From viral videos to bright work shirts and fundraising events, there has been no shortage of initiatives to raise the profile of mental health in recent years.
- Agronomist Brendan Magee has been wearing bright shirts to work to encourage mental health conversations
- He hopes more farmers will discuss the issue amid the string of disasters in recent years
- Doctors say initiatives are working and more people are opening up
Regional Australians have been some of the most willing participants in these campaigns with droughts, floods, bushfires and COVID-19 creating concern for some of the country’s most isolated residents.
Beaudesert-based agronomist Brendan Magee has joined the trend, encouraging his colleagues and customers to don…