BUILDING POPULATION MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY IN AUSTRALIA
Grant number: 1083394 | Funding period: 2015 - 2018
The work outlined in the proposal will contribute to building research capacity in the key areas of population mental health literacy and stigma reduction. Trials in the areas of workplace mental health and mental health in young people will inform implementation of evidence-based interventions and support policy development. Previous research in workplace mental health will be extended into the under-researched area of prevention.
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