Meetings/Workshops on Psychiatry in Australia

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WA Mental Health Conference and Awards 2017
13 Jul 2017 - 14 Jul 2017 • Perth, Australia
Abstract:
The Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH), with the support of the WA Mental Health Commission (MHC), will host the WA Mental Health Conference and Awards 2017 at the Perth Concert Hall in Perth on 13-14 July 2017. The inaugural WA Mental Health Conference was held on 10-11 March 2016 at Fraser's in Kings Park. Attendance greatly exceeded projections, welcoming 480 core delegates, more than 1000 event patrons, 100 speakers, 250 staff, volunteers and service providers and 50 people with lived experience who attended with the help of a subsidy.
Contact:
Phone: [0862463000];     Email: conference@waamh.org.au
Topics:
Theme - 'Integrated Lives', Stream 'Emerging Practices', Stream 'Dignity and Diversity', Stream 'Wangkiny Danjoo Kwop Wiirrin (Working together in good spirit)'.
Event listing ID:
908038
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#NSPC17 — National Suicide Prevention Conference
26 Jul 2017 - 29 Jul 2017 • Brisbane, Australia
Abstract:
Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) presents the annual National Suicide Prevention Conference to benefit those who are working in, and supported by, suicide prevention programs. Attracting over 400 delegates, the conference is recognised by governments, sector leaders and people with lived experience as an important vehicle for ensuring that those with responsibility for delivering services, are able to provide the best available support to those who are vulnerable, at-risk and/or disenfranchised in a timely and effective manner.
Contact:
Michelle Bye;     Phone: [03 9863 7606];     Email: michelle.bye@encanta.com.au
Topics:
Aims of the Conference • Increase sector commitment to participate in a collaborative approach to suicide prevention • Enhance community participation in suicide prevention activities • Facilitate the continuation and development of quality suicide prevention initiatives Key Elements of the Conference • Plenary sessions showcasing the best work from around the globe and in Australia. • Recognising the importance of the voice of lived experience, the Program will have strong representation from people with a lived experience of suicide. • Abstract presentations highlighting the intersection of Research, Policy, Practice and Lived Experience. • LiFE Awards ceremony • In-depth workshops alongside the conference • Members’ forum
Event listing ID:
913861
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National Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Conference 2017
18 Oct 2017 - 19 Oct 2017 • Perth, Australia
Abstract:
The National Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) conference draws on a strong history of successful national events around Australia, and October 2017 marks the inaugural Western Australian event. We expect to attract delegates from every corner of Australia to this landmark event, and represent a significant step forward for the advancement of knowledge, awareness and services for this complex mental illness. The 2017 conference is being organised as a partnership between the Australian BPD Foundation and the WA Association for Mental Health.
Contact:
Hannah Harbinson;     Phone: [0862463000];     Email: hharbinson@waamh.org.au
Topics:
Treatment, Scientific Research, Therapeutic Innovation
Event listing ID:
908059
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