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UniSA Mental Health
Led by Prof Nicholas Procter. Research Leadership in Mental Health, Suicide Prevention, Trauma Informed Practice, Consumer, Carer, Government, NGO Programs.
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The link between terrorism and mental illness is complicated, and vilifying communities doesn't help via
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 12
In this new systematic review paper we examine enablers of psychological well‐being among refugees and asylum seekers living in transitional countries and for whom migration status is not final.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 12
In this new systematic review paper we examine enablers of psychological well‐being among refugees and asylum seekers living in transitional countries and for whom migration status is not final.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 12
New Paper: Enablers of psychological well‐being for refugees and asylum seekers living in transitional countries: A systematic review. Health & Social Care in the Community -
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 9
Police response to individuals displaying suicidal or self‐harming behaviours. Prior contact with police, as either a victim or perpetrator, is common for individuals in suicidal or self‐harm crisis. Police say response is better with specific training.
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Jacinta Hawgood Nov 11
This is so ver critical for prevention as database shows approximately 54% of all Suicides in Qld have associated Physical illness!
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Jill Dorrian Nov 10
“The attribution of credit impedes cross-disciplinary approaches to difficult questions” - what could we achieve if we ditched hierarchical credit attribution and truly valued collaboration?
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 30
How can bring up your mental health with your boss? While healthier employees improve the bottom line, employers have a legal duty to protect their employees from work stresses that could make things worse.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 30
The gravitas associated with ‘first’ and ‘senior’ authorship is entrenched. What about the middle author who might have significantly altered the approach? Or the fourth-place author? Often these researchers are left to find only self-satisfaction.
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UniSA Mental Health Oct 8
Increased rates of suicide in New Zealand. Particular concern over rise in suicide and mental health issues in Asians, via
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 10
WHO | WHO guidelines: Management of physical health conditions in adults with severe mental disorders.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 9
Replying to @MentalHealthCop
Thanks I’m sure there is more to it.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 9
Police response to individuals displaying suicidal or self‐harming behaviours. Prior contact with police, as either a victim or perpetrator, is common for individuals in suicidal or self‐harm crisis. Police say response is better with specific training.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 8
A call for timely suicide-specific interventions for people with mental illnesses, individuals presenting at hospitals after self harm, people who have experienced a conflict-related trauma, and people who have had adverse childhood experiences.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 8
Mental Health Podcast Episode 9 - The Shared Voices Support Group. This podcast is focused on group design and facilitation.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 8
Lived Experience Engagement in Research is built around the principles of co-production, whereby the lived experience of consumer and carers and the subject expertise of the researcher is shared and incorporated to produce research method.
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 8
Mental Health Podcast Episode 9 - The Shared Voices Support Group. This podcast is focused on group design and facilitation.
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This Is My Brave Australia Inc. Nov 8
The same goes for mental health services, every level needs to be informed by lived experience............
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UniSA Mental Health Nov 8
Lived Experience Engagement in Research is built around the principles of co-production, whereby the lived experience of consumer and carers and the subject expertise of the researcher is shared and incorporated to produce research method.
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Marc Bryant 🎗️ Nov 8
Reminder to Aus media re caution speculation of link at the mass shooting At - reinforces negative stereotype and stigma Of course he may not have been in a right state of mind - angry or distressed - that is not mental Illnes
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