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    In this issue: 1. New COPMI initiative for Dads; 2. Australian Government mental health and well being website; 3. FESTofALL Young Carers, Together; 4. People with mental illness face difficulty getting insurance; 5. Implementation of mental health service recommendations in England and Wales and suicide rates, 1997—2006: a cross-sectional and before-and-after observational study; 6. Youth mental health system ‘has weaknesses’ – PM; 7. Rats, rewards and mental illness; 8. SANE Australia Survey: Parenting and mental illness; 9. No more silence: mental illness should be talked about; 10. Mental health first aid for youth training project

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    In this issue: 1. Social connectedness: A potential aetiological factor in the development of child post-traumatic stress disorder; 2. Promoting the wellbeing of others at work; 3. Continued assistance for homeless older people; 4. WA’s pioneer Indigenous mental health workers; 5. Dual diagnosis: a challenge for the reformed NHS and for Public Health England; 6. Long-term conditions and mental health; 7. Mental health problems trigger strongest prejudice, WHO report finds; 8. Training gurus from all over the world meet in Italy; 9. UndocuHealth – serving the needs of undocumented immigrants with mental health issues; 10. Improving safety in mental health

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    In this issue: 1. Caregiver stress fact sheet; 2. People with Schizophrenia helped by smartphones; 3. Report on mental health care identifies need for research on immigrants, not just ethnic minority populations; 4. How repeated stress impairs memory; 5. New report cuts review wait time for mentally ill; 6. Mental health goes virtual; 7. Children at risk for schizophrenia show disordered brain networks in childhood, adolescence, researchers say; 8. Children at risk for schizophrenia show disordered brain networks in childhood, adolescence, researchers say; 9. Research on family carers of people with dementia; 10. Rural teachers will benefit from social and emotional wellbeing training

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    In this Issue: The Road Ahead?; Mental Health in Immigration Detention Centres; Report Highlights Level of Stigma from Health Professionals; Why Don’t We Talk about Suicide?; A Foray into Social Media: Bumpy Beginnings; Centrelink, Human Services and DEEWR – an Update on Employment Participation and Mental Health; MHCA News and Updates; Our Consumer Place

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    In this issue: 1. Website helps people with mental illness and their carers deal with insurance; 2. New prescription drugs monitoring model opens door to target alcohol harm; 3. Losing your religion has link with disorders; 4. The importance of patients’ perceptions in avoiding depression from chronic illnesses; 5. Clinical practice guideline for the management of Borderline Personality Disorder; 6. Spotlight on eating disorders; 7. “A disease like any other”? A decade of change in public reactions to schizophrenia, depression and alcohol dependence; 8. Suspect gene variants boost PTSD risk after mass shooting - Profile of risk emerging for trauma-triggered molecular scars; 9. Top ten research priorities relating to life after stroke; 10. Understanding mood disorders & resilience – Information session

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    In this issue: 1. Carers still struggling; 2. Educational drug website launched; 3. Programs and resources for carers and consumers; 4. Effect of an Advocacy Intervention on Mental Health in Chinese Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence - a randomized controlled trial; 5. Failure to identify and address mental health problems costing NHS billions; 6. Mental health and employment - job well done: Employment and mental health problems, a guide for funders; 7. Report shows 7.5 million children live with a parent with an alcohol use disorder; 8. Changes in mental health services and suicide mortality in Norway: an ecological study; 9. Join a carer focus group - Mental Illness - 23 February 2012; 10. out of 89 in four hours

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    In this issue: 1. Changes to Better Access; 2. Depression is an illness, not a life choice; 3. New diagnosis could confuse mental health care; 4. National study shows majority of self-harming adolescents don’t receive a mental health assessment during emergency room visit; 5. Implementation of mental health service recommendations in England and Wales and suicide rates, 1997—2006: a cross-sectional and before-and-after observational study; 6. How a parent’s education can affect the mental health of their offspring; 7. Atypical antipsychotic more effective than older drugs in treating childhood mania, but side effects can be serious; 8. Naturally produced protein could boost brain repair; 9. Emergency management trauma and resilience; 10. Mental health patients release second album of uplifting music

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    In this issue: 1. Mental health policy ‘fails to show results’; 2. How do we measure change in mental health?; 3. Integrating tobacco cessation into mental health care for post-traumatic stress disorder; 4. Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association – free mental health training & event promotion; 5. 5 innovative ways mental health care is more accessible; 6. County unveils bold health plan for poor - public, private agencies collaborate on integrated care system, one of first of its kind; 7. Hope for those with a depressive disposition; 8. Assessment of a multi-assay, serum-based biological diagnostic test for major depressive disorder: a pilot and replication study; 9. Breaking the stigma of mental illness in the workplace; 10. Completing the unfinished revolution in mental health - The physical health of patients with mental illnesses

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    In this issue: 1. Open for Business: Australia’s First National Mental Health Commission; 2. Mental health gets new champion; 3. Mental health reform roadmap needs work; 4. Magic mushrooms may help with depression, say leading scientists - UK; 5. Poverty and mental disorders: breaking the cycle in low-income and middle-income countries - UK; 6. Legal coercion: the elephant in the recovery room - Scotland; 7. Beating the blues; 8. Family ties helping teenagers rise above anorexia; 9. Mental Health Consumer Reference Group; 10. Stressed for success

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    In this issue: 1. Mood boosting reading matter; 2. 2012, the year of mental health - Canada; 3. Depression is not only limited to older people; 4. Sydney doctors combat weight gain from anti-psychosis drugs; 5. Inclusion board calls for job mentors; 6. Fewer than one in ten people with schizophrenia show sustained improvement over 3 years; 7. Federal government announces mental health reform; 8. A New Ten Year Plan for Mental Health; 9. Mental health plan ‘too vague’ to be of use; 10. Report highlights level of stigma from health professionals

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