It’s ANZAC Day – we honour those who’ve fought, on battlefields and in negotiation, to defend our lives and liberty, risking and all too often losing their own.
ADF estimates that 8% of serving personnel may go on to develop PTSD, while other estimates (like that of Brisbane psychiatrist Andrew Khoo) are as high as 20% for those in combat roles.

And we continue our fight, at unquestionably lesser risk but also for an essential purpose. It’s well past time to value the specialised and vital services of mental health provision and providers. And we continue our fight, at unquestionably lesser risk but also for an essential purpose.

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