- Adjunct Professor
Dan Bilsker, PhD, is a psychologist who consults to the Centre for Applied Research in Mental Health & Addiction. His academic appointments are Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University and Clinical Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia. He leads a project to enhance mental health care by disseminating brief behavioural interventions for mood disorders in primary care and co-leads a project to identify best practices for protecting psychological health in workplaces. He has produced several depression self-management tools, including the Antidepressant Skills Workbook (2005), available in French, Chinese, Punjabi and Vietnamese translation.
Bilsker D, Goldner EM, Anderson E (2012). Supported Self Management: a simple effective way to improve depression care. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 57: 203-9
Bilsker D, White J (2011). The silent epidemic of male suicide. British Columbia Medical Journal 53: 529534.
Bilsker D, Anderson J, Samra J, Goldner EM, Streiner D (2008). Behavioural interventions in primary care. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 27: 179-189
Bilsker D Wiseman S Gilbert M. (2006) Managing depression-related occupational disability: a pragmatic approach. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 51: 76-83.
Bilsker D Goldner EM (2002) Routine outcome measurement by mental health-care providers: is it worth doing? Lancet 360: 1689-90.
Goldner EM Bilsker D (1995). Evidence-based psychiatry. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 40: 97-101.
- Supported Self-Management of Psychological Health Problems
- Guarding Minds @ Work
- Measure of Organizational Readiness for Psychological Health
- A Roadmap to Men's Health
- Knowledge Translation in Healthcare: The I2I
- A Pragmatic Integrated Approach to Workplace Mental Health in Canada
- Case Study Research Project
- Self-Management of Mood Problems for People with Chronic Diseases Workbook
- Guarding Minds @ Work 2.0