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Examining the use of telehealth by mental health professionals during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Mind Seeds mental health resources.
Australians living with mild cognitive impairment could know five years in advance whether they are at high risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
A therapeutic music outreach program is improving the mental health and wellbeing of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Four ways to reduce stress at work
Talking about our experiences with mental illnesses can be challenging. Deciding how we want to tell our story can be empowering.
Professor Ichiro Kawachi used lessons learnt from the Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami to demonstrate disaster resilience in an aging society.
“Our centre is committed to producing excellent research that will have a positive impact on the mental health of Canberrans.”
Shane Thomas talks about his work in mental health and problem gambling, and his role mentoring the next generation of psychologists.
Australia is falling behind OECD countries on several measures for paid parental leave.
A national online program is being developed by The Australian National University (ANU) to help support parents who have children that are suicidal.
Researchers from RSPH secured two of the five Investigator Grants awarded to ANU by the National Health and Medical Research Council.