Despite good intentions, increased federal funding for mental health services is unlikely to have a great impact on mental health outcomes.
A Brisbane dietitian who helped a 17-year-old face her phobia of food has been recognised for supporting young people with mental health challenges.
A new study reveals that people with intellectual disability are being hospitalised for conditions that could be prevented or adequately managed in primary care.
An evidence-based app — YourTime — has been developed to help women track their mental wellbeing during pregnancy and early motherhood.
When considering a recipient for the Super Hero Awards, Joshua and his mum Abbi chose Children's Hospital Foundation Family Liaison Manager Angie Brooks.
The AIA Vitality Wellbeing Check-In Program gives Priority Protection policyholders access to two free sessions with an experienced Mindstar wellbeing coach.
The Mental Health Commission of NSW will join the World Health Organization (WHO) in a global network to improve community health literacy.
RFBI is excited to announce its Big Christmas Sing-a-long, which will live stream on Thursday, 17 December.
Marking World AIDS Day on 1 December, HIV advocates are calling for greater efforts and coordination to eliminate HIV-related stigma.
New National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards have been released by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.
Scientia Professor Gordon Parker and Professor Helen Milroy have been announced as dual winners of the 2020 Australian Mental Health Prize.
Nearly half of Queensland's trainee doctors are worried they will make a clinical mistake because they are exhausted from working excessively long hours.
An Allianz report reveals that the cost of workers compensation claims relating to mental health has increased by 80%.
To coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Healthy Minds Innovations is encouraging people to download the free Healthy Minds Program App.
Australian researchers are calling for more than 3500 volunteers to enrol in a study investigating genetic predisposition to three complex eating disorders.