mental health

Mental health of doctors

There is increasing concern about rising rates of mental ill-health and suicide among doctors.

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Employee mental health is at risk amid COVID-19 but there are ways to reinforce psychological safety, says UNSW Business School's Frederik Anseel.

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A UNSW expert on post-traumatic stress and anxiety explains why this year’s lockdown is affecting everyone – and especially vulnerable groups – differently.

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Findings from UNSW research highlight different age groups urgently need targeted mental health responses.

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Feeling exhausted, unable to concentrate and wanting to withdraw and disconnect from the world and those around you? You could be heading towards burnout.

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A study has explored the mental health impact of COVID-19 on refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.

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A new research review suggests people’s psychological immune system is strong enough to overcome the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Early childhood emotional and behavioural problems can increase the risk of later contact with the criminal justice system.

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People who contract COVID, and their contacts, have successfully self-isolated at home since the pandemic began.

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In a survey of over 200 judges in NSW, a quarter said they received threats on their lives and nearly a third reported experiencing trauma from the daily exposure to violent crimes.

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