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Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Conference 2014
After the success of the 5th Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium in Geelong, the 2014 symposium heads to the Commercial Club Albury in the rural setting of Albury-Wodonga. Full details of next year's symposium will be available in early 2014. Make sure you're the first to get the latest news by receiving updates.
- Dr Keith Miller, Flinders University
- Mr Keith Sutton, Monash University
- Dr Norman Barling Ph.D MAPS
- Associate Professor James Bennett-Levy, University of Sydney
Grahame ‘Bonny' Gibson, Men’s Health/Family Violence programs
Kate Schlicht, Mental Health Academic, Department of Rural Health, Greater Green Triangle University
- Peter Sugg, C.E.O. Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association
Wrapping up 2013
The 5th Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium: Strategic Alliances: Facing The Challenges Together In Rural and Remote Mental Health explored the challenges and effectiveness of alliances between government, NGO’s , and communities through presentations and evaluations of partnership initiatives . It examined “diagnosable mild to moderate mental illness” in regional, rural and remote Australia.
The conference committee would like to thank our 2013 keynote speakers:
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What delegates thought of the 2013 Symposium
There were a number of really thought provoking presentations, well done. We need more of this. It was wonderful to have a strong indigenous stream throughout the conference.
Alison Fairleigh's presentation was excellent, and showed the power of individuals and country communities in bringing about positive change.
The Association would like to thank the sponsors and exhibitors of previous symposiums.
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