Greater engagement and involvement with cultural events is associated with lower suicide mortality rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Queensland.
Teenagers who spend a few hours online after a stressful experience fare better than those who spend too much time or none at all.
Griffith University will play a major role in a newnational academy purposely designed toensuremembers with experience of mentalillnessareat the forefront of research to transformAustralia’smental health care system. Launched by Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt,theNational Academy ofLIVed-Experience (ALIVE)will befunded over five years through the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Special Initiative in Mental Health […]
Griffith University researchers have developed a new way to help people reduce procrastination via a brief smartphone interaction. “Despite problematic procrastination affecting as much as 20% of the general population and 50% of students, there are few intervention strategies to reduce it,’’ says lead researcher Dr Jason Wessel. The random-controlled study, published in Applied Psychology,involved […]
Initial results from a Griffith Universitystudy on first-time fathers suggest dads have unique needs and researchers want to know more.
Connection to others and service are the two main reasons for living among those with lived experience of suicide entering the suicide prevention workforce.
Contrary to popular views, parental smartphone use is rarely associated with poor parenting.