From around the web archive: 2015
RANZCP calls for prevention of early deaths ⋅ The Sydney Morning Herald
The president of the College of psychiatrists has called on colleagues to "step up” efforts to protect consumers’ health.
A Melbourne woman is hopeful others with depression will be covered by travel insurance after her court win over QBE.
Man sues over involuntary ECT treatment ⋅ ABC 7:30
A Melbourne man is suing a hospital after he claims staff administered electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) against his will.
$100m to shift to ice addiction ⋅ The Australian
The Turnbull government will use more than $100m in cuts to mental health programs to help fund ‘ice’ services.
One quarter of homeless report mental health issues ⋅ Huffington Post
An Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report has found mental health issues are on the rise among those accessing homelessness... more
A study has found that farmers' mental health is being negatively impacted as weather patterns become more erratic.
Mental health services, police in world-first trial ⋅ West Australian
Health workers will join police on mental health emergency call outs in a world-first trial in Western Australia.
Pru Goward on mental health and her father ⋅ The Sydney Morning Herald
Minister Pru Goward has been interviewed a year on from the release of the strategic plan for mental health reform in NSW.
The case for family therapy in anorexia treatment ⋅ ABC Radio National
Professor James Locke from Stanford University says that family therapy could be the key to resolve eating disorders.
First ever comprehensive review of ADHD medications ⋅ ABC Radio National
Authors of new Cochrane Review remain uncertain about effect of widely used medicine on ADHD symptoms.