$90,000 in funding awarded to mental health after trauma projects

The Jamieson Trauma Institute has awarded $90,000 in seed funding through the Rehabilitation and Outcome Measurement Theme

The JTI Rehabilitation and Outcome Measurement Theme is committed to improving mental health following trauma

Winners of the grants

The successful recipients of the Mental Health after Trauma grants: (L-R) Kate Trenoweth, Bronwyn Griffin, Nicole Brigg and Belinda Dow.

The JTI “Mental Health after Trauma” grant round was launched at the “Mental Health Disorders after Trauma” workshop on 26th November 2020 as a key initiative of the Rehabilitation and Outcome Measurement Theme. An independent panel of seven panel members, chaired by the JTI Chair of Rehabilitation, Professor Ross Young, assessed thirteen grants.

The successful projects were:

  • Feasibility of an early intervention to prevent persistent traumatic stress reactions in young children admitted to intensive care.
    Dr Belinda Dow, The University of Queensland
  • Co-design and implementation pilot of a post trauma electronic paediatric psychosocial screen.
    Dr Bronwyn Griffin, Griffith University
  • UR-TOPIC Understanding Recovery and Tracking Outcomes of Post Intensive Care
    Miss Nicole Brigg, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital:

The grant recipients presented a brief overview of their projects at a recent JTI Research Advisory Committee meeting.

2021-08-04T10:34:27+10:004 August 2021|
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