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National Suicide Prevention Conference – Relationships, Resilience and Respect

Hunter Institute of Mental Health staff are actively preparing to facilitate a range of presentations as part of this year’s National Suicide Prevention Conference in Brisbane.

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New investment and innovation to support the mental health of small business

New funding has been announced for the Hunter Institute of Mental Health to work closely with small

business in NSW to co-design a new approach that better supports the mental health and wellbeing of
owners and workers.

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Support following a suicide attempt should include families and friends

We know that over 3,000 people take their lives each year across the country and this issue is getting more attention and more focus than ever before. But what is less known and less talked about, is the number of people who attempt suicide each year and the impacts that this behaviour has on those individuals and the loved ones who care for them.

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Mindframe’s communications work to feature at this year’s ANZCA Conference

The Hunter Institute of Mental Health’s Mindframe team is pleased to again be presenting as part of the annual Australian and New Zealand Communications Association conference in Sydney.

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Mental Health team excited to attend Positive Schools conference once again

This week, Ellen Newman from the Mental Health and Research team of the Hunter Institute of Mental Health will be attending the Positive Schools Conference in Sydney.  

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Opinion: Helping teachers start well, stay well

Opinion piece featured in the Newcastle Herald by our Program Manager, Dr Gavin Hazel

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