Other elearning Resources

Mental Health Podcasts Series: Second episode now available online

The podcast and further information about the project can be accessed here 

Mental Health Professional Online Development (MHPOD)

http://www.acmhn.org/career-resources/mhpod

Mental Health Professionals Network

http://www.mhpn.org.au/

Intellectual disability mental health eLearning

http://www.idhealtheducation.edu.au/

Children of Parents with a Mental Illness

http://www.copmi.net.au/professionals-organisations/how-can-i-help/professional-development/elearning-courses

Beyond Blue: Detecting and managing perinatal mental health disorders in primary care

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/resources/health-professionals/perinatal-mental-health/free-online-training

Mental Health First Aid

https://mhfa.com.au/courses/elearning

RANZCP

https://www.ranzcp.org/Publications/E-learning.aspx

Royal College of Psychiatry UK

http://www.psychiatrycpd.co.uk/

Australian Psychological Society: Working with people affected by forced adoption – training for mental health professionals

http://www.psychology.org.au/Events/EventView.aspx?EventID=16082 

 

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Psychopharmacology and Mental Health Webinar

Improve your ability to identify and manage the mental health conditions associated with psychopharmacology by viewing this webinar.


The webinar featured a facilitated interdisciplinary panel discussion of a topical case study.


Preview the panel
• Ms Jenni Bryant (mental health nurse / clinical nurse consultant)
• Associate Professor Shane Bullock (psychopharmacology researcher)
• Associate Professor Christine Neville (mental health nurse)

The webinar was facilitated by clinical psychologist, Mr Paul O'Halloran.

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Learning objectives
By participating in this webinar, nurses working in chronic disease will have improved knowledge and skills to identify and manage mental health conditions associated with psychopharmacology. At the completion of the webinar, you will be better able to:

  • understand, recognise and screen for mental health issues in the context of psychopharmacology
  • engage patients in awareness raising conversations about the relationship between psychopharmacology, mental health and mental wellbeing
  • through an improved understanding of the role of allied health providers, discuss treatment options with the patient and/or make or recommend appropriate and timely referrals.

 

View the webinar recording

 

Psychopharmacology and Mental Health Webinar from ACMHN on Vimeo.

 

Webcasts from the ACMHN

 

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The College is currently developing a series of webcasts, on a range of topics including:

  • Tips for academic and formal writing
  • Comorbid substance use in people with mental disorders
  • Harm reduction in substance use and mental health
  • Smoking and mental health
  • Mental health assessment in an emergency care situation
  • Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers
  • Phatic chat
  • Emotional intelligence
  • 'Recovery-oriented' approaches
  • Health promotion and social inclusion
  • The meaning of resilience to people with schizophrenia
  • and many more!

Each webcast will be between 30mins and 1 hour, and will include a short multiple choice quiz at the end. 

 

Once a number of these have been completed, they will be made available here, so stay tuned! 

 

Conference presentations from the ACMHN

 

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The College has obtained access to a number of presentations from different Conferences, that may be of interest to you.

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Margaret Doherty from ACMHN on Vimeo.

 

 

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