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26 June 2023
AI artificial intelligence and digital mental health

The use of AI in digital mental health

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have the potential to enhance productivity and increase in annual GDP. However, the risks associated with AI also need to be studied. Digital mental health faces challenges in providing integrated and effective solutions, but early evidence suggests feasibility and effectiveness. Understanding the complex relationship between mental health and its factors is crucial for innovation in digital mental health and its potential interventions.

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7 July 2020
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30 November 2018

Health students design cookbook to make food easier to swallow

A cookbook full of recipes designed specifically for people who have difficulty swallowing is now just a click of the...

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7 September 2017

Not supporting mental health in the workplace — a breach of human rights?

Discrimination against people with mental illness is commonly occurring in the workplace, with unlawful practices needing immediate attention as part of the campaign for suicide prevention.

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19 November 2015

Mental health treatments not clearly understood for people with epilepsy

Mental health issues such as depression or anxiety are often neglected or misunderstood in people who also have co-morbidity with epilepsy.

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4 October 2012

GHI professor joins World Health Organisation

Griffith Health Professor Wendy Moyle has been appointed to a board of the World Health Organisation (WHO), which will revise the International Classification Diseases handbook.

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29 July 2016

Five minutes with….Rebecca Loudoun

The health of a workplace is considered through many a lens: its operations, procedures, infrastructure, equipment and people (to name...

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22 November 2023

Everyday sexism, gender discrimination and sexual harassment in Australian university systems​

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination plague Australian universities, with a rise in incidents over the past 5 years. Women, mostly affected, face everyday sexism, impacting careers and mental health. Despite efforts, reporting remains low. Griffith University's Gender Equality Research Network (GERN) research highlights these issues, advocating for broad, education-driven solutions, urging universities to commit to change and address these systemic problems head-on.

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25 July 2023

Enhancing quality of life for brain tumour survivors

Following 16 years of development, the Tele-MAST program decreases depression and anxiety in brain tumour survivors, has potential to ease the financial burden to the healthcare system and is now rolling out nationally.

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24 February 2022

Exercise trial aims to help women with recurrent ovarian cancer

Griffith University researchers are conducting a world-leading trial assessing the role of exercise as therapy for women with recurrent ovarian cancer

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