Taking place across 2021-2022, the Australasian Mental Health and Higher Education Collaboration will explore ‘the tapestry of mental health in higher education across four webinars.
ACAP Psychological Science student, Tory Gill, is bringing awareness to a rare auto-immune condition in support of Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month and her late father, Jeff Gill.Working closely with the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Queensland, Tory organised to light the Story and Victoria Bridges in Brisbane in support of Myasthenia...
During ‘The Tapestry of Mental Health in Higher Education’ webinar series, speakers will share mental health research, explore strategies for meaningful action and provide a forum for open discussion and engagement.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (2019) highlights how men have poorer mental health outcomes compared to other groups. This is especially true for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men, refugees and asylum seekers, incarcerated men (or those recently released from prison), trans men, and men from lower socioeconomic statuses in Australia.
The push to open up more spaces comes as mental health issues and concerns continue to grow throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the economy takes small steps towards a post-COVID19 world, it is becoming clear that the way we engage in living, working, learning and leisure activities have changed dramatically.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are sharing stories from some of our female leaders and academics over the next week. Today, Noritta MorseuDiop, a Senior Lecturer in Social Work, reflects on her passion for the community and giving a voice to the voiceless.When you were younger, what did you...
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are sharing stories from some of our female leaders and academics over the next week. Today, Kathryn Nicholson Perry, Chair of Discipline - Psychological Science, reflects on her greatest achievements and finding strength in numbers.When you were younger, what did you want to be...
ACAP has announced its inaugural ‘Get Equipped’ speaker series for 2021.