Hat Day, Australian Rotary Health's annual national mental health research fundraising event is now less than 6 weeks away. 

Even though COVID-19 may have disrupted many events this year, there are still some ways you can get involved in Hat Day this October to help #Liftthelidonmentalillness (see above).

If you would like to get involved, visit the Hat Day website today to register.

If you have any enquiries, email: news@arh.org.au 
Register for Hat Day

LIFT THE LID WALK for Mental Health Website Now Live!

We are very excited to announce that our new LIFT THE LID WALK for Mental Health website is live!

Check it out for ARH mental health fundraising walking events near you, or find out how to create an event for your Rotary Club. 
Check it Out!

Research Updates

New Longitudinal Eating Disorder Study Published

The new Mindframe guidelines on media reporting of mental illness in the context of violence and crime form part of Anna Ross' PhD project at the University of Melbourne, supported by Australian Rotary Health and the NHMRC.

Podcast Episode 17 Out Now

Every week we release a new episode of our podcast called 'The Research Behind Lift the Lid', where we talk to researchers about their findings from research projects funded by Australian Rotary Health. 

On episode 17 of 'The Research Behind Lift the Lid', our guest is A/Prof Lara Farrell from Griffith University.

We discuss her ARH funded research trial of D-cycloserine Augmented Behaviour Therapy for children with treatment resistant childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

Click the image to watch Episode 17 with
A/Prof Lara Farrell on YouTube.
Stay tuned for episode 18 with Dr Laura Hart and Dr Claire Kelly, talking about teen Mental Health First Aid!

In case you missed them, here are all the Podcast episodes
available on PodBean: