Seeking a Casual
Media and Communications Officer

Australian Rotary Health is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Media and Communications Officer to join our small team in Parramatta on a casual basis (minimum 10 hours per week).

If you would like to find out more or apply, take a look at our job advertisement on Seek.

For enquiries about the role, contact Jessica Cooper:

An Update from Mel Gray

Mel Gray wants to 'Let the Pedals Lift the Lid' this year in April by riding a static bike over 24 hours to raise money for mental health research. He wants you to join him! Click the image above for an update on his training journey.

To register for our next Zoom information sessions on Thursday 21st Januaryat 9.30am or 7pm, email:

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Research Updates


Mental Health Needs of Non-Binary Youth

Charlotte Blacklock from Murdoch Childrens Research Institute was awarded a Combined Rotary Clubs of Mackay PhD Scholarship from Australian Rotary Health this year to explore the mental health and gender affirming needs of young people with non-binary gender identity. 

New Publications From ARH Researchers

Dr Mark Boyes and his team at Curtin University were awarded an Australian Rotary Health Mental Health Research Grant in 2018 to pilot the Clever Kids programme, aimed at promoting mental health in children with dyslexia.

They have recently published articles about their findings in the Learning Difficulties Australia Bulletin and the British Journal of Educational Psychology.Click the buttons below to check them out.

Dr Boyes will be joining us on the 'Research Behind Lift the Lid' podcast next week - so keep an eye out!