Everymind, and its staff, have collaborative relationships with a diverse range of research Institutions and Centres. Some of our partners include the University of Newcastle (UoN), the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), the Centre for Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS), the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER), and the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA).
Our Institute is currently leading and/or partnering on a wide variety of research projects in the areas of workplace mental health, media reporting of suicide and mental illness, community approaches to suicide prevention, the mental health of early career teachers, support for families and carers and many more.
Everymind disseminates its research outcomes through peer-reviewed publications, writing for media, conference presentations, and other national and international forums.
One of the primary strategic goals of Everymind is to enhance both professional and community understanding of mental health through research.
In this section:
- Start Well
- Mental Health and Wellbeing in Australian Small Business
- Working Well
- Health-e mines
- Exploring the Working Lives of Child Care Educators in Long Day Care Centres
- Anaesthetists: Improving their mental health and wellbeing
- Mental health and wellbeing in the media, marketing and creative industries
Suicide is a significant global issue. In Australia, the annual suicide rate has remained relatively stable for the past decade, however there are some concerns that the most recent statistics suggest that the rates may be rising.
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The Australian Government has acknowledged the enormous potential of prevention, announcing $5million support for a new research initiative in the prevention of anxiety and depression.