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Leadership by Prof Nicholas Procter. Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Research and Education. Refugees, Trauma Informed Care, Lived Experience Collaboration
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Did you know that using methamphetamine, even just a few times, can have life-long health consequences? See these new resources to raise awareness of these effects, and to discourage methamphetamine use in our community. Available here...
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Great to work with colleagues on a campaign to minimise harm caused by by raising awareness of long-term effects. Led by A/Prof Gabrielle Todd, the latest evidence and full suite of resources are available here...
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UniSA Mental Health 14h
Did you know that using methamphetamine, even just a few times, can have life-long health consequences? See these new resources to raise awareness of these effects, and to discourage methamphetamine use in our community. Available here...
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UniSA Mental Health 16h
Great to work with colleagues on a campaign to minimise harm caused by by raising awareness of long-term effects. Led by A/Prof Gabrielle Todd, the latest evidence and full suite of resources are available here...
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Corporate Governance Jan 21
For those interested in reading the full version of the article, please email mentalhealth@unisa.edu.au to receive a copy.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 21
Thank you . Will arrange. In the meantime please email mentalhealth@unisa.edu.au to receive a copy.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 21
Can the use of powerful psychotropic drugs in Australian residential aged care facilities be reduced or eliminated? What is the best evidence available to make this happen? Check out the answers here..
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 21
It is imperative to respect carer and family stories. Folk able to share deep stories of pain and sadness about their loved one, do so from a stream of mental events that is continuous and never-ending. Stories ground us in reality. The must change current practices.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 20
An interstate psychiatrist has been brought in to undertake an external review into the medical discharge of four mental health patients in Adelaide's south who had a "significant incident" or took their own life shortly after leaving hospital last year.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 20
Replying to @MikeArmiger
So true This is why we must advocate for trauma informed care (TIC). Evidence tells us that adverse childhood experience with lasting mental and physical health outcomes can impact for years. Can be a dose response relationship. TIC helps rebuild healthy connection.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 18
A powerful way to sustain person-centred and practice is by ensuring our own self-care. Self-care is about taking time to nurture and comfort our own personal health/ wellbeing. We must listen to ourselves and take action towards self-compassion.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 19
A trauma-informed approach is one that works from the fundamental principles of trauma awareness. That is, working to avoid re-traumatisation by empowering family members in decision making, safety, trustworthiness, choice and collaboration in submission preparation and delivery.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 19
Replying to @CorpGovResearch
A trauma-informed approach is one that works from the fundamental principles of trauma awareness. That is, working to avoid re-traumatisation by empowering family members in decision making, safety, trustworthiness, choice and collaboration in submission preparation and delivery.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 19
.@AgedCareRC must be alert to carer re-traumatisation. It can potentially carry through for many years. Pls establish a trauma-informed carer support framework. Distress is deeply personal. Co-design something with active assistance of consumers and carers. It's OK to seek help.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 18
A powerful way to sustain person-centred and practice is by ensuring our own self-care. Self-care is about taking time to nurture and comfort our own personal health/ wellbeing. We must listen to ourselves and take action towards self-compassion.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 18
It is imperative to reduce antipsychotic use in Australian residential aged care facilities. See the evidence on interventions proven to be effective in reducing antipsychotic use. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 18
One of the most powerful ways of maintaining a focus on person-centred care in , is by ensuring our own self-care. Self-care can be understood as taking the time to nurture and comfort our own personal and wellbeing. To do this we must listen to ourselves.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 18
One of the most powerful ways of maintaining a focus on person-centred care in , is by ensuring our own self-care. Self-care can be understood as taking the time to nurture and comfort our own personal and wellbeing. To do this we must listen to ourselves.
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UniSA Mental Health Jan 17
Engaging With Diverse Communities. Reducing The Impact Of and . A Narrative Review Of Evidence
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