On the Line welcomes the news that the Victorian Government has announced a record investment for mental health support in the Victorian Budget 2018/19. Overall, $705 million will be invested in the mental health sector. View some of the project highlights.More
New research by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute suggests that dads-to-be with a history of common mental health issues are at a significantly greater risk of developing antenatal depression.More
Research from ReachOut reveals 40% of Australian parents are worried about their children using social media and technology, compared to 25% of parents who were concerned about traditional risks to children around alcohol, drugs and smoking. See ReachOut’s five tips for parents whose child is experiencing cyberbullying.More
For World Bipolar Day, we’re breaking down the myths associated with the disorder to help eliminate the stigma. Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. One in fifty adult Australians will experience the disorder in a year.More
In 2017, Norway topped the World Happiness Report ranking, with Australia coming in a respectable ninth place. With the United Nation’s International Day of Happiness coming up, we thought it was a good time to look at what makes a country and a workplace happy.More
Zero suicide is a fast-growing global initiative that aims to prevent people dying by suicide while under the care of a healthcare provider. Zero Suicide believes that these deaths are preventable and are encouraging providers to improve their systems. We’re taking a closer look at how different countries are approaching the Zero Suicide goal.More
A new study suggests that poor physical health and disability are key drivers of psychological distress in older Indigenous Australians.