Research survey: views and attitudes regarding communication about suicide - 3 November 2015

The Mindframe National Media Initiative invites public relations and communication professionals to participate in a research project that is looking at the views and attitudes regarding communication about suicide in Australia.

Mindframe resources support conference workshop in Ghana - 2 November 2015

The Mindframe National Media Initiative provided resources to support a Ghanaian sensitive anti-stigma session based on the work of Mindframe and SANE Stigma Watch in Australia as part of the 2nd Mental Health and Well-being Conference held recently in Accra, Ghana.

Mindframe to present at Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium - 23 October 2015

The work of the Mindframe National Media Initiative will be featured at the upcoming 7th Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium in Creswick, Victoria.

Mindframe celebrates media app first birthday! - 16 October 2015

Tomorrow, the Mindframe National Media Initiative will celebrate the one-year anniversary of its first ever app for media professionals.

Media alert: Mental Health Week 2015 - advice for media professionals - 30 September 2015

In the lead up to significant mental health events during October, media professionals are reminded of the Mindframe resources available to assist with the responsible reporting of mental illness and mental health.

Deadline looms for 2015 JERAA Ossie Awards - Mindframe for Journalism Education category - 29 September 2015

The Hunter Institute of Mental Health is calling on all journalism students to submit entries for the Mindframe for Journalism Education category as part of this year's Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) Ossie Awards!

You must be in it to win it! Last chance for Aus media to complete research survey - 21 September 2015

This is the final chance for Australian media professionals to have their say and participate in the Mindframe research project, looking at the views and attitudes regarding the reporting of suicide.

R U OK? - 10 September 2015

A message from the team at the Hunter Institute of Mental Health, which manages the Mindframe National Media Initiative, for national R U OK? Day.

New media guide for reporting LGBTI mental illness and suicide stories - 10 September 2015

A new set of online resources for journalists was launched today to support the reporting of mental illness and suicide stories relating to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people.

Media alert: World Suicide Prevention Day and R U OK? Day - 8 September 2015

In the lead up to World Suicide Prevention Day and the national suicide prevention campaign R U OK? Day this Thursday 10th September, it is a timely reminder for media professionals covering these events of the Mindframe resources, which provide evidenced-based support and practical advice for journalists reporting suicide and mental illness.