Alyson Wright’s learnings from the World Congress of Epidemiology 2021
The Duguid Scholarship, in facilitating my participation in the Stata course, has contributed to my development as a mixed methods researcher.
ANU-ADRI is a tool to assist with the self assessment of risk factors for dementia. It has been developed to enable individuals to find out what they can do to reduce their risk of dementia by making lifestyle changes.
The Anxiety Literacy Questionnaire assesses mental health literacy specific to anxiety.
Beacon provides consumer and research reviews and rankings of online e-health programs for mental and physical health disorders.
This Report highlights the state of suicide and suicide prevention in Australia with a view to developing a more effective national response.
The Depression Information Needs Scale (DINS) is designed to assess the unmet information needs of community members with regards to depression.
The Depression Literacy Questionnaire assesses mental health literacy specific to depression.
The Depression Stigma Scale is designed to measure stigma associated with depression.
The Generalised Anxiety Stigma Scale is designed to measure stigma associated with anxiety disorders.
The Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCODE) screening tool is a short questionnaire designed to assess cognitive decline and dementia in elderly people.
The purpose of these checklists is to provide guidance to allied health care staff and practitioners operating during COVID-19.
GRAPHC promotes and facilitates the use of geographical information systems (GIS).
This scale is designed to screen individuals in the community for presence of panic disorder and severity of panic disorder symptoms.
The forum was designed to showcase research using MADIP data to improve health and health care in Australia.
All modules are living documents which will be continually updated with new information.
This flyer provides details regarding the RSPH & RegNet conversation and networking lunch.
The Self-Stigma of Depression Scale is designed to assess the extent to which a person holds stigmatising attitudes towards themselves in relation to having depression.
This scale is designed to screen individuals in the community for presence of social phobia (also known as social anxiety disorder) and severity of social phobia symptoms.
The Stigma of Suicide Scale is designed to assess stigmatising attitudes of general community members toward people who suicide.
The SIDAS is designed to screen individuals in the community for presence of suicidal thoughts and assess the severity of these thoughts.
The topics of the sessions were diverse and covered a large range of One Health research occurring internationally.
The Warpy Thoughts Quiz/Scale measures dysfunctional attitudes.
This report provides a summary of the proceedings of the inaugural ACT Youth Mental Health Summit 2012 held at The Australian National University.