Bronwyn Overs

PUBLICATIONS

Using structural MRI to identify bipolar disorders - 13 site machine learning study in 3020 individuals from the ENIGMA Bipolar Disorders Working Group.

Nunes A, Schnack HG, Ching CRK, Agartz I, Akudjedu TN, Alda M, Alnæs D, Alonso-Lana S, Bauer J, Baune BT, Bøen E, Bonnin CDM, Busatto GF, Canales-Rodríguez EJ, Cannon DM, Caseras X, Chaim-Avancini TM, Dannlowski U, Díaz-Zuluaga AM, Dietsche B, Doan NT, Duchesnay E, Elvsåshagen T, Emden D, Eyler LT, Fatjó-Vilas M, Favre P, Foley SF, Fullerton JM, Glahn DC, Goikolea JM, Grotegerd D, Hahn T, Henry C, Hibar DP, Houenou J, Howells FM, Jahanshad N, Kaufmann T, Kenney J, Kircher TTJ, Krug A, Lagerberg TV, Lenroot RK, López-Jaramillo C, Machado-Vieira R, Malt UF, McDonald C, Mitchell PB, Mwangi B, Nabulsi L, Opel N, Overs BJ, Pineda-Zapata JA, Pomarol-Clotet E, Redlich R, Roberts G, Rosa PG, Salvador R, Satterthwaite TD, Soares JC, Stein DJ, Temmingh HS, Trappenberg T, Uhlmann A, van Haren NEM, Vieta E, Westlye LT, Wolf DH, Yüksel D, Zanetti MV, Andreassen OA, Thompson PM, Hajek T,

Mapping cortical brain asymmetry in 17,141 healthy individuals worldwide via the ENIGMA Consortium.

Kong XZ, Mathias SR, Guadalupe T, , Glahn DC, Franke B, Crivello F, Tzourio-Mazoyer N, Fisher SE, Thompson PM, Francks C

Differential effect of disease-associated ST8SIA2 haplotype on cerebral white matter diffusion properties in schizophrenia and healthy controls.

Fullerton JM, Klauser P, Lenroot RK, Shaw AD, Overs B, Heath A, Cairns MJ, Atkins J, Scott R, , Schofield PR, Weickert CS, Pantelis C, Fornito A, Whitford TJ, Weickert TW, Zalesky A

Cortical abnormalities in bipolar disorder: an MRI analysis of 6503 individuals from the ENIGMA Bipolar Disorder Working Group.

Hibar DP, Westlye LT, Doan NT, Jahanshad N, Cheung JW, Ching CRK, Versace A, Bilderbeck AC, Uhlmann A, Mwangi B, Krämer B, Overs B, Hartberg CB, Abé C, Dima D, Grotegerd D, Sprooten E, Bøen E, Jimenez E, Howells FM, Delvecchio G, Temmingh H, Starke J, Almeida JRC, Goikolea JM, Houenou J, Beard LM, Rauer L, Abramovic L, Bonnin M, Ponteduro MF, Keil M, Rive MM, Yao N, Yalin N, Najt P, Rosa PG, Redlich R, Trost S, Hagenaars S, Fears SC, Alonso-Lana S, van Erp TGM, Nickson T, Chaim-Avancini TM, Meier TB, Elvsåshagen T, Haukvik UK, Lee WH, Schene AH, Lloyd AJ, Young AH, Nugent A, Dale AM, Pfennig A, McIntosh AM, Lafer B, Baune BT, Ekman CJ, Zarate CA, Bearden CE, Henry C, Simhandl C, McDonald C, Bourne C, Stein DJ, Wolf DH, Cannon DM, Glahn DC, Veltman DJ, Pomarol-Clotet E, Vieta E, Canales-Rodriguez EJ, Nery FG, Duran FLS, Busatto GF, Roberts G, Pearlson GD, Goodwin GM, Kugel H, Whalley HC, Ruhe HG, Soares JC, Fullerton JM, Rybakowski JK, Savitz J, Chaim KT, Fatjó-Vilas M, Soeiro-de-Souza MG, Boks MP, Zanetti MV, Otaduy MCG, Schaufelberger MS, Alda M, Ingvar M, Phillips ML, Kempton MJ, Bauer M, Landén M, Lawrence NS, van Haren NEM, Horn NR, Freimer NB, Gruber O, Schofield PR, Mitchell PB, Kahn RS, Lenroot R, Machado-Vieira R, Ophoff RA, Sarró S, Frangou S, Satterthwaite TD, Hajek T, Dannlowski U, Malt UF, Arolt V, Gattaz WF, Drevets WC, Caseras X, Agartz I, Thompson PM, Andreassen OA

Predictors of developmental surveillance completion at six months of age in south western Sydney.

Overs BJ, Woolfenden S, Williams K, Jalaludin B, Axelsson EL, Dissanayake C, Descallar J, Harvey S, Beasley D, Murphy E, Eapen V,

Barriers to developmental surveillance included low socioeconomic status, linguistic diversity and possible gaps in parental knowledge and professional education. Developmental surveillance rates may be increased by the addition of targeted parental and professional support within current universal frameworks.

Prevalence and factors associated with parental concerns about development detected by the Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status (PEDS) at 6-month, 12-month and 18-month well-child checks in a birth cohort.

Woolfenden S, Eapen V, Jalaludin B, Hayen A, Kemp L, Dissanyake C, Hendry A, Axelsson E, Overs B, Eastwood J, Črnčec R, McKenzie A, Beasley D, Murphy E, Williams K,

Early identification of developmental vulnerability is vital. This study aimed to estimate the prevalence of moderate or high developmental risk on the Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status (PEDS) at 6-month, 12-month and 18-month well-child checks; identify associated risk factors; and examine documentation of the PEDS at well-child checks. Children with multiple risk factors are more likely to have parental concerns indicating developmental vulnerability using the PEDS and for these concerns to not be documented.

Improving falls risk screening and prevention using an e-learning approach.

Johnson M, Kelly L, Siric K, Tran DT, Overs B

Initial risk screening of patients and improvements in preventive interventions were demonstrated.