Current Research

Dr Lynch and collaborators aim to build on past research and clinical experience and apply it to the practicalities of practice. Key areas of research include validating a clinical assessment tool for general practice and refining  clinical work in humanising care of the sense of self.

Past research

Dr Lynch was awarded a primary health care research fellowship (PHCRED 2009-2011) which produced a discussion paper on mental health assessment – it was published in Jan2012 

[Lynch, J.M., et al., Beyond symptoms: Defining primary care mental health clinical assessment priorities, content and process. Soc Sci Med, 2012. 74 (2): p. 143-9.] To read article click here.

Past presentations include being a panellist on the Mental Health Professionals Network Collaborative case discussions. See here for Collaborative approach to Supporting Adult Survivors of Child Abuse discussion.  She has also spoken at GP training events (RACGP12) and at the Australian Society of Psychological Medicine Conference (Melb 2013).