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Women’s health in mind

Women’s Health Week, which begins on 5 September, is an opportunity to focus on the fact that women experience some mental health conditions at higher rates than men.

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Get ready for The Big Anxiety

The countdown is on for The Big Anxiety, which begins in Melbourne on 21 September.

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Wear it purple with pride

Wear It Purple Day this year falls on Friday 26 August. The theme is “Still me, still human”.

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Census paints stark mental health picture

The release of 2021 census data has shone a spotlight on the extent of mental distress in the community.

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Taking baby steps to better infant mental health

This year’s Infant Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 13 to 19 June on the theme of “Understanding Early Trauma”.

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Schizophrenia: a message of hope

Connecting with hope is the theme of this year’s Schizophrenia Awareness Week, which opens on Sunday 22 May. World Schizophrenia Awareness Day is Tuesday 24 May.

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World Health Day and the quest for mental well-being

In the run-up to World Health Day, the World Health Organization reports that the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a 25 per cent rise in anxiety and depression cases worldwide.

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Bipolar disorder: the challenge and the hope

To mark World Bipolar Day, we asked Professor Robert Schweitzer about the disorder and possible treatments.

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Something to smile about

Pandemic, war, global heating, floods – hands up who’s feeling positive? Luckily, the International Day of Happiness is upon us.

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International Day of People with Disability

People with disability tend to report higher levels of psychological distress than people without disability.

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