|This is your chance to get in front of the rural mental health sector and have your ideas, work or research seen and heard.|
|Boost your professional presentation skills, build your self-confidence and grow in leadership and influence.|
|Presenting is an excellent opportunity to build your reputation and enhance your professional profile.|
|Contribute to the future direction the rural mental health sector and use your voice and expertise to create change for rural communities Australia.|
|Inspire your peers with your ideas, insights, research, stories and case studies.|
|Your attendance guarantees a personalised certificate to use towards CPD points.|
|As a presenter you will receive the biggest discount to attend the conference, as well as gaining a special discount which you can share with your colleagues, friends and followers.|
If you are passionate about creating change in the way mental health services are presented to our rural communities and you have insights, research, results or future plans to share - please apply to present now.
The conference committee is looking for presenters (and co-presenters) who are ready to passionately share:
Presenters are encouraged to share their powerful experiences that address the conference topics with originality and flare. Co-presenters are welcome to apply.
Applications are now closed.
We've compiled a list of the best tips to make your presentation shine.
Take the stage and present to the audience in a 15 or 25 minute speaking session with 5 minutes for questions.
Keep the attention of attendees via engaging, hands-on learning experience in a 90 minute masterclass.
Panel presentations bring together views from a group of presenters into a discussion of innovative ideas, current topics, and relevant issues. Each panel session will run for 60 minutes and will consist of at least 3 panel members.
Visually showcase your research or services via a printed poster, displayed in the conference exhibition area for the duration of the conference. A dedicated 10 minute poster session is included in the conference program.
|Abstracts close||Friday 19 May 2023|
|Notification to authors||Friday 23 June 2023|
|Acceptances and registrations due||Friday 30 June 2023|
|Program available||Thursday 6 July 2023|
|Scholarships close||Friday 22 September 2023|
|Early bird close||Friday 29 September 2023|
|Conference dates||Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th November, 2023|