The Treatment Research Collaboration is currently undertaking pioneering research into PTSD and other complex military-related mental health issues.
We aim to test innovative psychological, social, and neurobiological treatments and delivery methods. This will include a particular focus on early intervention to reduce the cumulative impact of PTSD and related disorders.
Attention training to augment veterans’ PTSD treatment (the ACTIVATE trial)
This pilot is taking place in Brisbane in collaboration with Toowong Private Hospital and Tel Aviv University.
The UNPAC study
This study will be recruiting Australia wide, and is open to Australian veterans with access to a smartphone.
Treatment augmentation for PTSD: A systematic review
Defining response and non-response to treatment in patients with PTSD: A systematic review
This review is being conducted at the University of Melbourne.
Does employment affect wellbeing in transitioned ex-serving ADF members? (the EmployWELL study)
In Their Own Words Study
The In Their Own Words study explores the PTSD treatment choices of veterans and their expectations and perceptions of treatment. This will help us to understand how treatment can better meet the needs of veterans.