Schizophrenia Awareness Week

schizophrenia awareness week

Start Date

14 May 2012

End Date

20 May 2012


Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia


Schizophrenia Awareness Week aims to highlight issues that affect people living with schizophrenia and mental illness in general.

In 2012, the focus is on the physical health of people affected by mental illness, and the fact that there is an up to 25 year difference in the life expectancy of people with mental illness when compared to the general public.




myDr says

Schizophrenia affects about one person in 100 but is still one of the most misunderstood mental illnesses. Read myDr to help separate the myths and realities (see related links).

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