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PTSD Education Program for GPs Launched

A national GP Education Program launched this year will better equip general practitioners and other healthcare professionals with new strategies to better identify the signs and symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).Read more

Your Heart Health

Our mind and our heart can often be at odds with each other when it comes to making decisions, but when it comes to our health they’re surprisingly in sync. The Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation (GMRF) is conducting research to better understand the mind-heart connection with the ultimate goal of improving the health of the veteran community. Read more

Soldier To Civilian: The Journey Home

Imagine losing your identity, your job, and your purpose – all on the same day.  It might sound like an absurd prospect to civilians, but for our service personnel it is the reality that some feel confronted with as they discharge from the Defence Force and transition into civilian society. In this article, Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation provide an insight into the direction of their most recent research project.Read more

Vasey Resilience Centre

While there has been a significant – and necessary – emphasis on supporting our wounded, injured and ill soldiers for many years, the question has been asked: what if we could prevent some of those things from occurring in the first place? Read more

GMRF Research and Outcomes

RSL Queensland has committed $6.75 million to research into veteran health initiatives, conducted by the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation.Read more

Taking on PTSD: Reducing the impact into the future

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is one of the single biggest health problems in Australia, affecting up to 1.5million people in some form, and yet little is known about the condition or how to treat it. Read more

Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation: Love Your Liver

The Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation (GMRF) is a research facility based at Greenslopes Private Hospital committed to enhancing the health of our veteran community. Our research is innovative, relevant, and inspired by the legacy of the brave men and women who served this country in its time of need.Read more

Relevance of RSL Today

From the tents providing refuge for returned soldiers in 1916 and the early social support groups that formed as a result of seeking commonality, today’s RSL has evolved to be the largest ex-service organisations in Queensland.Read more

Tony Dell: Standing Tall

Australian Test Cricketer Tony Dell put his burgeoning career on hold to serve in Vietnam, and remains the only veteran of any conflict since 1945 to have represented his country in our national sporting pastime. 40 years later, Tony was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is now dedicated to raising awareness and generating discussion around this debilitating disorder.Read more