Mrs Nicola Jamieson

Mrs Nicola Jamieson of University of New England was awarded $76,200 for the proposed PhD Scholarship thesis titled:

A war within: Making sense of suicide through narratives with former Australian Defence Force (ADF) Members… Read More

Ms Debra Osborne

Ms Debra Osborne of Swinburne University of Technology was awarded $104,879 for the proposed PhD Scholarship thesis titled:

Using User-guided Design to build, implement and evaluate a clinical decision support system for suicidal risk in general medical practice… Read More

Mrs Pauline Klein

Mrs Pauline Klein of Flinders University was awarded $105,000 for the proposed PhD Scholarship thesis titled:

Bringing consumer and carer lived experience expertise to inform improved service responses to distress, suicidal thoughts and actions of people with a Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) diagnosis… Read More

Innovation Research Grants announced by Minister Hunt

Innovation Research Grants announced by Minister Hunt Six Innovation Research Grants have been announced by Minister Hunt. This initiative is part of the Suicide Prevention Research Fund which Suicide Prevention Australia manages on behalf of the Federal Government. Congratulations to … Read More

Dr Sally Fitzpatrick

Dr Sally Fitzpatrick of the University of Newcastle was awarded $100,000 for the Innovation Research Grant project titled:

A randomised controlled pilot study of an online intervention for families and friends affected by a suicide attempt.… Read More

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