Today, new research has been released that examines attitudes towards the reporting and professional communication about suicide held by media professionals, public relations professionals and students in Australia.
On World Mental Health Day I promise to make sleep a priority. What will you promise?
Today’s early release of suicide statistics for 2015 indicate that there is not a more important time for us to come together and renew our commitment to suicide prevention than now – as individuals, as services, as communities and as governments across Australia.
Today, Newcastle was named as one of four trial sites for Australia’s largest integrated suicide prevention program roll-out in NSW.
Last night, the Hunter Institute won a LiFE award for their excellence in suicide prevention.
Hunter Institute of Mental Health staff are actively preparing to facilitate a range of presentations and workshops as part of this year’s National Suicide Prevention Conference in Canberra.
Hunter Institute of Mental Health’s Mindframe National Media Initiative will be showcased on the international stage at the World Journalism Education Congress this week.
Minister for Health, The Hon Sussan Ley MP has acknowledged Hunter Institute of Mental Health’s 18 year milestone running two Commonwealth funded programs.