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STUDY | Business in Mind

In October 2010 a research project at the University of Tasmania was launched to evaluate the effectiveness of the Business in Mind (BIM) DVD and resource kit. Harbinger’s John Armstrong has been a participant in this project since the beginning and has provided regular input and feedback to the project team at UTAS. Studies that run as long as BIM are very rare. As a result, very little information exists around the long-term effects of resources and interventions addressing mental health and wellbeing within the SME and NGO sectors, or even just the coping and wellbeing of those working within these sectors.

Some results from the study have been published and are available online at:


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