Frontline Mental Health Conference

Conference / Summit (onsite & online)
Mental Health, Psychiatry & Psychology Emergency Management

Address: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Center, 2684-2690 Gold Coast Hwy, Broadbeach QLD Australia
Date: 15 to 16 Mar '21
Special Offer: Use code IE15 to save $100 on virtual registration or code IE10 to save $192.50 on in-person registration!
CPD/CME/CEU: Hours towards CPD points

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2021: LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY

From natural disasters through to ongoing pandemic control, our frontline workers have been experiencing levels of stress, anxiety, and burnout unlike ever before.

Knowing how to effectively acknowledge, recognise and respond to these pressures is essential.

The 2021 Frontline Mental Health Conference is designed to explore specialist advice and care for frontline workers and first responders throughout all stages of training, service, and retirement.

Learn techniques to care for yourself and your colleagues while gaining the tools you need to support and be supported through the transition into civilian life.

REAL EXPERIENCES, CHALLENGES & SOLUTIONS

Hear case studies, lived experience, research and insight from experienced professionals from various emergency service agencies. Gain tools, tips and techniques to support the mental health and wellbeing of our frontline workers.

IT’S TIME TO PUT YOURSELF FIRST

Find out how to seek help, manage your mental health and support colleagues in need.

By breaking the stigma in seeking help, you can create great change for yourself, your loved ones and fellow frontline workers.


E-DELEGATE GOLD PASS
ATTEND ALL 8 CONFERENCES VIRTUALLY AND SAVE $1,200!

The ANZMHA's E-Delegate Gold Pass is back this year, giving you virtual access to 8 of their 2021 Mental Health Conferences. This Gold Pass also provides you with exclusive access to all presentations in the resource centres for up to 3 months following the events.

Events include:


Normally $2,093+GST, but if you register with our unique code IE10, you will get this offer for $999+GST, saving you a flat rate of over $1,200 on your registration.

Register for the E-Delegate Gold Pass here


Industry Events is in alliance with the ANZMHA

Frontline Mental Health Conference Discounted Rate

Save $192.50 and pay $832.50 on in-person registration – Use code IE10
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Save $100 and pay $299 on your virtual registration – Use code IE15  https://astmanagement.eventsair.com/fmh21/e-delegate-registration-st/Site/Register

*Please note:-  these offers are only available for new registrations only. No refunds will be given to obtain this deal.

DAY ONE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Inside Out, Upside Down View of Workplace Stress
  • Driving Meaningful Change (Management)
  • Beyond PTSD: The experience of organisational trauma
  • COVID
  • Emergency Department Mental Health
  • Effectiveness of Mental Health First Aid for First Responder Volunteers
  • Living your Best Life (workshop)
  • Intervening Early and Preventing PTSD in Frontline Workers (workshop)
  • Mentally Healthy Workforce
  • Paving the Way for PTSD Treatment in Police Officers
  • Suicide Among Australian Military, Emergency and Protective Services Workers
  • Mind-body Exercise Interventions that Prevent the Development of PTSD

DAY TWO HIGHLIGHTS

  • Evidence-Based Responses Following Trauma; Reducing Mental Health Effects on Survivors, Their Families and Communities
  • Lived Experience
  • Mobile Phone Technology Providing Early Intervention Peer to Peer Support
  • Connection and Presence: the Joy–pain Continuum in Frontline Work (workshop)
  • Neural Resilience - Advancing Despite Adversity: From Neuro-research to Practice (workshop)
  • Institution, Leadership & Culture-Towards Better Health & Wellbeing in Policing
  • Reflection and Cross Examination of 2020/2021 Events for Frontline Workers

Learn techniques to care for yourself and your colleagues while gaining the tools you need to support and be supported through the transition into civilian life.

✓ Defence Force Workers
✓ Psychologists & Psychiatrists Specialising in PSTD, Trauma & Recovery
✓ Ambulance Officers & Paramedics
✓ Fire & Emergency Service Workers
✓ Local & National Police Representatives
✓ Social Care Professionals


IN-PERSON ATTENDEE
Inclusions

  • Attendance to the full two-day conference program
  • Welcome reception
  • Conference exhibition access
  • Presenter video recordings of each conference presentation
  • PowerPoint slides of each conference presentation
  • Morning tea
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon tea
  • Conference handbook
  • Access to the exclusive conference app
  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance

E-DELEGATE ATTENDEE
Inclusions

  • Live streaming of all keynote presenters
  • Live streaming of all plenary sessions over the two day conference period
  • Complete online access to audio and visual presentations for 30 days
  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Access to all audio and visual presentations will be made available 72 hours after the conference has taken place, and will expire 30 days after access has been granted. Options to extend access will also be made available after 30 days.

  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance

DAY ONE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Inside Out, Upside Down View of Workplace Stress
  • Driving Meaningful Change (Management)
  • Beyond PTSD: The experience of organisational trauma
  • COVID
  • Emergency Department Mental Health
  • Effectiveness of Mental Health First Aid for First Responder Volunteers
  • Living your Best Life (workshop)
  • Intervening Early and Preventing PTSD in Frontline Workers (workshop)
  • Mentally Healthy Workforce
  • Paving the Way for PTSD Treatment in Police Officers
  • Suicide Among Australian Military, Emergency and Protective Services Workers
  • Mind-body Exercise Interventions that Prevent the Development of PTSD

DAY TWO HIGHLIGHTS

  • Evidence-Based Responses Following Trauma; Reducing Mental Health Effects on Survivors, Their Families and Communities
  • Lived Experience
  • Mobile Phone Technology Providing Early Intervention Peer to Peer Support
  • Connection and Presence: the Joy–pain Continuum in Frontline Work (workshop)
  • Neural Resilience - Advancing Despite Adversity: From Neuro-research to Practice (workshop)
  • Institution, Leadership & Culture-Towards Better Health & Wellbeing in Policing
  • Reflection and Cross Examination of 2020/2021 Events for Frontline Workers

Learn techniques to care for yourself and your colleagues while gaining the tools you need to support and be supported through the transition into civilian life.

✓ Defence Force Workers
✓ Psychologists & Psychiatrists Specialising in PSTD, Trauma & Recovery
✓ Ambulance Officers & Paramedics
✓ Fire & Emergency Service Workers
✓ Local & National Police Representatives
✓ Social Care Professionals


IN-PERSON ATTENDEE
Inclusions

  • Attendance to the full two-day conference program
  • Welcome reception
  • Conference exhibition access
  • Presenter video recordings of each conference presentation
  • PowerPoint slides of each conference presentation
  • Morning tea
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon tea
  • Conference handbook
  • Access to the exclusive conference app
  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance

E-DELEGATE ATTENDEE
Inclusions

  • Live streaming of all keynote presenters
  • Live streaming of all plenary sessions over the two day conference period
  • Complete online access to audio and visual presentations for 30 days
  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Access to all audio and visual presentations will be made available 72 hours after the conference has taken place, and will expire 30 days after access has been granted. Options to extend access will also be made available after 30 days.

  • Hours towards CPD points
  • Certificate of attendance

Assistant Commissioner Joanne Greenfield

Emergency Management and Community Capability Queensland Fire and Emergency Services

Associate Professor Sam Harvey

Chief Psychiatrist
Black Dog Institute

Brigadier Craig Schramm CSC

Director General Garrison Health,
Director General Army Health Services Joint Health Command

Dr Alexandra West

BBSc, BLitt (Crim), Postgrad Dip Psych, Masters/PhD (Clinical) Associate MAPS

Dr Stephen Parnis

MBBS DipSurgAnat FACEM FAICD FAMA

Ian Snape

CEO, Frontline Mind

Major Danielle Bell

Senior Psychologist & Officer in Charge, 1st Psychology Unit – Brisbane Detachment,
Department of Defence

Ms Alexandra Howard

Director, Disaster and Public Health Emergencies
Phoenix Australia Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health

Shane Fitzsimmons AFSM

Commissioner of Resilience NSW

Assistant Commissioner Joanne Greenfield

Emergency Management and Community Capability Queensland Fire and Emergency Services

Associate Professor Sam Harvey

Chief Psychiatrist
Black Dog Institute

Brigadier Craig Schramm CSC

Director General Garrison Health,
Director General Army Health Services Joint Health Command

Dr Alexandra West

BBSc, BLitt (Crim), Postgrad Dip Psych, Masters/PhD (Clinical) Associate MAPS

Dr Stephen Parnis

MBBS DipSurgAnat FACEM FAICD FAMA

Ian Snape

CEO, Frontline Mind

Major Danielle Bell

Senior Psychologist & Officer in Charge, 1st Psychology Unit – Brisbane Detachment,
Department of Defence

Ms Alexandra Howard

Director, Disaster and Public Health Emergencies
Phoenix Australia Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health

Shane Fitzsimmons AFSM

Commissioner of Resilience NSW

Venue

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Center

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Organizer

Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association

Venue

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Center

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Organizer

Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association

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