Research

Collaborating with veterans to better meet their needs

The Centenary of Anzac Centre aims to improve the mental health of veterans and their families. At its heart is a collaborative approach which capitalises…

Problem anger a lesser researched area that is prevalent amongst veterans

Remembrance Day 2019 marks the 101st anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War. At 11am on the eleventh day of the eleventh…

Evidence-based treatment and coordination of healthcare are key for veterans

The Transition and Wellbeing Research Programme examined the impact of military service on the mental, physical and social health of serving and ex-serving military members…

Personalising treatment options for success

Understanding the treatment preferences of veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can lead to greater levels of sustained engagement with treatment. A new research study…

Understanding problem anger and its causes in Australian veterans

An innovative study into problem anger and its causes in Australian veterans is set to provide new insights into the ways that anger is experienced…

Supporting the mental health of Vietnam veterans

Vietnam Veterans Day on 18th August is an opportunity to focus on how we can support the mental health of the 60,000 Australians who were…

Research improves treatment outcomes for veterans

Research and trials are an important part of Phoenix Australia and the Anzac Centre. Worldwide, researchers are looking for new ways to help veterans who…

Creating ‘living’ guidelines for PTSD

In 2007, Phoenix Australia developed the first Australian guidelines for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. Now they are being developing into ‘living’ guidelines that…

Using work to help heal mental illness

The right type of employment can be an important step towards recovery for veterans experiencing mental illness. Traditional rehabilitation models use a ‘train and place’…

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