Postgraduate Wellbeing with Professor Ian Hickie

Postgraduate Wellbeing with Professor Ian Hickie

Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA)

The session will be hosted via Zoom. Please register here.

SUPRA and the University of Sydney Student Wellbeing have partnered to offer a one-hour presentation and discussion focused on the wellbeing of postgraduate coursework and HDR students.

Professor Ian Hickie is the Co-Director Health and Policy at the University of Sydney Brain and Mind Centre. He is an NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow. He was an inaugural Commissioner on Australia’s National Mental Health Commission overseeing enhanced accountability for mental health reform and suicide prevention. Ian is an internationally renowned researcher in clinical psychiatry, with particular reference to medical aspects of common mood disorders, depression and bipolar disorder. He is now focused on the development of real-time personalised and measurement-based care systems for use in partnership with young people and their families. Ian is passionate about mental health and wellbeing of University students and understands the challenges faced by postgraduate coursework and HDR students.

Tuesday 21st February 14:00-15:00, via zoom.

All welcome.

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