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Everymind welcomes the announcement and prioritisation of mental health as a tier one issue of importance for the nation in addressing the short and long term impacts of COVID-19.
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.
Everymind’s new PhD scholar Bruce Nelson, has a diverse background including experience within health, aged care, palliative care, mental health and as a former small business owner.
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.
Everymind is seeking family day care educators to trial a new online education program, Minds Together, which aims to enhance capacity and confidence around promoting children’s mental health and wellbeing.
Everymind has today launched The Mentally Healthy 2020 national survey to further understand the mental health and wellbeing of the media, marketing and creative industry in Australia.
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.
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.