Everymind is looking to significantly bolster its workforce as demand and funding for its programs increase at both national and state levels.
Everymind has welcomed the $2.3 billion commitment to mental health and suicide prevention in the 2021/22 Federal Budget, with its emphasis on increasing supports where people live, work and learn, and a strong boost to suicide prevention.
Associate Professor Carmel Loughland is finishing her role as Acting Director at Everymind from today, with Dr Jaelea Skehan OAM returning to her substantive role as Director on Monday, 15 March.
The Every Doctor, Every Setting: A National Framework was officially launched today, as part of a national commitment to prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of Australian doctors and medical students.
When you know better, you do better and for an institute like Everymind, which is dedicated to delivering world-leading prevention programs, there is no greater priority than investing in its research.
Everymind is pleased to congratulate, Dr Jaelea Skehan, who was awarded today with the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List.
In a follow up to the Mentally Healthy 2020 study, Everymind together with Never Not Creative and UnLtd has today launched a survey to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health and wellbeing of those working in the media, marketing and creative industries within Australia.
Last week Everymind hosted Dr Melanie Barwick in Newcastle as part of the Trevor Waring Expert in Residence series, which dedicated a week to developing greater understanding of the principles of knowledge translation and implementation science.
By Associate Professor Carmel Loughland, Acting Director, Everymind
As an organisation dedicated to the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide, implementation science and knowledge translation are building blocks for all the work we do at Everymind.
Two Everymind Mental Health and Research team members are among the recipients of funding from the 2019-20 Prevention Hub Fellowship, which supports researchers to investigate and translate preventative strategies for anxiety and depression.