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Do you have a passion for prevention and translational research? Everymind is seeking interested PhD students to join our team conducting research around the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide as part of The Prevention Hub.
Everymind has launched a new national survey, targeting people who own or work in a small business to help us better understand key stressors and the mental health and wellbeing of those within the sector.
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.
Everymind welcomes the recent news that one of the Institute’s Mental Health and Research leads, Dr Sally Fitzpatrick is among six successful recipients of the 2019 Innovation Research Grants from the Suicide Prevention Research Fund.
Everymind Suicide Prevention Program Manager, Marc Bryant and Project Lead, Sara Bartlett are joining international suicide prevention leaders at the 30th World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), being held 17 – 21 September in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Everymind is pleased to welcome Associate Professor Carmel Loughland to the role of Acting Director of Everymind for the next 18 months while the Institute’s substantive Director Jaelea Skehan fulfils a position as Special Adviser for the National Suicide Prevention Taskforce.
Everymind welcomes the news today from the National Mental Health Commission (NMHC) outlining clear links between investment in mental health prevention initiatives and positive economic benefit for workplaces, schools and communities
Everymind welcomes the news from the Federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt on his plans to deliver a long term national health plan, focused intervention and preventative health measures for all Australians.
Following recent comments by President Trump regarding the tragic mass shootings in the USA, Everymind and SANE Australia have come together this week to jointly urge political representatives and commentators to avoid irresponsible commentary, including inaccurately linking mental illness to violence.
Everymind’s Ahead for Business initiative is among a number of programs and organisations providing digital support to small business owners as part of the Small Business Digital Champions Conference in Sydney this week.