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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. 2012/13 ACT Budget – Overview of Mental Health initiatives (ACT); 2. Mental health support service for children (WA); 3. NSW Budget 2012; 4. Expert warns against child mental health checks; 5. Government stands by child mental health tests; 6. In sickness and in health (NSW); 7. How a shy boy is learning to conquer his anxiety (NSW); International Articles; 8. But who looks after the carers?(UK); 9. First Nations, poor kids turn to ERs for mental health care (Canada); 10. Meditation hope for mental health (UK); 11. Adolescent mental disorders have repercussions for addiction (US); 12. Difficult to Improve Teens’ Impression of Mental Health (US)

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    In this issue: National Articles; 1. 24-hour mental health help line launched (NSW); 2. Courts under fire in mental health row (VIC); 3. Law Society backs court for mentally ill offenders (WA); 4. Psychologists warn on term ‘mentally ill’ (VIC); 5. Psychiatrists identify ‘asylum seeker syndrome’ (ABC news); 6. Angel of The Gap, Ron Ritchie dies (NSW); 7. Mental health focus (QLD); 8. Study finds mental health link to diabetes (ABC news); 9. The Mental Health & Wellbeing of Young People seminar (ACT) – Linda’s email; International Articles; 11. Removing mental health stigma bigger priority than funding: health minister (Canada); 12. Mental Ills Top Reason U.S. Troops Now Hospitalized (USA); 13. Counter-argument: Changes to DSM-V bring needed improvements (USA); 14. Love is the drug for the mentally ill (Japan)

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    In this issue: 1. Mental health: national study reveals that family carers carry long-term cost; 2. Government Delivers Slap In Face to Nurses on International Nursing Week; 3. Mental health misses out; 4. Alcohol a big factor in child harm, says study; 5. New Clues to Schizophrenia; 6. A Mental health and armed forces charities call for more research into the impact of mental ill health on Armed Forces families; 7. Mental Health Matters: Developing a healthy family, not a perfect family; 8. Winter Birthday Study Links Season Of Birth, Mental Health; 9. Working in Mental Health: Practice and policy in a changing environment; 10. New mental health website busts myths, offers resources; 11. Diagnosing the D.S.M.; 12. Addiction Diagnoses May Rise Under Guideline Changes

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    In this issue: 1. National Disability Insurance Scheme to launch in 2013; 2. Miners battling depression and anxiety; 3. Recovery Hub website - Wodonga Adult Mental Health Services; 4. Illness and money woes: The grim lot of Northern Ireland’s older carers; 5. Department of Veteran Affairs overstates how fast it provides mental health care to veterans; 6. Scientists shocked to find antibiotics alleviate symptoms of schizophrenia

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    In this issue: 1. Thoughts invited on mental health; the nation’s first Report Card on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention; 2. ADF study raises red flags on stress and drinking; 3. Pediatricians Encouraged To Screen For Mental Illness; 4. Smoking ban sparks alarm; 5. Job Search Depressing You? Try a Little Harder; 6. Report says more kids have mental-health disorders; 7. New study links Tasers to lethal cardiac arrests; 8. Updates to psychiatric guide spur controversy; 9. Canada’s first-ever mental health strategy will pressure Harper to act; 10. The DBSA “positive six campaign”

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    In this issue: 1. First World Happiness Report Launched at the United Nations; 2. Researchers ID Genes That May Determine Mental Illness; 3. COAG Moves on Major Not for Profit Issues; 4. Acts of Recovery; 5. Helping homeless ‘saves $3600 per person’; 6. Carers campaign for complex where mentally ill kids are safe; 7. Tackling bipolar disorder via the internet; 8. Stress and mental health among midlife and older gay-identified men; 9. Abuse as a child linked to longer term homeless

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    In this issue: 1. Drugs not best option for people at risk of psychosis; 2. Carers need recovery too - meeting WRAP; 3. The Deck of Dreams project; 4. Plans for treating mental illness should encourage family involvement; 5. Adults experiencing mental illness have higher rates of certain chronic physical illness; 6. Secret Squirrel Business; 7. Family carers key to tackling dementia crisis; 8. Hat Day 2012 – support mental health research; 9. National Mental Health Recovery Framework Consultations; 10. Boost to mental health help over the phone or online

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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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