Centre for Mental Health Research

Read about CMHR past events.

Centre for Mental Health Research re-opening celebration workshop

10am–1pm 22 Jun 2018
The quest of Community Mental Health in Australia: From the origins of social psychiatry to data analytics informed policy

Classifying Public Health Interventions: The WHO Story - Richard Madden

12–1pm 21 May 2018
Richard has been the Director of the National Centre for Classification in Health, an international centre of excellence in health classifications, since 2006
Photograph of Dr Lou Farrer

UNIVERSITY MENTAL HEALTH DAY SEMINAR – supporting student mental health in a digital world – findings from the Uni Virtual Clinic trial

10–11am 1 May 2018
Dr Farrer’s seminar will present the results of a trial of the Uni Virtual Clinic at the ANU.

Clear as Mud! Communicating complexity in chronic disease prevention with decision makers.

12–1pm 26 Mar 2018
Prevention of chronic disease involves difficult decisions for policy makers and different interests from stakeholders inside and out of the health system.
Photograph of Christiaan Vis

Seminar: The application of Implementation science to e-mental health

11am–12pm 23 Mar 2018
Seminar discussing the application of implementation science to e-mental health

Frameworks for Assessing Integrated Care: Understanding the Building Blocks of Successful Integrated Care Programs

19 Mar 2018
In 2017, Nick launched Integrated Care Solutions © to support the design and implementation of integrated care.
Photo of Helen Killaspy

Where now for mental health supported accommodation policy and research? Implications of findings from the Quality and Effectiveness of Supported Tenancies (QuEST) study

10–11am 8 Mar 2018
Professor Helen Killaspy's research focuses on the assessment of quality of care for people with complex mental health problems.

Mental health and dementia: how economic evidence can make a difference

12–1pm 2 Mar 2018
Martin Knapp is Professor of Social Policy and Director of the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the London School of Economics and Political Science
Three ages by Giorgione

Suicide in Critical Stages of Lifespan: Transition to Young Adulthood, and Ageing

12–1.30pm 27 Nov 2017
Debra Rickwood (PhD) is Professor of Psychology at the University of Canberra and Chief Scientific Advisor to headspace.
Mental health and wellbeing

Seminar Series 1: Systems thinking approach to mental health planning

9am 9 Aug – 1.30pm 11 Aug 2017
This inaugural CMHR Seminar Series are designed to provide participants with knowledge and skills in a systems thinking approach to mental health planning.
user led research

User-led and collaborative research: Masterclass with Professor Diana Rose

10am–3pm 28 Nov 2016
This exclusive Masterclass with Professor Diana Rose is a must-attend event for those currently involved in the field of mental health, particularly those who have an interest in consumer and carer involvement in research.
symposium

Service Users in Academia Symposium - Creating connections and building bridges together: The journey continues

9am 21 Nov – 5pm 22 Nov 2016
If you only attend one conference this year make it this one! The Service Users in Academia symposium has been run annually since 2011 for the purposes of advancing the discipline of service user academia - the meaningful involvement of service users in mental health and addiction research and teaching.
Mental health and wellbeing

How many Australians will have dementia in 2050? The challenges of projection estimation

11am–12pm 8 Mar 2016
Professor Laurie Brown presents work undertaken by NATSEM through its participation in the DCRC-EDP initiative in estimating future numbers of people with dementia.