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QMHR’s Formal Partners
  • Queensland Brain Institute – The University of Queeensland: Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) aims to discover the fundamental mechanisms regulating brain function in health and disease, in particular understanding the brain circuitry underlying function. In collaborations with clinicians and commercial partners, new discoveries are used as the basis to develop new therapeutic approaches to ameliorate the effects of brain diseases such as dementiaschizophreniamotor neuron disease (MND), and anxiety and depression.
  • School of Public Health, The University of Queensland: The School of Public Health’s vision is to work together to improve the health and well being of populations in a changing and inequitable world. The School is ranked 2nd in Asia Pacific and 27th in the world for Public Health and its research impacts the world’s most pressing population and public health challenges.
  • Queensland Health: The Department of Health is responsible for the overall management of the public health system in Queensland.
Key Collaborators
Mental Health Consumer Support Organisations
  • Black Dog Institute: The Black Dog Institute is a not-for-profit organisation and world leader in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
  • Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland: Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland is committed to ensuring that all Australians affected by mental illness receive adequate services and that policy and legislation address their needs.
  • National Mental Health Commission: The National Mental Health Commission was established in 2012 to provide independent advice and reports to government and community about what’s working and what’s not.
  • Orygen: Orygen Youth Health Clinical Program (OYHCP) is a world-leading youth mental health program based in Melbourne, Australia. OYHCP has two main components: a specialised youth mental health clinical service; and an integrated training and communications program.
Australian Mental Health Research Organisations
  • Brain Mind Research Institute: Diseases of the brain and mind, including substance abuse, clinical depression and dementia now account for more than 40 percent of all illness. These diseases are devastating for those affected, their families, and for society, costing the Australian economy an estimated $30 billion each year. The Brain Mind research Institute (BMRI) brings together patients, support groups and front-line carers with scientists and clinicians working in neurosciences and brain research, providing hope for those affected.
  • Brain Mind Research Institute: Diseases of the brain and mind, including substance abuse, clinical depression and dementia now account for more than 40 percent of all illness. These diseases are devastating for those affected, their families, and for society, costing the Australian economy an estimated $30 billion each year. The Brain Mind research Institute (BMRI) brings together patients, support groups and front-line carers with scientists and clinicians working in neurosciences and brain research, providing hope for those affected.
  • Centre for Mental Health Research (School of Population Health, ANU): a leader in excellent, innovative, population-based mental health research that is relevant to policy and practice.
  • Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA): An independent, not-for-profit research institute based in Sydney
  • Every Mind: a leading national Institute dedicated to reducing mental ill-health, reducing suicide and improving wellbeing
  • Centre for Mental Health, University of Melbourne: Improving mental health and mitigating the impact of mental illness at a population level
  • The Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research (CBMHR), University of Newcastle: Focused on increasing our understanding of the brain and mind across the lifespan, in the absence and presence of disease.
Clinical Trials Organisations
  • Australian Clinical Trials Alliance: Australian Clinical Trials Alliance aims to make “public good” clinical trials more central to health care in Australia in order to produce better health outcomes, often at lower cost.
  • AllTrials: AllTrials calls for all past and present clinical trials to be registered and their full methods and summary results reported.
  • Australian and New Zealand Clinical Trials Register: In the past decade there has been a worldwide initiative to make public all clinical trials being conducted. With the establishment of the ANZCTR, individuals are now able to find out which clinical trials are taking place across all areas of health – new drugs, treatments, therapies, surgical procedures and new medical devices.

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