Not just an app: mental healthcare digital disruption
The use of broad age ranges to outline when certain developmental stages usually occur are a useful tool for early detection of learning difficulties and disorders.
The Brain and Mind Centre has partnered with leading health organisations on a $1.5 million Fellowship program to provide specialised training to psychiatrists and support patients after traumatic brain injury.
The University of Sydney marked Mental Health Month by bringing together health experts and Indigenous community heroes to discuss their experiences and different approaches to tackling Indigenous youth mental health challenges in the 21st century.
During October's Mental Health Month, we are encouraging everyone to make their mental health a priority by sharing the University's resources. There's always help available to support you, no matter what you are going through.
More than 50 million people globally live with dementia, with 10 million new diagnoses every year. There is no treatment or cure, and incidence is on the rise. Our researchers are ahead of the curve in uncovering how sleep could prevent dementia.
Six early- to mid-career researchers from the University of Sydney have been awarded $20,000 each to take their innovative research in brain and mind sciences to the next level.
The University of Sydney, with hosting partner, the Brain and Mind Centre, a global leader in research and treatment of conditions that affect child development, youth mental health and brain ageing, has officially launched a Sydney Dementia Network.