Pandemic demands preventative shift

COVID-19 has exacerbated weaknesses in Australia’s mental health systems, with waiting times soaring to beyond six months in many states, and continuing unemployment combined with diminishing […]

COVID-19 teenage lockdown study

As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, an Australian research team is looking at the impact of mass lockdowns on children’s mental health and wellbeing. […]

IT can change bad health habits

Public health systems are working on new technology-driven, more targeted programs to reduce the rising tide of obesity and mental illness by helping people, young and […]

The study found that the chance of Year 7 bullies becoming victims in high school is 54.9%. Stock photo posed by models. Photo:iStock.

PEACE Pack takes on cyberbullies and trolls

A new manual focusing on cyberbullying and social networking hazards has been added to Flinders University’s internationally acclaimed PEACE Pack. The comprehensive new 40-page booklet with […]

Improved study pathways for young veterans

Younger Australian Defence Force veterans will receive improved support to embark on tertiary studies pathways as the result of Flinders University receiving a $157,000 Supporting Younger […]

Money stress for 1 in 5 with cancer

On top of worrying about treatments and side effects, many people with cancer also worry about the cost of their care. In a new study, Australian […]