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DrugDangers.com has pulled together as a single resource everything related to defective medical devices and drugs to promote education and awareness for victims, their families, and the general public. Drug Dangers provides current news on prescription drugs and devices that are causing complications today.
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Formed in 2010 by a reputation management consultant and a victim of cyber stalking and harassment, we hope to offer advice to individuals, schools and anti-bullying advocates based on our considerable experience in this field.
The number 1 careers and education resource for nurses and allied health professionals in Australia and New Zealand.
Calm Clinic is a resource website that provides some of the essential information necessary to begin fighting anxiety. It covers not just the main information such as causes, symptoms and treatment options, but also provides a unique anxiety test which all anxiety sufferers should take. The test is fairly comprehensive and helps identify what factors may be at work and how to start treating it.
New Farm Clinic is a 72 bed private psychiatric hospital owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care. The Clinic is affiliated with the University of Queensland and offers a range of inpatient and day patient programs that specialise in the treatment of mood disorders, eating disorders, psycho-geriatrics and general acute adult psychiatry.
The Black Dog Institute became an exciting addition to mental health care in Australia when it was formally launched by the Premier of New South Wales in February, 2002. Building on its predecessor, the Mood Disorders Unit, the Institute is an ‘umbrella’ organisation which offers expertise in mood disorders via research, education and training, clinical services, and population health approaches, with the principal clinical services based within the Prince of Wales Mental Health Program, NSW.
The Black Dog Institute aims to support and advance research into the mood disorders, provide a resource for consumers, the general public and health professionals, and crucially, to raise clinical standards of diagnosing and managing mood disorders.
The Alzheimers's Association of Queensland's primary aim is to help maintain the quality of life of people diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers. This website includes information on Alzheimers and dementia, the latest research, a chat room, and useful sections on driving, the law, staying safely in your own home, and other aspects of living with the disease. The site also has a lending library, which is accessible by becoming a registered member of the website.
"...national professional peak body of counsellors ... primarily concerned with industry standards, creating employment for counsellors, health fund rebates and formal recognition of counsellors." Site sets out codes of conduct, ethics and practice, membership and contact details as well as upcoming seminars and events.
An organisation undertaking community development programs for mental health in the Sunshine Coast and Gympie Health Districts. They have a library and resource centre at Maroochydore, and publications such as a local mental health services directory.
Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ) is a national, not-for-profit organisation whose focus is to facilitate improvements in business processes and patient care in the health sector through the application of appropriate information technologies.
Health Informatics New Zealand, a new organisation, emerged in September 2000 from two health informatics organisations: Nursing Informatics New Zealand (NINZ) and New Zealand Health Informatics Foundation (NZHiF). Nursing Informatics was originally formed in 1990 and NZHiF was originally formed in 1994.
We are not about competing with existing organisations or activities, but about helping network key & influential partners to improve the effectiveness of health informatics business in New Zealand.
We act as a single portal through for the collection and dissemination of information about the New Zealand Health Informatics Industry. Our membership is for anyone who has an interest in health and informatics who wants to be part of an organisation that can provide relevant up-to date information about health Informatics.
The Gold Coast IMHS is responsible for servicing the mental health needs of the 350,000 population of Australia's Gold Coast.
The Queensland Women’s Health Network (QWHN) continues the tradition of women pursuing the health interests of women. It begins with the recognition of the dignity of all women and builds on the commitment of those who have worked to improve women’s health in Australian society. The Network was formed in 1986 out of a continuing concern to expand the existing system of health care to give attention to the unique experience of women. The main aim of the QWHN is to strengthen links between women, women’s services, the health sector and key decision makers in Queensland by assisting with information, support and advocacy. This work is being carried out through the production of a four-monthly newsletter and an informative, lively website. The information supplied on the website is updated regularly and includes an extensive list of links to relevant organisations, conveniently organised into appropriate areas e.g. Healthy Ageing, Mental and Emotional Health etc. A Discussion Board is also included on the site, giving all women the opportunity to share information and ideas.
depressionServices.org.au is a service portal that offers a diverse range of interactive human services, including free counselling and peer support, utilising online technologies for Australians living with depression to help improve their mental health and wellbeing.
The Counselling Service at depressioNet provides free counselling online to people residing in Australia who are impacted by depression. The Counselling Service is for clients who have depression who are committed to work with a Counsellor on managing depression and how it impacts on their daily living. The Counselling Service at depressioNet is comprised of qualified psychologists and counsellors, as well as a team of volunteers and students on placement; together supporting clients with depression.
EPPIC Statewide Services
EPPIC Statewide Services provide a training and networking website aimed at clinicians working in early psychosis. The website provides information, videos and discussion forums related to an array of early psychosis topics and provides a number of features including links on how to obtain early psychosis clinical manuals some of which are downloadable for free on the site. There are links on how to access the EPPIC training workshops which include full day workshops on Functional Recovery in FEP, Working with Families in Early Psychosis, Engaging with Therapeutic Skills and the Biology of FEP to name a few. The website also provides access to a database with links to over 13,000 early psychosis abstracts and articles. All the features can be accessed by creating an account to become a member (it’s free and takes one minute). Go to http://www.eppic.org.au for more details.
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