The ongoing trends suggest that soon mental health illness, especially depression would emerge as a major concern for the entire world.
Recent reports suggest that in order to tackle the problem, before it turns to be a major problem, Australia has declared that they will be awarding $2.44 million for setting up a Centre of Research Excellence, which will help improve the mental health services in the country.
It has been reported that yesterday Federal Health Minister, Tanya Plibersek declared in Brisbane that across the country 17 National Health and Medical Research Council Centers of Research Excellence will be opened to help curb the condition.
UQ Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Alan Lawson said, “We thank the Federal Government for developing and supporting this scheme that enables teams of researchers to pursue collaborative research and develop capacity in clinical, health services and population health research”.
Professor Lawson asserted that the fund will help renowned experts in the field to pair up and help develop treatments and plans that will help provide the patients with such illness better services and also will improve the overall performance of the mental health system.
Moreover, the centers will help reduce the pressure on health services as a result of mental disorders.
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