An archive of news articles from 2020 on how the Brain and Mind Centre engaged communities and improved the lives of those living with conditions of the brain and mind through high-impact research.
A survey by the Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic into the impact of the coronavirus in Australia found a majority reduced their gambling during the first shutdown but about one in 10 increased how often they gambled.
New modelling released today by the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre combines productivity and suicide data, demonstrating the benefits of acting urgently and effectively to flatten the mental health 'curve'.
Our researchers provide some tips and tricks on navigating this time to come out healthy on the other end.
This project will use new and emerging technologies as the vehicle to enhance self-assessment and highly personalised care for young people.
Challenging behaviours and how to manage them. The Brain and Mind Centre’s Ageing and Neurodegeneration team’s guide to supporting someone living with dementia through COVID-19.