Friday, October 7, 2022
COVID-19 victims & recoverees alike require psychosocial support

COVID-19 victims & recoverees alike require psychosocial support from those around them

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Therefore, training caregivers, health workers, immediate family, and the general public on how to give psychosocial support to the COVID-19 patients and recovered victims needs to be done as a matter of urgency to help provide hope for recovery.
1 in 5 Aussies regret how much alcohol they drank during lockdown

1 in 5 Aussies regret how much alcohol they drank during lockdown

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At least 12 per cent of people drank every day during lockdown, and 1 in 10 said that, on average, they drank more than the recommended National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) draft guidelines to reduce the risks from drinking alcohol, consuming more than 10 standard drinks per week.
Do troubling times warrant a new breed of leader? - Just Imagine

Do troubling times warrant a new breed of leader? – Just Imagine

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The qualities of leadership reflect the essence of who a person really is… something to take into consideration in our search for leaders in these troubling times.
Commercial and sustainable forestry for Indigenous communities in the NT

Supporting Indigenous communities in the NT to create commercial and sustainable forestry on their...

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As the forests of northern Australia come under increasing pressure from commercial entities, we are proud to be involved with an initiative that supports their development, under the guidance of their traditional owners.
Refugees, migrants bounce back during the COVID-19 crisis - survey

Refugees, migrants bounce back during the COVID-19 crisis – survey

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If we stick together and all do what the government is asking, things will get better. I feel lucky to be in Australia.
drinking during the coronavirus lockdown

Parents are drinking more during coronavirus isolation but they haven’t been drinking alone

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New data released today by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation shows Australian parents have been consuming more alcohol, more frequently, during the coronavirus lockdown, with almost one in six (14%) saying they’ve been drinking every day.