Charlie Cooper

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Charlie Cooper is a Research Assistant in the Suicide Prevention Research Unit at Orygen, Centre for Youth Mental Health, University of Melbourne. He is a Provisional Psychologist and is currently completing his Masters and PhD in Educational and Developmental Psychology at Monash University. Charlie is completing his PhD research in partnership with Orygen’s #chatsafe research team, where he is focusing on the potential use of social media for suicide and self-harm prevention activities in LGBTQIA+ young Australians. Charlie's interests include LGBTQIA+ youth mental health, LGBTQIA+ youth suicide and self-harm, social media, adolescent school-based suicide prevention activities.


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Trigger warnings: to use, or not to use? That is the question


A group of leading researches at Orygen Australia review a recent meta-analysis on the efficacy of trigger and content warnings on media outlets that indicates warnings may not be as helpful as we thought.

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