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Published November, 2021
By Pat McGorry
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Patrick McGorry has transformed the lives of thousands of young people through early intervention and a holistic approach to mental health care. Here, he presents his plan for mental wealth for all Australians - he wants to ensure that all Australians have every chance for a fulfilling and mentally healthy life, crucially supported by stigma-free access to humane and effective mental health care.

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A trusted introductory text for students of medicine and other health professions. The four-part structure - an introduction to clinical psychiatry; conditions encountered; specific patient groups and clinical settings; and principles and details of typical clinical services, and of biological and psychological treatments - provides a clear overview of clinical practice.

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Published September, 2015
By Mark Butler
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Explores the politics of ageing in Australia. Ageing will dominate Australian politics for years to come, touching almost every area of policy - retirement incomes, housing, employment, urban design and more. Advanced Australia makes the case for a much more positive approach to ageing that celebrates the continuing contribution older Australians make to our community.

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Published July, 2014
By Sidney Bloch
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Published June, 2013
By Anne Manne
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Provides a compelling account of the rise of narcissism in individuals and society. Manne examines the Lance Armstrong doping scandal and the alarming rise of sexual assaults in sport and the military, as well as the vengeful killings of Elliot Rodger in California. She looks at narcissism in the pursuit of fame and our obsession with "making it".

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Published May, 2011
By Sidney Bloch
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Published February, 2011
By Denis Muller
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Journalists tend to go from one story to the next with little time to think deeply about the impact their work has on the people they cover, or how their professional practices might be refined. But what the public sees is often negative: intrusive cameras, shouted questions, rude and aggressive behaviour.

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Published July, 2010
By David Penington
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Published June, 2010
By Helen Patricia MacDonald
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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Published July, 2008
By Paul A. Komesaroff
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
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