2019 Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium

The 2019 Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium will be held from Monday 28th – Wednesday 30th October at the Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia.

What’s on the 2019 Program?

Keynote Speakers

Invited
Dr Marshall Watson, Clinical Lead, SA Forensic CAMHS Services
Ms Rosemary Wanganeen, Founding CEO & Griefologist,Australian Institute for Loss and Grief
Mr John Brayley, Chief Psychiatrist of South Australia, Office of Chief Psychiatrist
Ms Christine Morgan, Chief Executive Officer, National Mental Health Commission
Mr Chris Burns, Commissioner, SA Mental Health Commission

Topics for the 2019 Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium include

SUICIDE AND SELF HARM PREVENTION
CHILD AND YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
MENTAL HEALTH POLICY
SUPPORTING RURAL AND VERY REMOTE MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS
DIGITAL HEALTH
COMMUNITY EFFECTIVENESS AND INVOLVEMENT
LOW INTENSITY MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER, CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE, AGEING POPULATION, FARMERS
MENTAL HEALTH, AOD AND HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS
SERVICE DESIGN AND ACCESS
CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS

What speakers say about the Symposium

Venue

Adelaide Convention Centre

Accommodation

Accommodation is booked during the registration process.

Holiday Inn Express Adelaide
30 Blyth Street, Adelaide SA 5000