis Cohorts Research Consortium. Alcohol and parenthood: An integrative analysis of the effects of transition to parenthood in three Australasian cohorts

Other publications in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Winstock, A., Bell, J., Borschmann, R. (2013). Friends, doctors and tramadol: we might have a problem (letter). BMJ, 347:f5599 doi: 10.1136/bmj.f5599.
  2. Winstock, A., Bell, J., Borschmann, R. (2013). RE: Opioids in the UK: what’s the problem? (rapid response). BMJ, 347:doi:10.1136/bmj.f510
  3. Borschmann, R. (2013). Favorite Counseling and Therapy Techniques (2 nd ed), 2011 (book review). International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 59, 623.
  4. Borschmann, R. (2012). Bodies Under Siege: Self-Mutilation, Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, and Body Modification in Culture and Psychiatry (3 rd ed) (book review), British Journal of Psychiatry, 200:171.

Book Chapters

  1. Borschmann, R, & Moran, P. (2013). Recurrent self-harm. In Bhugra, D., Mahli, & Gupta, A. (eds): Troublesome Disguises: Underdiagnosed Psychiatric Disorders (2nd Ed.). Chapter 6, pp.67-84. Gaskell, London.
  2. Moran, P, & Borschmann, R. (2010). Outcome measures for personality disorders. In Tansella, M. & Thornicroft, G (Eds.), Mental Health Outcome Measures 3rd Ed). Chapter 15, pp.254-268. Gaskell, London: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/mental-health-outcome-measures/outcome-measures-for-people-with-personality-disorders/20BE2E7D414B70C3F42A25719FAAA03A.

Invited Articles

  1. Borschmann, R, Aggarwal, S, Patton, G. (2018). Self-harm and suicide in young people. Invited submission for the 2018 World Mental Health Day report entitled “Young people and mental health in a changing world”.
  2. Moran, P, & Borschmann, R. (2015). Personality Disorders. BMJ Masterclass.
  3. Moran, P, & Borschmann, R. (2012). Personality Disorders. BMJ Masterclass. ISBN: 978-1-905545-60-5.
  4. Moran, P, & Borschmann, R. (2011). Self-harm. Pulse Today (Psychiatry in Primary Care), May 18, 24-27 (www.pulsetoday.co.uk).
  5. Chambers, M, Borschmann, R, Turner, K, Lovell, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N, & Gillard, S. (2008). Service user involvement in mental health research: practical and ethical considerations. Applied Research in Health and Social Sciences: Interface and Interaction, 2(5), 17-22.

Reports & Position Papers

  1. Kinner, SA, Borschmann, R, Southalan, L, Hughes, N, Willoughby, M, Clasby, B, Williams, H, Janca, E. (2019). The health of children and adolescents deprived of liberty: A rapid global review. Submission to the United Nations Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty. UN, Geneva, Switzerland.
  2. Opie, T, Carr, G, Hendriks, J, Kang, M, Borschmann, R, Zen, M, Franks, S, Marino, J, Allen, D. (2018). Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Schools: Position Paper. Australian Association for Adolescent Health Ltd. (AAAH), Australia.
  3. Abas, M, Bick, D, Boyle, A, Borschmann, R, Broadbent, M, Dewey, M, Domoney, J, Dimitrova, S, French, R, Gerada, C, Hemmings, S, Howard, L, Jacobowitz, S, Khondoker, M, Oram, S, Ottisova, L, Ross, C, Stanley, N, Westwood, J, Zimmerman, C. (2015). Provider Responses, Treatment and Care for Trafficked People (PROTECT): Final report for the UK Department of Health Policy Research Programme. Department of Health, London, UK.
  4. Tollit, M, McDonald, M, Borschmann, R, Bennett, K, von Sabler, M, Patton, P. (2015). A review of the epidemiological evidence relating to resilience and young people. VicHealth.
  5. Tylee, A, Barley, E, Walters, P, Achilla, E, Borschmann, R, Leese, L, McCrone, P, Palacios, J, Smith, A, van Marwijk, H, Williams, P, Mann A. (2014). UPBEAT-UK: A programme of research into the relationship between coronary heart disease and depression in primary care patients. Programme Grants for Applied Research, 4(8).
  6. Pettitt, B, Greenhead, S, Khalifeh, H, Drennan, V, Hart, T, Hogg, J, Borschmann, R, Mamo, E, Moran, P. (2013). At risk, yet dismissed: the criminal victimisation of people with mental health problems. London: Victim Support.
Conference presentations
International conferences
  1. Borschmann, R, Kinner, S, Young, J, Thomas, E, Moran, P, Carroll, M, Alati, R, Spittal, R, Heffernan, E, Sutherland, G. (2016). Self-harm following release from prison: a prospective data linkage study. The 9 th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health; March 17-18, Baltimore, USA.
  2. Borschmann, R, Kinner. (2016). Preventing mortality in adults after release from prison: Advancing global knowledge through an international, individual participant data meta-analysis. The 9 th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health; March 17- 18, Baltimore, USA.
  3. Borschmann, R, Spittal, M, Thomas, E, Sutherland, G, Moran, P, Carroll, M, Alati, R, Heffernan, E, Kinner, S. (2015). Emergency department presentations following self-harm after release from Queensland prisons: a prospective data linkage study. The 15 th International Congress of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology (IFPE); October 7-10, Bergen, NORWAY.
  4. Borschmann, R, Moran, P, Degenhardt, L, Coffey, C, Thomas, E, Patton, G, Spittal, M, Susan, S, Carroll, M, Hearps, S, Kinner, S. (2015). Young people in contact with the youth justice system: Building the evidence base to improve health and social outcomes. Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science’s Young People and the Law conference; September 21-23, Prato, Tuscany, ITALY.
  5. Borschmann, R, Barrett, B, Hellier, JM, Byford, S, Henderson, C, Rose, D, Slade, M, Sutherby, K, Szmukler, G, Thornicroft, G, Hogg, J, & Moran, P. (2013). Randomised controlled trial of joint crisis plans for people with borderline personality disorder: feasibility and outcomes. Sao Paulo Advanced School for the Prevention of Mental Disorders; March 23-28, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL.
  6. Moran, P., Borschmann, R., Flach, C., Barrett, B., Byford, S., Hogg, J., Leese, M., Sutherby, K.M., Henderson, C., Rose, D., Slade, M., Szmukler, G., & Thornicroft, G. (2011). The effectiveness of joint crisis plans for people with borderline personality disorder. International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ISSPD), XII th International Congress; March 1-4, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.

National conferences

  1. Borschmann, R, Thomas, E, Spittal, M, Sutherland, G, Moran, P, Carroll, M, Alati, R, Heffernan, E, Kinners, S. (2015). Emergency department and ambulance contacts due to self- harm after release from prison in Queensland: a prospective data linkage study. Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) ‘Building a Healthier Future’ conference: December 2-4, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA.
  2. Borschmann, R, Spittal, M, Thomas, E, Sutherland, G, Moran, P, Carroll, M, Alati, R, Heffernan, E, Kinner, S. (2015). Emergency department and ambulance contact following self-harm after release from Queensland prisons: a prospective data linkage study. The Dr. Edward Koch Foundation’s Suicide & Self-Harm Prevention conference: June 24-26, Cairns, AUSTRALIA.
  3. Borschmann, R, Coffey, C, Moran, P, Degenhardt, D, Hearps, S, Kinners, S, Patton, G. (2014). Self-harm, psychotic symptoms and substance use in young offenders in Australia. Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) ‘Bridging the Gap’ conference: December 3-5, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA.
  4. Borschmann, R, Gillard, S, Chambers, M, Turner, K, Lovell, K, Goodrich-Purnell, N. (2008). “What difference does it make?”; Finding evidence of the impact of service user researchers on research into the experiences of detained psychiatric patients. Royal College of Nursing International Nursing Research conference: April 8-11, Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM.
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