Workers’ mental health should be as important as their physical well-being, according to Prof Ian Hickie.
Brain and Mind Centre
Disorders affecting the brain and mind – such as substance abuse, autism, depression and dementia – are among the greatest health challenges we face in the 21st century. These diseases are devastating for those affected, their families, and society – costing the Australian economy an estimated $30 billion each year.
We are committed to leading generational change for disorders of the brain and mind.
Workers’ mental health should be as important as their physical well-being, according to Prof Ian Hickie. Read more...
23 March | Brain training to fight dementia
Professor Michael Valenzuela talks about how a recent study shows real potential for certain brain exercises to slow or prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease. Read more...
Professor Ian Hickie speaks about how the highest Australian suicide rate in 13 years has been driven by men aged 40 to 44. Read more...