Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research (QCMHR) researchers have been tapped on the shoulder by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the […]
A Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research academic says that research will be a critical enabler of mental health reforms outlined in the newly released […]
Good things have come in threes this week for the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research (QCMHR), with a trio of the Centre’s top researchers […]
Global mental health emergency. What can we do? Suicide is the most extreme and visible symptom of the larger mental health emergency we are so […]
Integrated mental health care can improve patient outcomes Recent QCMHR report evaluates the Floresco Centre’s integrated approach to mental health care. Established in 2014, the Floresco […]
Link between neonatal vitamin D deficiency and schizophrenia confirmed Newborns with vitamin D deficiency have an increased risk of schizophrenia later in life, a team […]
Multi-million dollar research project to target adolescent mental health University of Queensland researchers have partnered with institutes in Kenya, Indonesia and Vietnam to investigate the […]
Bullying has been recognised globally as a risk factor for mental illness, thanks to a University of Queensland research team.
UNPAID carers in Australia face a significant economic disadvantage, research reveals, prompting the launch of a campaign to bridge the gap between unpaid care and workforce participation.
UQ Research Week 2018: Dr Fiona Charlson Today marks the first day of The University of Queensland’s Research Week. Through numerous events and awards, the […]
Physical activity in teenagers significantly reduces the likelihood of depression, a study has found. The study, carried out at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, involved examining the physical activity of almost 3500 14-year-olds and then assessing their mental health when they were 21.
Low levels of vitamin D during pregnancy and breastfeeding have again been linked to the development of autistic-like behaviours.