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.
Flinders University is partnering with Country Health SA and The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre to create Young and Well Towns.