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Region#
AS - Asia5205
NA - North America2189
EU - Europe1284
HKU - The University of Hong Kong444
OC - Oceania149
AF - Africa51
SA - South America19
UND - Undefined74
Total9415
Country#
CN - China3301
US - United States2109
HK - Hong Kong1040
GB - United Kingdom572
HKU - The University of Hong Kong444
KR - Republic of Korea388
FR - France296
SG - Singapore223
DE - Germany119
NZ - New Zealand81
OTH - Others842
Total9415
City#
Ashburn1087
Central District615
Beijing550
The University of Hong Kong444
Shenzhen366
Singapore222
Fairfield194
Zhengzhou152
Wuhan149
Chongqing144
Others5492
Total9415
A single case study: Striving for stability and work - 'It's a real bastard of a disease'30
Fortune or foe: the fatal harm caused by a gambling disorder66
Possible selves: concept and applications for individuals in recovery from mental health problems78
Match or mismatch: Use of the strengths model with chinese migrants experiencing mental illness: Service user and practitioner perspectives101
Primary care patients reporting concerns about their gambling frequently have other co-occurring lifestyle and mental health issues60
Why People Gamble: A Qualitative Study of Four New Zealand Ethnic Groups1120
Harnessing the potential of community-based participatory research approaches in bipolar disorder57
Interview skills training for people with psychiatric disabilities: A review of the literature57
The urgency of now: Building recovery-oriented, community-based mental health services in China82
The sociology of gambling in China (Book Review)75
Community engagement for health promotion: Reducing injuries among Chinese people in New Zealand70
Establishing directions for qualitative studies on recovery86
Examination of Mental Health Status, Mental Health–related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviours among the Working Population in Hong Kong52
Approaching in the right spirit: Spirituality and hope in recovery from mental health problems143
Asian health in New Zealand - Progress and challenges44
Mechanisms of a brief mindfulness-based intervention in facilitating personal recovery in people with bipolar disorder: A pilot study24
Building healthy communities, Proceedings of The Third International Asian Health and Wellbeing Conference74
Why Chinese international students gamble: Behavioral decision making and its impact on identity construction.68
Exploring the recovery concept in bipolar disorder: A decision tree analysis of psychosocial correlates of recovery stages100
Organisational changes toward recovery oriented services57
Self-management techniques for bipolar disorder in a sample of New Zealand Chinese81
Implementing a peer support programme in a regional mental health service: A personal journey38
An ecological analysis of secondary school students' drug use in Hong Kong: A case-control study117
Face-to-Face and Telephone Counseling for Problem Gambling: A Pragmatic Multisite Randomized Study349
Practice guidelines: Therapeutic interventions aimed at assisting people with bipolar affective disorder achieve their vocational goals33
Asian people in New Zealand68
A critical review: Multi-faces of users-led services, the ‘Us’ vs ‘Them'29
Bipolar disorders52
What Makes Mental Health Recovery Sustainable In The Community?36
The big picture unfolds: Using photovoice to study user participation in mental health services50
Needs and gaps analysis: Problem gambling interventions among New Zealand Asian peoples78
Creating HOPE: Health through online & offline peer support and education70
Will I get there? Effects of parental support on children's possible selves72
Stakeholders’ perspective: Injury behaviour and attitude of young Asians in New Zealand95
Pathway to mental health recovery: a qualitative and quantitative study on the needs of Chinese psychiatric inpatients49
Differences and similarities between functional and personal recovery in an Asian population: a cluster analytic approach144
‘From my point of view, my wife has recovered’: A qualitative investigation of caregivers’ perceptions of recovery and peer support services for people with bipolar disorder in a Chinese community17
The nuisance factor: A study of daily stress for people with long-term psychiatric disabilities28
Cultural icons and marketing of gambling90
Shared decision making in mental health care settings: Perspective, purpose and practice38
Can Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services be Created in Hong Kong? Struggles and Strategies86
Recovery in Hong Kong: Service user participation in mental health services138
Families and family therapy in Hong Kong148
Transforming leadership culture to promote health and enable recovery31
Better or worse - experience of stigma in the past 16 years36
Study protocol for a controlled trial of Strengths Model Case Management in mental health services in Hong Kong52
Knowledge, attitudes and behaviors associated with mental illness among the working population in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional telephone survey73
Exploration of Australian and New Zealand indigenous people's spirituality and mental health68
Examination of Chinese gambling problems through a socio-historical- cultural perspective118
Uses of strength-based interventions for people with serious mental illness: A critical review74
Effectiveness of motivational interviewing to reduce illicit drug use in adolescents: A systematic review and meta‐analysis53
Routledge Handbook of Psychiatry in Asia138
Experience of stigma among mental health service users in Hong Kong: Are there changes between 2001 and 2017?176
Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association Survey 201642
The role of research in problem gambling and addictions37
Possible selves, strategies and perceived likelihood among adolescents in Hong Kong: desire and concern56
The successes and challenges of integrating mental health and employment services84
Exploring the impact of Social Media on Students’ Internship Programs: A Comparative Study of Facebook and Schoology98
Keys to foster and improve Asian migrants’ health: A personal reflection22
What helps people with bipolar affective disorder succeed in employment: A grounded theory approach45
Reviewing consumer-run mental health services84
Barriers experienced by Asians in accessing injury-related services and compensations86
Epidemiological studies on mental health needs of Asian population in New Zealand69
What do employers think about employing people with experience of mental illness in New Zealand workplaces?45
Can consumer-led mental health services be equally effective? An integrative review of CLMH services in high-income countries123
A phenomenological review: “How do I make sense of the experience when I was unwell, I mean mentally?”32
The mediating and moderating role of coping with life events: comparision between people with and without bipolar disorder32
The effect of a brief mindfulness-based intervention on personal recovery in people with bipolar disorder: a randomized controlled trial (study protocol)8
Supported education59
Exploring personality characteristics of Chinese adolescents with internet-related addictive behaviors: Trait differences for gaming addiction and social networking addiction183
In a paddle-less boat60
Adolescent Mental Health Problems in Hong Kong: A Critical Review on Prevalence, Psychosocial Correlates, and Prevention24
Meta-analysis of predictors of favorable employment outcomes among individuals with bipolar disorder68
Evidence-based practice and rehabilitation: Occupational therapy in Australia New Zealand experiences54
From rhetoric to reality: Use of randomised controlled trials in evidence-based occupational therapy51
Coping with amplified emotionality among people with bipolar disorder: A longitudinal study14
Professional and expert-by-experience knowledge for personal recovery: A collaborative inquiry26
Counselling skills on occupational therapy: A grounded theory approach to explain their use within mental health in New Zealand240
The New Zealand gaming and betting survey: Chinese and Indian people's experience82
A focus on recovery: using the Mental Health Recovery Star as an outcome measure45
Public relations and communication75
Uses and abuses of recovery: implementing recovery-oriented practices in mental health systems.104
Health-related behaviours and mental health in Hong Kong employees50
Changes in Stigma Experience Among Mental Health Service Users over Time: A Qualitative Study with Focus Groups13
Key indicators of the transition from social to problem gambling68
Asian people in New Zealand67
Religion, spirituality and associations with problem gambling71
Web-Based Psychoeducation Program for Caregivers of First-Episode of Psychosis: An Experience of Chinese Population in Hong Kong57
The settlement and social inclusion of immigrant youth in New Zealand110
Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of strengths model case management (SMCM) with Chinese mental health service users in Hong Kong11
LegCo Members, Counselling Academics from Universities, Primary School Principals and School Counsellors Urge for Holistic Counselling Services Supported by 'One School Social Worker and One School Counsellor for Each School'19
Estimating the prevalence of problem gambling among older adults in Singapore64
‘Face Teen’, many faces of teenagers163
Creative partnerships with consumers and professionals24
An explorative study on coping flexibility with behavioral approach system-activating stimuli: A comparison of people with and without bipolar disorder5
How is the collaborative-practice competency operationalized by mental health workers?55
Patient involvement in mental health care: culture, communication and caution44
Suicidal Ideation and Familicidal-Suicidal Ideation Among Individuals Presenting to Problem Gambling Services52
Enhancing cultural competence in mental health settings: From undergraduate training to continuing education75
A one-year longitudinal qualitative study of peer support services in a non-Western context: The perspectives of peer support workers, service users, and co-workers138
Training mental health peer support workers in a non-western high-income city: Preliminary evaluation and experience.90
Supporting recovery orientated services for people with severe mental illness74
The Service Leadership Knowledge Scale: Norms and psychological correlates13
Motivational interviewing and employment for people living with mental ill health65
Mental health services in Hong Kong76
Acculturation, perceived discrimination, and psychological distress: Experiences of South Asians in Hong Kong44
An educational journey towards recovery for individuals with persistent mental illnesses: A New Zealand perspective58
Gambling Behavior and Problems Among Older Adults: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies61
How does work work for people with bipolar affective disorder?95
Professional and expert-by-experience knowledge for personal recovery: A collaborative inquiry5
Mental health service user participation in Chinese culture: A model of independence or interdependence?56
Knowledge and attitude of young Asians towards injury prevention in New Zealand: A qualitative analysis112
Investigating problem gambling interventions in New Zealand: Phase Two Vanguard Clinical Trial53
A nonrandomized controlled trial of Strengths Model Case Management in Hong Kong6
Gender, age, ethnic and occupational associations with pathological gambling in a New Zealand Urban sample90
The wellness recovery action plan (WRAP): Workshop evaluation119
Assessing social support among South Asians: the multidimensional scale of perceived social support195


TotJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun
2014/2015100414153555995254674784553163
2015/201620334972964032112840411255796257
2016/201714882071111171572047870598019414071
2017/2018120573786714812020067571597010858
2018/201924641609125464217154272170111239446286
2019/202012212492756313912620016900000
Ever9415