An international congress for suicide prevention and intervention at the Gold Coast could not come at a more crucial time, according to Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) Professor Sheena Reilly.
A passion for improving mental health in the workplace has been the fuel behind the successful career of Griffith University graduate Ingrid Ozols.
Self harm amongst young Australians is on the increase, however more needs to be done to understand and address the problem.
A closer understanding of the personal risk factors around suicide in farmers is the outcome of new research from Griffith’s Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP).
Life isn’t always easy or fair, but there is always hope. Martina McGrath should know.
The reasons behind the high rates of suicide among Australian farmers are set to be investigated at Griffith.
A recent Griffith study into suicide in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people has found family conflict and rejection is one of the least likely reasons for suicide.