Posttraumatic Mental Health: Enhancing Resilience and Recovery [ 2004 - 2008 ]

Also known as: Posttraumatic Mental Health

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Richard Bryant (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Alexander Mcfarlane Prof Derrick Silove

Brief description Psychological disorders following exposure to trauma account for a significant proportion of the burden of disease in terms of personal suffering, decreased productivity, occupational and social dysfunction, medical disorders, and demands on health services. The overall goal of this project is to enhance the nation’s capacity in research into the identification of risk factors for posttraumatic mental disorders, study of neurophysiological factors mediating these disorders, and evaluation of treatment strategies to reduce psychological morbidity after trauma. This project will develop a critical mass of Australia’s leading trauma researchers that will ensure that Australia retains its leading edge in posttraumatic research.

Funding Amount $AUD 5,043,011.64

Funding Scheme Programs

Notes Program Grant

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