Mrs Anne Burke

 Position Senior Clinical Lecturer
 Org Unit Psychology
 Email anne.burke@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8313 5693
 Location Floor/Room 4 08 ,  Hughes Building ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

    BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), Dip Clin Hyp
  • Research Funding

    RAH Research Foundation, Allied Health Research Grant: $30,000 (2012)

    RAH Research Foundation, Allied Health Research Grant: $26,500 (2013)

  • Publications

    2016

    Journal article:

    1. Baranoff, J., Hanrahan, S.J., Burke, A.L.J., & O’Connor, J.P. (2016).  Changes in acceptance in a low intensity, group-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) chronic pain intervention.  International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 23 (1), 30-38.  DOI: 10.1007/s12529-015-9496-9.

    Position statement:

         1. Burke, A.L.J., Chan, S., Vandermost, M., Martin, M., Beeden, A., & Frankcom, K. (2016).  Australian Pain Society Position Statement: The Role of the Psychologist in the Management of Persistent Pain.  Sydney: Australian Pain Society.

    Conference item:

          1. Lores, T., Goess, C., Grafton, R., Hughes, J., Cronin, L., Mikocka-Walus, A., Chur-Hansen, A., Burke, A., Collins, K., Andrews, J.M.  Routine Psychological Care in IBD Outpatients: Early Data From a New Initiative.  Poster session presented at 11th Congress of ECCO, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16-19 March 2016.

         2015

    Journal article:

            1. Burke, A.L.J., Denson, L.A., Mathias, J.L, & Hogg, M.N. (2015).  An analysis of staffing levels and clinical activity in Australian tertiary persistent pain services.  Pain Medicine, 16, 1221-1237. DOI: 10.1111/pme.12723.

    2. Burke, A.L.J., Mathias, J.L., & Denson, L.A. (2015).  Psychological functioning of people living with chronic pain: A meta-analytic reviewBritish Journal of Clinical Psychology, 54, 345–360.  DOI: 10.1111/bjc.12078

    3. Herriot, P., & Burke, A.L.J. (2015).  Psychological therapies for chronic pain and depression.  Pain Management Today, 2 (2), 26-29.

    4. Small, E., Burke, A.L.J., & Collins, K. (2015).  An investigation of psychology staffing in Australian metropolitan acute public hospitals.  Australian Psychologist, 50, 86-94. DOI: 10.1111/ap.12101.

    Conference item:

    1. Burke, A.L.J. Latest & Greatest (Psychology): What treatment is best and for whom?  Paper presented at PainAdelaide, “Bringing Heads Together for Chronic Pain”, Adelaide, 30 March 2015.

    2. Small, E., Burke, A.L.J., & Collins, K.  Psychology staffing in Australian metropolitan acute public hospitals.  Paper presented at the 11th National Allied Health Conference, Melbourne, 9-11 November 2015.

    2013

    Conference item:

           1. Burke, A.L.JWaitlists: What’s the Real Impact and Can We Manage Them Differently?  Paper presented at PainAdelaide, “Bringing Heads Together for Chronic Pain”, Adelaide, 8 April 2013.

          2. Dewar, G., Burke, A.L.J., Winefield, H. & Strelan, P.  Forgiveness, Psychological Distress and Chronic Pain: Have We Missed Something?  Poster session presented at PainAdelaide “Bringing Heads Together for Chronic Pain”, Adelaide, Australia, 8 April 2013.

            3. Duigan, N. & Burke, A.L.JGroup Based Treatment for Chronic Pain: Is ACT Effective and How Does it Compare to CBT?  Poster session presented at PainAdelaide “Bringing Heads Together for Chronic Pain”, Adelaide, Australia. 8 April 2013.

    2012

    Conference item:

            1. Dewar, G., Burke, A.L.J., Winefield, H. & Strelan, P. Forgiveness, psychological distress & chronic pain: Have we missed something?  Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian Pain Society, “Integrated Perspectives of Pain: People, Policies, Science Education”, Melbourne, 1-4 April 2012.

            2. Dewar, G., Burke, A.L.J., Winefield, H. & Strelan, P.  Forgiveness, Psychological Distress and Chronic Pain: Have We Missed Something?  Poster session presented at Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) Post-Graduate Research Conference, Adelaide University, Adelaide, Australia, 31 August 2012.

    2010

    Conference item:

            1. Duigan, N. & Burke, A.L.J.  Group Based Treatment for Chronic Pain: Is ACT Effective and How Does it Compare to CBT?  Poster session presented at ACBS (Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) ANZ, 4th Australian and New Zealand Conference of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Adelaide, Australia, 1-3 October 2010.

    2. Mikocka-Walus, A.A., Bond, M., Holloway, R.H., Burke, A., Collins, K., Blackshaw, L.A., Persson, J., Hughes, P., Pilichiewicz, A., Holtmann, G., & Andrews, J.A.  Does Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Improve Outcomes in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).  Poster session presented at European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation, 5th ECCO Congress, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2010, Prague, Czech Republic, 25-27 February 2010.

    3. Mikocka-Walus, A.A., Bond, M., Holloway, R.H., Burke, A., Collins, K., Blackshaw, L.A., Persson, J., Hughes, P., Pilichiewicz, A., Holtmann, G., & Andrews, J. A. (2010).  Does Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Improve Outcomes in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).  Poster session presented at Digestive Disease Week (DDW), New Orleans, Louisiana, 1-6 May 2010.

    4. Mikocka-Walus, A. A., Bond, M, Holloway, R. H., Pilichiewicz, A., Persson, J., Collins, K., Burke, A., Hughes, P., Blackshaw, L.A., Holtmann, G., & Andrews, J. A. (2010).  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as a treatment modality in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Early experience and preliminary results.  Poster session presented at Annual Scientific meeting of Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA), Australian Gastroenterology Week, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast, Australia, 20-23 October 2010.

    2002

    Journal article:

           1. Blundell, B., Sherry, M., Burke, A. & Sowerbutts, S. (2002).  Child pornography and the internet: Accessibility and policing.  Australian Police Journal, March 2002, 64-70.

    2. Brewer, N., & Burke, A. (2002).  Effects of testimonial inconsistencies and eyewitness confidence on mock-juror judgements.  Law and Human Behavior, 26, 353-364.  DOI: 10.1023/A:1015380522722.

    3. Burke, A., Sowerbutts, S., Blundell, B., & Sherry, M. (2002).  Child pornography and the internet: Policing and treatment issues.  Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 9, 79-84. DOI: 10.1375/pplt.2002.9.1.79

    Conference item:

           1. Burke, A., & Sowerbutts, S.  Child Pornography: Implications for treatment.  Paper presented at the Second Biennial International conference of Australian New Zealand Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, “Working with People Who Sexually Abuse.  What Measures Success?  Clinical Practice, Theoretical Developments and Evaluations”, Sydney, Australia, April 2002.

    2001

    Conference item:

            1. Burke, A., & Sowerbutts, S.  Child Pornography and the Internet: Policing and Treatment Issues.  Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ANZAPPL), “Prevailing Tensions in Psychiatry, Psychology and Law”, Melbourne, Australia, 25 November 2001.

  • Professional Associations

    Registered with the Psychology Board of Australia, with endorsements in the areas of Clinical and Health Psychology

    Australian Pain Society:

         Member (2002-current)

         South Australian State Director (2011-current)

         Chair, Membership Committee (2011-2015)

         Member, Scientific Program Committee (2015-current)

         Convenor, 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting

    Australian Psychological Society:

         Member (1999-current)

         Member, Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society (2002-current)

         Member, Health College of the Australian Psychological Society (2010- current)

    Member of the Royal Adelaide Hospital Research Foundation, Allied Health Research Grant Committee (2014-current)

    Department of Health and Aging, SA Health Statewide Psychology Advisory Group

         Founding member and elected inaugral co-chair (2012-2014: 2 year term)

         Immediate past chair (2015: 1 year term)

    Founding member, PainAdelaide Stakeholders Consortiuum (2012-current)

  • Community Engagement

    Reviewed for: Pain Medicine, The Clinical Journal of Pain, Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Clinical Psychologist, Australian Journal of Psychology, Psychiatria Danubina

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