An NHMRC research grant awarded to UNSW Conjoint Professor Jackie Curtis aims to revolutionise high quality physical health care for people with severe mental illness.
A festival of arts-based interventions offers techniques to enhance the mental health and wellbeing of hospital staff.
Artificial intelligence can help to identify risk factors for suicide and self-harm, according to new research from UNSW Sydney.
Psychiatrists rely on guidelines to prescribe medication for bipolar disorders. But beyond side-effects and clinical trials, ‘real-world’ effectiveness should be considered thoughtfully.
People who ruminated and worried excessively were helped by an online course, a randomised controlled trial found.
Short-form social media videos and images that set unattainable appearance standards may harm young women’s perception of body image, research suggests.
Ursula Sansom-Daly and Murad Tayebjee have been recognised for their work on mental health in young people with cancer and molecular physics to create higher efficiency solar cells.
New research from UNSW Sydney reveals the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for women of refugee backgrounds living in Australia.
The prize recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution to mental health in Australia.
The gift will accelerate mental health research and establish the James Packer Chair in Mood Disorders.