The concurrent program is split into different core topics, so you can choose to attend the sessions which are most exciting or important for you and your role.
Supporting the Unsung Heroes: Exploring Who Helps the Helper and How?
Supporting the Mental Health and Well-being of Members of a Specialised Area of an Australian Law Enforcement Organisation.
Prue Laurence, Converge International.
Standing By and Supporting Our Unsung Heroes.
Jo Langford and Tim De Goey, Standby Support After Suicide.
Strengthening the Resilience of First Responders and Disaster-Prone Communities.
James Maskey, Fortem Australia.
Addressing the Unique Challenges Faced and Opportunities for Frontline Workers and Their Families
How the Un Disaster Risk Equation Can Inform Frontline Workforce Psychosocial Risk Management.
Dr Elisabeth Mclinton, Australian National University.
A Psychosocial Risk Approach – Managing Aggressive/Inappropriate Public Behaviour Towards Frontline Workers.
Heizy Serrels, National Manager – Learning & Wellbeing Culture Centre for Corporate Health.
Building a National Framework for Supporting Bereaved Military, Emergency Services & their Families After Suicide.
Dr Henry Bowen, Military And Emergency Services Health Australia.
Revolutionising Frontline Mental Health: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Treatment
Leveraging Best Practice Research to Support a Better Model of Care With Tangible Outcomes.
Riley Bartholomew, Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation.
Fostering Synergy: Breaking Barriers Through Collaborative Engagement.
Samuel Parkhouse and Andrew McGarity, Fire and Rescue NSW and Brett Anderson, Employers Mutual Limited.
Navigating Psychosocial Risks for a Sustainable Return to Work following Psychological Injury.
Kristin Tinker, National Manager, Resilia.
Healthy Workplaces and Environments for Frontline Workers
Don’t Make Decisions About Me Without Me.
Matthew Lamberth, Officer B Speaks.
What Frontline Agencies Can Do to Promote Help-Seeking (and Importantly, What They Shouldn’t) Framework for Mental Wellness.
Dr Aimee Gayed, Black Dog Institute.
Burnout and PTSD in Frontline Workers -Overview of Anecdotal and Research Findings.
Courtney Stace, IPAR Rehabilitation.
Framework of Mental Wellness
An Evidence-based Framework to Guide Frontline Organisations on How to Create Mentally Healthier Workplaces.
Professor Samuel Harvey, Black Dog Institute.
Using Indigenous Healing Practices to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing at NZ Police.
Dr Anna Nelson, New Zealand Police and Reihana Finch, Habit Health.
Shaping the Future: Wellbeing Preparation for Paramedic Students.
Olivia Morgan, Charles Sturt University.
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Dates: 4th & 5th March, 2024
Location: JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort and Spa, QLD.
Investment: $999 + GST-
-Save $220 with the early bird rate now.
- All keynote presentations (in person and recorded)
- All concurrent presentations (in person and recorded)
- Discounted accommodation rates at the venue
- Access to the conference app to connect with delegates
- 5 star conference catering package
- Access to exclusive networking functions
- Complete online access to audio and visual presentations for 30 days post-event
- Printed conference materials
- Over 10 hours towards CPD points
- Your personalised certificate of attendance
- Plus, chances to win great prizes!
Can I register my team?
Yes, there is a team rate for three people on the registration section of the website (which saves your team over $400). For larger teams, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Kevin Wheatley in our team; he can organise the best possible rate for your team.
Is this conference available online?
Yes, you can purchase a virtual ticket if you cannot travel for $449 + GST per person. See the website.
Are there any social events included?
Yes, we have a social program for all delegates, including welcome drinks the night before the conference, a networking function at the end of day one of the conference, a pay-your-own-way delegate dinner the night of day one of the conference and a couple of fun things to be announced soon! For an overview of the program, click here.
The team and I look forward to welcoming you to the Frontline Mental Health Conference.