Prevention United is hosting a series of expert discussions on how Australia can ‘flatten the curve’ of mental ill-health in the wake of COVID-19
These sessions provide a range of expert views on the mental health and wellbeing impacts of coronavirus and discuss important ways that these impacts can be reduced through evidence-based promotion and prevention programs in the months and years ahead.
Bruce Nelson is completing his PhD at the University of Newcastle and recently started working as part of The Prevention Hub on issues around small business and mental health.
Everymind is seeking family day care educators across Australia to trial a new eight-week online education program, Minds Together, which aims to enhance capacity and confidence around promoting children’s mental health and wellbeing.
Do you have a passion for prevention and translational research? Everymind is seeking interested PhD students to join our team conducting research around the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide for carers, children, adolescents and families.
Dr Simon Baker, Research Program Manager at the Black Dog Institute, who is working on strategies for preventing mental ill-health, has been awarded the 2019-20 Prevention Hub Fellowship.