Education

Educational videos on veteran mental health

Advances in Brain Stimulation Treatments
Advances in Adjunctive Treatments for PTSD
Social Circumstances in Veteran Mental Health
Putting Research into Practice
Advances in Brain Stimulation Treatments

Professor Paul Fitzgerald from Epworth Healthcare and Monash University discusses advances in brain stimulation treatments, particularly Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), with a focus on the promising work done to date in PTSD.

This is a brief, edited version of his presentation given at a multidisciplinary meeting of Special Interest Groups on Military and Veteran Mental Health in Sydney on 11 September 2019, hosted by the Centenary of Anzac Centre.

For the complete version of this presentation, please visit this link.

Advances in Adjunctive Treatments for PTSD

Professor Kim Felmingham from the School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne, discusses a range of adjunctive treatments for PTSD, and provides the latest evidence on their effectiveness as an alternative or adjunct to exposure-based treatments.

This is a brief, edited version of her presentation given at a multidisciplinary meeting of Special Interest Groups on Military and Veteran Mental Health in Sydney on 11 September 2019, hosted by the Centenary of Anzac Centre.

For the complete version of this presentation, please visit this link.

Social Circumstances in Veteran Mental Health

Professor Peter Butterworth from the Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing at the Australian National University discusses the social determinants of veteran mental health.

This is a brief, edited version of his presentation given at an event hosted by the Centenary of Anzac Centre on 29 April 2019 at the Anzac Memorial in Sydney: Supporting Veterans’ Mental Health – A Day for Staff of Ex-Service Organisations.

Putting Research into Practice

A panel of experts explores current research themes in veteran mental health, how to incorporate research findings into clinical practice, and tips on how to keep abreast of research developments.
The panel members: Professor Mal Hopwood, Professor Meaghan O’Donnell and Ms Jane Nursey.
Facilitator: Professor Mark Creamer.

This panel discussion was presented by the Centenary of Anzac Centre as part of the MHPN Online Conference 2019.

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