A major focus of the School is population mental health and wellbeing from a translational, collaborative and implementation research perspective.
This focus includes conducting systems research, epidemiological studies and complex intervention research that monitor and track development of mental disorders and wellbeing over time as well as studies on social determinants, mental health services and policy.
We develop and test innovative approaches to eMHealth, mapping and decision support systems to improve prevention, assessment, treatment and recovery for mental disorders and suicidal behaviours, as well as for guiding policy decision making. We also examine psychosocial, biological, genetic, lifestyle and physical risk factors for common mental disorders and suicide risk.
|Partnering public mental health and academia 11 Dec 2020||Event recording|
|Population mental health research at CMHR||Event presentation|
|Resources for Seminar 1: Systems thinking approach to mental health planning||Event presentation|
|Webinar 20200317: Enabling recovery for people with complex psychosis||Event recording|
|Webinar 20200630: Loneliness and Mental Health||Event recording|