There are concerning knowledge gaps about the women killed by their intimate partners according to new Griffith University research.
In an Australian first, research from Griffith has found that relationship problems may see male miners at greater risk of suicide, relative to men in other occupations. The study led by the university’s Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP), compares psychiatric histories and life events among men in mining and other occupations, prior to death. The study […]
Griffith aims to tackle the myths about mental health among miners.
It is increasingly claimed that mining industry employment, especially “Fly-in Fly-out” (FIFO) work, may be associated with a heightened risk of suicide, AISRAP intend to find out if it's true.
The idea that farmers who commit suicide are lonely macho types who do not easily open up about their feelings, or seek help prior to death, may not be true.This is according to Dr Samara McPhedran from Griffith’s Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP), who will be presenting new findings about suicide in […]