ISWAN’s second self-help guide for seafarers, Psychological Wellbeing at Sea, is now available in five additional languages.
A recent study published by the maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society and Yale University found that 26% of seafarers said they had felt ‘down, depressed or hopeless’.
A new crew connectivity report reveals the impact on seafarers of being away at sea for months at a time with little or no internet access.
The Mission to Seafarers today published the latest of its ongoing Seafarer Happiness Index reports, which revealed a growing link between onboard connectivity and seafarer happiness levels.
A new self-help guide has been launched by ISWAN as part of its series of Good Mental Health Guides for seafarers.
Seafarers’ charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) responded to the spiritual and faith needs of the crew of container ship CMA CGM Africa Four when it called at Tilbury port in late July.
The latest version of Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea app for seafarers hopes to further combat high rates of cardiovascular conditions and mental health disorders among seafarers.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust is putting out a Call for Expressions of Interest for collaborating centres to undertake vital research into suicide among seafarers.
ISWAN has produced a self-help guide for seafarers’ mental health to complement its free, 24/7 helpline, SeafarerHelp.
The new publication, “Managing Traumatic Stress – Guidance for Maritime Organisations” aims to provide a top-level guidance to senior management.