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LIFT THE LID on Mental Illness at QBD BOOKS during October

 
 
We all know escaping with a great book provides a wonderful way to take your mind off things at the moment, so what better way to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month!

With the addition to our partnership for the LIFT THE LID on Mental Illness in Schools campaign, this October our friends at QBD Books and some of their key publishers are getting behind us by donating $2 from a nominated list of book titles to support mental illness research fundraising. 
 
 
Above are some of the book titles you can purchase,
while supporting Lift the Lid.
 
 
 

Read Our Spring 2020 Update on Issuu

 
 
Our Spring 2020 Update is now available to read on issuu. This edition features our Chairman Gregory Ross' final report, findings from research that we fund, details of upcoming ARH events and more.

To request a hard copy, please email: admin@arh.org.au
 
 
 
 
 
Hat Day, Australian Rotary Health's annual national mental health research fundraising event is now less than 2 weeks away!

Help us #Liftthelidonmentalillness on World Mental Health Day - October 10, or anytime during October for Mental Health Month by hosting a Hat Day, participating in an event, or donating to mental health research. 

If you have any enquiries, email: news@arh.org.au 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LIFT THE LID WALK for Mental Health
New Events

 
Click the image above to view our LIFT THE LID WALK TV advertisement. 
 
Tickets are now on sale for our LIFT THE LID WALK events at MOOLOOLABABRIBIE ISLAND, KIPPA RING-NORTH LAKES & PINE RIVERS, and HAMPTON VICTORIA (VIRTUAL).

This is such a great way to fundraise for much needed mental health research! 
 
 
 
 
 
 

New Research Article on Bipolar II

 
 
A new paper published in BMC Psychiatry finds that world-first online decision aid for Bipolar Disorder II treatment decisions is acceptable, feasible, safe to use and linked to better quality treatment decisions.

This study was funded by Australian Rotary Health. 
 
 
 

Parenting Resilient Kids (PaRK)
Program Findings Published

 
 
A new ARH funded study on a tailored online intervention to improve parenting risk and protective factors for child anxiety and depression has been published in the Journal of Affective Disorders. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stay tuned for episode 22 with Prof Phillipa Hay from Western Sydney University.

In case you missed them, here are all the Podcast episodes
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