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The release of timely data on ambulance presentations will help to extend what we know about suicidal behaviour in Australia.
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.
Everymind is currently developing an online program and tailored resources to support families and friends impacted by a suicide attempt.
This program's development is funded by an Innovation Research Grant from the Suicide Prevention Research Fund, managed by Suicide Prevention Australia. The Innovation Research Grants support world-class Australian research into suicide prevention and the translation of knowledge into effective programs for individuals, families and communities.
A national online training program is now available for Australian small business owners interested in promoting mental health and wellbeing in their workplaces.
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.
Everymind has welcomed release of the Australian Government’s Productivity Commission Inquiry Report into Mental Health.
Everymind is conducting an evaluation of a new national online training program for Australian small business owners, which aims to enhance capacity and confidence in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing within their business.
Today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2019, including preliminary suicide death data for Australia.
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.
The Commonwealth Government has reinvested in the prevention of mental ill-health, announcing $2.1million of continued funding to support valuable research initiatives for the prevention of anxiety and depression through The Prevention Hub.