ASSIGNMENT ID
942938
SUBJECT AREA Psychology
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Proposal
CREATED ON 26th April 2019
COMPLETED ON 4th May 2019
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How to prevent stigma associated with mental illnesses in young Adults in Australia

Instructions to follow: • Review of literature (Preventing Stigma in Young Adults with Mental Illnesses in Australia) - peer reviewed journal articles and research studies that support your hypothesis/intervention, tools etc.- (10 references that was already used for the literature review) • Strategy or intervention proposed • Data collection tool(s) -how will you find what you want • Work plan • Time line such as 6weeks, 12 weeks, 18 weeks etc. • Budgeting • Ethical approval • 1000words • 10mins power point presentation
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