Everymind is pleased to announce that the Institute is currently working with the NSW Ministry of Health, Mental Health Branch to develop a new training package to support suicide prevention in refugees.
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 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 would like to encourage applications from prevention focussed experts to apply for a fantastic opportunity to step into a strategic leadership role at the helm of the institute, following the official advertising of the Director vacancy at Everymind.
Everymind is sharing some exciting news that will mean a change for our team and our stakeholders over the next 18 months.
As announced today at the 2019 National Suicide Prevention Conference in Melbourne, our Director Jaelea Skehan will be taking some extended leave from Everymind to take on a new national leadership role in suicide prevention.
It is a privilege to be addressing you briefly this morning as the Director of Everymind and the principal sponsor for the 2019 National Suicide Prevention Conference.
The week ahead is set to be a busy one for the mental health and suicide prevention sector with more than 700 delegates due to arrive in Melbourne today ahead of the 2019 National Suicide Prevention Conference (NSPC), which runs Tuesday 23 July to Thursday 25 July.
By Jaelea Skehan
This week once again you can hardly open a social media channel without seeing commentary about 13 Reasons Why – a Netflix drama series that explores issues affecting young people, including suicide. This time it is centred around the news that Netflix taken steps to edit explicit scenes from season one of 13 Reasons Why, consequently setting a worldwide precedent for entertainment media.
When it comes to suicide prevention and the prevention of mental ill-health, collaboration and collective action drives a great deal of the work that Everymind does.
What contributes to this and to the collective goals of the suicide prevention and mental health sector is individual action and support.