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Live mental health news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current mental health news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with mental health. Recent news updates about mental health
Revised mandatory notification guidelines now available
Update on education sector’s response to coronavirus
Private hospitals’ high quality care recognised
Minister of Employment launches Youth Ready Employer Programme
A whole-of-government approach could address reoffending and reimprisonment
New report recommends whole-of-government approach to address reoffending and reimprisonment
‘Goldilocks’ stress response key to lowering health risk
Medical Training Survey reveals many positives for trainees but major stresses must be addressed
RACGP welcomes snapshot of medical training
New fitness initiative encourages over 65s to Get Moving
Rescue dogs help heal wounded warriors
Government to fund Aids research
Honouring and supporting our veterans
Wellbeing a focus as we remember 2009
Peacock Centre application before council
Private health care industry calls out ‘inflammatory’ and ‘dangerous’ comments
Union Slams Labor Government After Tick and Flick Timber Briefing
Companies House launches pledge to support vulnerable customers
Canada announces judicial appointment in province of New Brunswick
Breathing Space to help millions in debt
Next step towards ending ramping
CA Clinics Welcomes Rolling Commission Into ADF and Veteran Suicide and Continues Vet Support
Researchers say: Tan your mushrooms, not your skin
Treating Addiction: New Ingredient in Cocaine Vaccine Shows Promise in Mouse Study
Mental Health focus of International Women’s Day Lunch
Study sheds light on why people self-injure
Benefits of Physical Activity for Older Adults
Invictus Games 2020 Team Canada Announcement
Vulnerability of migrants living with HIV in health care
Children’s mental health is effected by sleep duration
City2City to contribute to Border Trust Bushfire Relief Fund
CDEI calls for overhaul of social media regulation
Helping You To Help Teens
Saliva test show high drug use among aggressive ED patients
Keeping a stiff upper lip can hurt your health following death of a loved one
Kids diagnosed with ADHD often don’t take medication regularly
Psychologists welcome Australian Government action on suicide prevention and mental health
Action needed to improve poor health and disadvantage in youth justice system
Young Victorians would be able to vote in local elections under historic move by Greens
Ramblers Walking for Health
$64M package from Federal Government for suicide prevention and mental health initiatives
Beyond Blue welcomes Commonwealth suicide prevention funding
Youth Hub opening next week
Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces take part
Ministers of National Defence and Veterans Affairs encourage positive change around mental illness
Brain networks come ‘online’ during adolescence to prepare teenagers for adult life
More to do on mental health
Maternal depression on rise in poor countries