Dr Ross Tynan
B. of Psychology, PhD in Biomedical Science
Dr Tynan is the Research Lead at Everymind. The majority of Dr Tynan's research is within the area of workplace mental health, as well as the prevention of mental-ill health and suicide.
Dr Tynan is currently working on research to better understand suicide stigma (and associated factors) in a variety of workplaces including the mining industry, creative, media and marketing industries, and the small business sector. Dr Tynan's current research interests also involve recommendations for the safe and accurate portrayal of suicide in Australian mass media, including application of recommendations, as well as the attitudes towards the recommendations held by journalism and public relations professionals.
- Children or young people
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people
- Target groups (CALD, LGBTI, Rural/remote, Lived experience)
- Suicidal behaviour(suicidal ideation, suicidal risk, suicide attempt)
- Mental health, mental ill health
- Settings (workplaces, mental health services, education, communities)
- Research opportunities
- Innovative approaches to suicide prevention
- Connecting with post-graduate candidates
- Collaboration with Australian suicide prevention services, programs and resources
- Support for discussions about suicide
Do Australian media apply recommendations when covering a suicide prevention campaign?
Thienel, R., Bryant, M., Hazel, G., Skehan, J. & Tynan, R.
Journal of Public Mental Health, (in press)
View at everymind.org.au
Please note: this is not a complete list of papers this researcher has contributed to. If the research you are interested in is not listed above, please contact the researcher for more information.