The Psychosis Australia Trust is an initiative of the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia in association with the Australian Psychosis Research Network.
The Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia is undertaking a project on behalf of Psychosis Australia Trust to enable the views of people affected by psychosis including carers, families and friends to be given the right amount of consideration when establishing an agenda for psychosis research in Australia.
Do you need more information or support about psychosis or other mental illness for yourself or someone you care about? Call Mi Networks on 1800 985 944
What is psychosis?
Psychosis is a condition where the functioning of a person’s brain is severely disrupted, affecting that person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. Like any other illness, psychosis is treatable and can happen to anyone. Psychotic symptoms can occur in an isolated episode or as part of an ongoing diagnosed illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression or schizoaffective disorder. Want to learn more about psychosis? Fact Sheet
MIFA and PAT need your help to complete three surveys over a period of about 8 weeks to help us understand your priorities. Some of you may have participated in one of these projects with us before where we gradually refine our list of priorities with as many people as want to join us.
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to our site to register your interest and complete the first survey.
Do you need more information or support about psychosis or other mental illness for yourself or someone you care about? Call Mi Networks on 1800 985 944.”
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