Patient Suicide And Homicide Risk Often Missed

Article Date: 25 Jun 2013 – 8:00 PDT The assessment of risk in patients who go on to die by suicide or commit homicide is often poor, a new study has found. A report by The University of Manchester’s National Confidential Inquiry...

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Harnessing technology to improve mental health

University of Sydney cross-disciplinary researchers are harnessing the benefits offered by advances in online technology to develop innovative programs improving mental health in young people. Associate Professor Rafael Calvo, director of the...

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New mothers are anxious – not depressed

A study has found that anxiety is more common than depression among new mothers. Researchers surveyed mothers of healthy babies before birth and then followed them up at several points after birth. They found that more women suffered from anxiety...

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