Association Conferences

The Association offers a range of conferences for both members and non-members.  From International Mental Health Conferences which commenced in 2000, to National Conferences on Addiction, Bullying, Domestic Violence and more.

All conferences offer presenters peer reviewing, and publish Books of Proceedings containing both peer and non-peer reviewed papers.  The Books contain unique ISBN’s and are distributed by the National Library in Canberra.

All attendees have access to the full conference podcasts to compliment the published papers.

In 2014/15 the Association made over 500 presentations available, either in printed or recorded formats.  A similar number will be produced in 2016.

All conference programs are confirmed following a ‘call for abstracts’ process.

The ANZMH Association is pleased to host and support the following conferences:

 

9th Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium

We warmly welcome you to Albury, NSW from Wednesday 11 – Friday 13 October 2017 for the 9thAustralian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium. This year our theme will be Impacts & Outcomes, Putting People First. The symposium is designed for consumers, carers, clinicians, managers and all those working in rural mental health.  It is applicable to those from Primary Health Networks, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health, non-government organisations, government health services and private providers. It is a great conference to establish and develop links across these service types and work together to advance rural mental health.

This year we will examine new and innovative approaches to care, recovery oriented practice, ageing communities, meaningful consumer and carer participation, current academic research, service integration, capacity-building, suicide prevention, physical health and mental illness, E-mental health and working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social and emotional wellbeing.

The symposium will include keynote speakers, concurrent sessions and workshops that develop skills related specifically to the mental health needs of our rural and remote communities, and ways to effectively prepare mental health and other rural human service professionals to meet future challenges.

Email:  rrmh@anzmh.asn.au
Ph: (61 7)  5502 2068

Important Dates

  • Notification to Authors: 21 July 2017
  • Author Acceptances Due:  4 August 2017
  • Draft Program Available: 7 August 2017
  • Presenter Amendments: 25 August 2017
  • Full Papers for Peer Review: 1 September 2017
  • Presenter Registrations Close: 30 August 2017
  • Early Bird Registrations Close: 30 August 2017
  • Non-Peer Review Papers:  29 September 2017

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National Employment Solutions Conference | The Changing Face of Work and the Workplace

The National Employment Solutions Conference will examine the changing face of work and the workplace and the impacts on sector professionals.  The program will examine challenges, opportunities, trends and issues that relate to innovative employment solutions in both job supply and demand.

The Conference will be held at Mantra Legends on the Gold Coast from Thursday the 16th to Friday the 17th of November 2017.  It will be a platform for policy makers, academics, employers, human resource managers, recruitment services, association and “not-for-profit” representatives.

This event has evolved from the Long-Term Unemployment Conference and has a wider subject focus. The Committee wants to re-focus attention on creating Employment Solutions from a National prospective while covering a diverse range of topics.

Early Bird Registrations Close: Friday 6 October 2017

Email:  secretariat@employmentsolutions.net.au
Ph: (61 7)  5502 2068   Fax: (61 7) 5527 3298

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Important Dates

  • Abstracts open: March 2017
  • Abstracts close: Monday 31 July 2017
  • Notification to Presenters: Monday 14 August 2017
  • Presenter Acceptances Due: Monday 28 August 2017
  • Draft Program available: Thursday 31 August 2017
  • Presenter registration due: Friday 29 September 2017
  • Full Papers for Peer Review: Monday 9 October 2017
  • Early Bird Registrations Close: Friday 6 October 2017
  • Full Papers for Non-Peer Review: Friday 3 November 2017

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Stop Domestic Violence Conference Australia

The 3rd STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia will be held at Rydges Melbourne from Monday 4 – Tuesday 5 December, followed by half day workshops on Wednesday 6 December 2017.

This year the conference will embark on the theme of ‘Domestic Violence Does Not Discriminate’ with nine featured speakers and over 50 expert stream/ workshop presenters.  The conference aims to provide a platform for a unified national voice on ending domestic violence.

We feel safer when we think domestic violence happens somewhere else to someone else. In reality, men, women and children of all races, orientation and social standing can be affected by domestic violence. Whether it is physical, social, financial, verbal, psychological, spiritual, sexual or emotional – domestic violence can leave scars on those affected. Our human basic needs of comfort and security are violated when violence is common, impacting home life, the work place and the community.

Early bird registrations close: Monday 23 October 2017

Email:  secretariat@stopdomesticviolence.com.au
Ph: (61 7)  5502 2068   Fax: (61 7) 5527 3298

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Important Dates

 

  • Abstracts close: Monday 14 August 2017
  • Notification to authors: Monday 28 August 2017
  • Author acceptances: Friday 8 September 2017
  • Draft program available: Monday 11 September 2017
  • Presentation amendments: Monday 2 October 2017
  • Presenter registration and payment: Monday 16 October 2017
  • Full papers for peer review: Monday 23 October 2017
  • Full paper for non-peer review: Monday 27 November 2017
  • Earlybird registrations close: Monday 23 October 2017

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