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Thanks to all who presented at the 2019 #NDARCSeminar Series.

A number of videos are available to watch on our website including:
- Dr Fiona Shand from @blackoginst
- @AlisonRitter1 from @DrugPolicy_DPMP
- Prof Frederick Altice from Yale University

https://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/blog

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18.10.2019

Improving mental health in palliative care

Delirium and depression: conditions too often seen in the palliative care setting are distressing, not only for the patient themselves, but for family, carers and medical staff as well. Research is currently underway into therapeutic approaches which could ease the suffering of palliative care patients with these conditions. Using melatonin to ease delirium Inability to…

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11.10.2019

Digital platforms bring new vision to mental health care

New online technologies are changing the mental health care landscape with a range of apps and web-based tools to help people better manage their mental health and wellbeing. Project Synergy and InnoWell With 99% of young people aged 16-25 years in Australia being active online and with 60% seeking information about mental health on the…

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04.10.2019

Active Breed Program – helping to improve men’s mental health

“Men don’t cry. Men are tough. Men are strong.” The old ways of thinking about men and emotions are so deeply entrenched in our society that it’s no wonder that when men encounter feelings of helplessness, depression and anxiety, they bottle up the issues. Not wanting to be seen as “soft”, they battle on causing…

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