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ABC Radio Brisbane interview - What images should we use to portray mental illness?

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Type ‘mental illness’ into an internet image search and you will see pictures of people in the dark or in a corner, holding their head in their hands. Is this how Australians want mental illness to be portrayed? SANE Australia is asking what the public think is a fair and accurate portrayal of mental illness in a new survey, part of the Picture This project.

SANE Australia's Director of Communications, Dr Paul Morgan, spoke with ABC Radio's Sarah Howells explaining the rationale behind Picture This.

You can listen to the interview here:

 

To participate in the survey visit: http://bit.ly/SANEPictureThis

 

 

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