Saturday, January 22, 2022

Potential secondary health effects from lockdowns leave Aussies at risk

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New research reveals lasting secondary health impacts, due to the COVID-19 lockdowns on Australians’ engagement with their broader health. The research, commissioned by leading Australian life insurer TAL, highlights that those living in the heavily locked down states of Victoria and New South Wales delayed visiting their GP.

Travel Apartheid shows the most and least powerful passports for 2022

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Data from the Henley Passport Index, which ranks the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa and is based on exclusive and official data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an individual could on average visit 57 countries in 2006 without needing to acquire a visa in advance.

Healthy persons trial to investigate the brain activity effects of psychedelics

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There is strong evidence to support the safety and clinical effectiveness of psilocybin assisted psychotherapy for depression and MDMA assisted psychotherapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) when used in medically controlled environments.

Black Dog Institute offers tips to stay well while working in trying times

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As we start 2022 facing new, albeit not entirely unfamiliar, uncertainties that affect all aspects of our lives, it is more important than ever to consider the toll placed on our wellbeing by these factors and the implications for our mental health in terms of our working lives.

Want to invest in an NDIS property, but you are not sure how?

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According to Yannick Ieko, property continues to be a star investment performer during the pandemic with certain types of property delivering even better returns than others.

2022 workplace predictions with research from people2people

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According to people2people recruitment’s online polls, 2022 will see over half of Australians continue to work from home, and 4 out of 10 looking to change jobs or make a career change.

Novel supporting teens struggling in a time of high anxiety and uncertainty

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Young West Australian Author, Sita Bennett, created a novel for young people suffering from mental health concerns in the lockdown. Ms. Bennett said that parents of teens experiencing mental health concerns may be looking for many different solutions for their loved ones, including the important medical routes.

Insightful research and presentation of solutions to leadership crises

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“The Premium Leader: Leadership Attributes and Strategies for Today's Volatile World” by Dayo Olomu, offers premium leader solutions through seven key attributes. Studies on leadership are dynamic, hence new advances must establish such strands that will progress enduring panacea to nascent issues of relevance to critical leadership advancement.

Victoria gets back to business as spending surges in post-lockdown

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Personal services businesses, such as hairdressers and beauty salons, in Victoria, have welcomed a 481% increase in sales in their first-weekend post-lockdown compared with the previous weekend, according to Commonwealth Bank Australia merchant terminal data.

Mind Blank’s Ally Kelly receives award for her suicide prevention initiatives

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Ally Kelly has been awarded with the Outstanding Achievement Award, which is presented by Suicide Prevention Australia as part of the LiFE awards 2021.

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