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Response to ReachOut/ET 'Crossroads' report

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Patrick McGorry
04/04/2014

 

Response to Nicola Roxon speech

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Patrick McGorry
21/10/2013

Irish school mental health guide published

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Patrick McGorry
01/02/2013

A deadly silence that has to end

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Patrick McGorry
10/09/2012

Patrick McGorry writes in today's Age about the need for an end to the culture of shame and secrecy surrounding suicide that prevents more young lives from being saved

Public vote on who gets charity funding

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Patrick McGorry
17/07/2012

APA to leave Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome out of DSM-5 Main Text

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Patrick McGorry
17/07/2012

Prof. Patrick McGorry has provided the Schizophrenia Research Forum (SRF) with some feedback and comments on the APA’s recent announcement regarding the placement of attenuated psychosis syndrome in the appendix rather than the main body of the DSM-5.

Therapy First

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Patrick McGorry
12/07/2012

In response to an article in the Sydney Morning Herald earlier in the week, Orygen Youth Health replied with the following:

Need for a rethink (and clarity about terms)

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Patrick McGorry
20/06/2012

While everyone would agree with Martin Whitely that mental health needs a rethink, some aspects of his recent opinion piece in the West Australian require clarification.

A strong, decisive government can take ownership of Australia's mental health

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Patrick McGorry
10/05/2012

Mental healthcare in Australia is not properly engineered in relation to the scale of the problem or the pattern of disease onset across the lifespan.

The number one roadblock to better care is the failure to integrate the community component of state-funded care with primary care structures, preferring to link it with inpatient and hospital-based services.

Still waiting from last year's budget

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Patrick McGorry
09/05/2012

While there is relief in some quarters that mental health has at first glance does not appear to have been cut in this budget, there are three areas of concern.

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