Almost 1 in 30 Australians experience Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) at some stage in their life. OCD, previously recognised by the World Health Organisation as a top […]
Senior, influential and experienced doctors must lead action to protect their younger colleagues from debilitating burnout, say the authors of a Perspective published in the Medical […]
Increasingly popular smart watches can be used to help clinicians identify early warning signs of mental health disorders and monitor the success of treatment. Used by […]
Flinders University digital psychiatry experts are part the national $200 million Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre which will deliver cutting-edge, high-tech solutions to Australia’s rising health […]
Smartphone apps can be helpful for teenagers and young adults looking for support for mental health and wellbeing. They are a way to engage with people who may […]
A new research project launched yesterday aims to provide a blueprint for better and more sustainable mental health care provision in South Australia.
A Flinders graduate studying for a PhD at Oxford is playing a leading role in an international campaign to help young people with mental health issues.
Flinders Creative Arts graduates Bayley Broome-Peake and Emma McGavisk have made a film clip encouraging people to take the time to ask each other “R U OK?”
It’s a sobering statistic that one in four Australians will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime.