A practical guide to achieve seamless care
Conference Date
18th & 19th April 2018
Location
Novotel Sydney Central
Early Bird - Save $300
Book by 02/03/18

Overview

Bridging the gaps
Australia’s mental health system is fragmented with far too many people falling through the cracks. The government - through 2015’s mental health reforms and the recent 5th Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan - have made tackling this a top priority. The focus is on achieving an integrated system, with a seamless transfer of care, but it isn’t easy. The Moving Towards Integrated Mental Health Services conference will provide you with a practical guide to making this a reality. This conference will cover:
  • Smoothing the transition from primary to secondary to tertiary care
  • Treating both psychosocial and physical aspects of mental health
  • Achieving greater integration in rural and regional areas
  • Using digital tools to better facilitate integration
Who will attend? Community Mental Health Services / NGOs
  • CEOs
  • Directors / Managers
  • Mental Health
Hospitals / Area Health Networks / Local Health Districts
  • Emergency
  • Mental Health
Primary Health Networks (PHNs)
  • CEOs
  • Mental Health
  • Commissioning / Service Design
Government Departments / Agencies
  • Mental Health
  • Integrated Mental Health
Attending this conference earns 14 ACMHN continuing professional education (CPE) points

Attend to learn:

  • Achieve a smooth transfer of care
  • Respond to the psychosocial & physical dimensions of mental health
  • Use data to facilitate integration
  • Increase integration in regional areas
Show more details

Key Speakers

The Hon Greg Hunt
Minister for Mental Health
Australian Government
Professor Allan Fels
Former Chair
National Mental Health Commission
Dr Sebastian Rosenberg
Senior Lecturer
Brain & Mind Centre University of Technology
Sue Murray
CEO
Suicide Prevention Australia

Sponsors

What People Are Saying

  • “Looking ahead I see two giant challenges: the first is making mental illness a higher priority for the community and the second is greatly improving the way the present system operates.”

    Professor Allan Fels AO
    Chair, National Mental Health Commission, 2017

Blog

  • Date: 5 Feb 2018  By: Lindsey Eifler

    In 2015 the Government announced the biggest reforms to the mental health sector in decades.  The aim?  To create an integrated mental health system that would deliver better outcomes for people living with mental illness. Three years on, while reform set the wheels in motion, we’re yet to see significant change.   So how do we …

  • Date: 20 Jun 2017  By: Sasha Eden

    Research has clearly shown that happier staff are more productive. When we are interested and challenged by our work, believe in the vision of the organisation, and are empowered by our leaders, we put more energy into bringing that vision to life. We personally invest in the team’s collective success and own the challenges along …

  • Date: 8 Dec 2016  By: Katherine Kingsle

    An intensive report released by Price Waterhouse Coopers has revealed that mental health is costing Australian businesses up to $10.9 billion a year.  Compensation claims continue to be one the greatest costs to most businesses, costing up to $146 billion a year, but are you aware of the hidden costs? Price Waterhouse Coopers have identified …

  • Date: 6 Oct 2016  By: Jessica Farrelly

    “If somebody collapses due to a physical illness such as a heart attack in the work environment, at school, at a stadium, a concert, on public transport, in the street or at home, that person is likely to get help from somebody who knows about physical health first aid. If somebody experiences a severe acute …

Endorsers & Media Partners