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UniSA Mental Health
Leadership by Prof Nicholas Procter. Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Research and Education. Trauma Informed Care, Lived Experience Collaboration, Refugees
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UniSA Mental Health 16h
Safety Planning Intervention Role Play with Barbara Stanley and Greg Brown - Clinicians enagaging to understand and help the person explain specific thoughts leading up to suicide crisis
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UniSA Mental Health 19h
Thank you Atmosphere is building with pre-conference workshop sessions and 1700+ people registering for the event
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 23
Have arrived in Denver for - More than 1700 people have registered for the event. Looking forward the coming days
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 20
Want to facilitate person-centred, trauma informed practice conversations in mental health services? See our freely downloadable practitioner resource available here
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 19
The science of kindness: Research evidence that being kind to ourselves or to anyone else — yes, even a stranger — or actively observing kindness around us boosts happiness. via
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 19
Older people at risk of suicide. Our review found that social disconnectedness, feelings of isolation, loneliness and a general sense of being distanced from other even in the presence of others were contributing factors. Full report available here
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 20
Want to facilitate person-centred, trauma informed practice conversations in mental health services? See our freely downloadable practitioner resource available here
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Sarah Donnelly Apr 19
Important findings in review of the literature on at risk of
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 19
The science of kindness: Research evidence that being kind to ourselves or to anyone else — yes, even a stranger — or actively observing kindness around us boosts happiness. via
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 19
Older people at risk of suicide. Our review found that social disconnectedness, feelings of isolation, loneliness and a general sense of being distanced from other even in the presence of others were contributing factors. Full report available here
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UniSA Mental Health Mar 19
See our paper on a qualitative inquiry model of engaging people with lived experience in suicide related-research.
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 18
Mental health beds increased ahead of expected spike over Easter and Anzac Day via
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Michael Brown Apr 19
WooHoo!! Well done, ! Great to see the massive smile on your face - enjoy the moment and keep chipping away! 👍🏼
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 17
Congratulations to member who graduated with First Class Honours today at 's Pridham Hall. Kelly will be commencing her PhD candidature with the Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Research Group in May.
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 18
Increasing citations to your work. Citations are important: they indicate that, at least, a piece of work has been read and that it was considered sufficiently important to be referred to in a subsequent article.
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 18
Mental health beds increased ahead of expected spike over Easter and Anzac Day via
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IASP Apr 18
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 17
A pleasure The team at are thrilled - congratulations with your First Class Honours result and delighted that you are continuing as a PhD Candidate with a full-time industry scholarship supported by
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KellyLou Apr 17
So privileged to have had wonderful supervisors for my honours, I couldn't have done it without their support and expert advice
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UniSA Mental Health Apr 17
Congratulations to member who graduated with First Class Honours today at 's Pridham Hall. Kelly will be commencing her PhD candidature with the Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Research Group in May.
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