A University of Melbourne expert asks if we are undervaluing the role that beauty salon workers can play in reaching some of society’s most vulnerable members.
How could mental health peer support workers improve Emergency Departments?
Peer support workers with lived experience benefit people in mental distress seeking help at an Emergency Department , finds University of Melbourne research.
How COVID-19 could inspire us to a better future
COVID-19 has created new ways of working together but as restrictions ease, a University of Melbourne expert says what we do now and what comes next matters
How do we teach students about their wellbeing online?
The next step in children's online learning will be how to teach social emotional learning in digital classrooms, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Caring for those touched by suicide behaviour
University of Melbourne research has quantified the risk of suicide behaviour influencing others and found that the specific type of behaviour exposure matters.
The healing history of dance
On International Women's Day, new University of Melbourne research explores how the history of dance can inform modern dance movement therapy.
Untangling men’s depression and suicide
Strengthening men’s social connections and a better understanding male depression could be key steps to reduce male suicide say University of Melbourne experts.
Taking positive psychology into the classroom
University of Melbourne experts in positive psychology are exploring how best to apply the science of wellbeing for school students in key learning environments
How technology is boosting our young people’s wellbeing
One in five young people experience anxiety and depression linked to their school life; University of Melbourne research is using technology to boost wellbeing.
Disability, thoughts of suicide and Australian men
Men in Australia are much more at risk of suicide; new research from the University of Melbourne looks what this means for Australian men with a disability.