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The ACMHN takes no responsibility for the organisation or content of the programs listed.


 

MARCH 2019

Safeside – Next-generation Suicide Prevention Training

Learn a systematic framework to unite your team and guide best practice in recovery oriented care.

29 March – Cairns / 01 April - Brisbane
Workshops for Health Professionals and Community Workers focused on 'keeping clients safe'. SafeSide is a framework for recovery-oriented suicide prevention that lifts our sights beyond merely ‘keeping clients safe’ toward a vision of evidence-based care that is truly connected with a client’s needs, experiences, and growth potential. Every interactive SafeSide workshop is co-led by its founder Dr. Anthony Pisani, an internationally recognised leader in suicide prevention education and workforce development, and Patient Advocate Kristina Mossgraber.

Read More: https://www.grow.co.nz/page/safeside-suicide-safer-care/

 
APRIL 2019

APS College of Health Psychologists Conference

25 - 27 April 2019
Adelaide
Applying new solutions in Health Psychology

Health Psychology is an ever-growing field of practice and research and we are acknowledging this by the conference title of ‘Applying new solutions in Health Psychology’. Our keynotes will be Professor Kenneth Pakenham and Dr Rachel Reilly. There will also be other speakers and poster presenters with expertise in chronic pain, psychocardiology, psychogastroenterology, perinatal mental health, substance use and indigenous health. This will ensure that the long ANZAC Day weekend in 2019 will be unforgettable for Health Psychologists, Public Health researchers and those that work in Health Psychology related areas.

For more information: https://www.psychology.org.au/APS-CHP-Conf/2019

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