The eMHPrac Project is an Australian Government initiative to promote the use of e-mental health resources among primary health care service providers across Australia.
The Black Dog Institute (BDI) is providing e-mental health training and support specifically to GPs.
They eMHPrac team will be delivering online training modules, webinars and fact sheets, developed by GP Educators and Online Learning experts. The e-mental health training will introduce GPs to new e-therapies and demonstrate how these tools and technologies can be integrated into primary care.
This slide show provides a brief overview of what the eMHPrac project is about.
eMHPrac is a Commonwealth funded initiative, providing training to GPs in the use of a suite of e-Mental Health intervention programs, apps and services.
The eMHPrac Community is an online community that combines education and knowledge sharing activities for GPs,
Here is a little more information on eMHPrac and what the project is about!
The eMHPrac Resources Guide for Practitioner provides an regularly updated list of Australian e-mental health digital programs and applications
Reference list of published papers and findings supporting e-mental health
This video provides an overview of the some of the exciting evidence based eMental Health resources available online.
A useful guide providing a list of e-mental health programs and resources designed for young people.
This paper outlines a conceptual framework for the use of e-mental health resources in primary health care.
This is a useful fact sheet for GPs on e-mental health.
The e-learning ALM/PRDP comprises 6x1hr online modules addressing what eMH means, evidence supporting its use, who would benefit from eMH and how it could be used.
A flyer with information for GPs about the online learning modules for e-Mental Health provided by Black Dog Institute.
Link to the Black Dog Institute catalogue which outlines the e-learning ALM/PRDP eMHPrac Accredited Online Modules
Link takes user to a webinar menu page with all of Black Dog Institute's webinars for GPs
This guide is a new resource designed by the RACGP to assist GPs in using e-mental health resources with their patients.
A quick and useful guide for GPs in how to integrate e-Mental Health programs into their practice for patients with depression.
A quick and useful guide for GPs in how to integrate e-Mental Health programs into their practice for patients with anxiety.
This video shows how e-Mental Health programs suit so many patients, whether or not they eventually progress to face to face therapy.
This video shows how e-Mental Health programs can help patients learn to manage their own symptoms more effectively.
This video shows how online programs can help some patients to manage their mental health.
This video provides information about how e-Mental Health programs can be used with varying levels of involvement by the GP.
This video provides information on how online treatment programs can be a good option for patients experiencing mild to moderate anxiety.
A wallet card that can be used by GPs to give to patients to record information about online mental health programs.
An information sheet with ten tips to help people undertaking e-Mental Health treatment programs.
A fact sheet for use by GPs with patients with depression.
A fact sheet for use by GPs with patients with anxety.
Dr Jan Orman discusses a range of topics around digital mental health with experts in the field. The first podcasts in the series explore myCompass.
Join Dr Jan Orman as she interviews Prof. Gavin Andrews about what GP's can do to help patients get the best out of online programs.
Join our webinar as we discuss the work that has been undertaken to develop online tools and resources that are potentially helpful in keeping people safe.
Join our webinar on eating disorders as they present to general practice and the ways in which online resources can be incorporated into the care of patients
Join our webinar as we take a close look at the “What Were We Thinking!” resources designed especially to help reduce distress in the perinatal period.
Jessica Staniland, from the Royal Far West organisation, will join us to discuss the ways in which they delivers care to children in rural and remote Australia.
We explore the range of resources suitable for use with indigenous patients and take a close look at MindSpot Clinic’s Indigenous Wellbeing Program.
In this webinar we discuss the place of eMH resources and treatment programs in the new stepped care model for mental health in Australia.
In this Clinical Case Study webinar, we will briefly review what constitutes eMH and the reliable resources available for GPs to use.
In this Clinical Case Study webinar, we briefly review what constitutes eMH and the reliable resources available for GPs to use.
In this Clinical Case Study webinar, we will begin with a very brief review of what constitutes eMH and the reliable resources available for GPs to use.
In this Clinical Case Study webinar, we will begin with a very brief review of what constitutes e-Mental Health (eMH).
Program experts from Mental Health Online talk about how online programs can be used in conjunction with face to face therapy in treat generalized anxiety.
GPs will learn how e-Couch and other e-Mental Health programs can be incorporated into the general practice environment.
GPs will learn how Mindspot's e-Mental Health programs can be incorporated into the general practice environment.
This webinar explores online programs suitable for a teenager with a developing mood disorder.
This webinar explores the role that e-mental health programs can play in the lives of doctors and how they can be used in our own self care.
A case example is used to help explore the range of reliable Australian online resources available to help build resilience in young people
In this webinar, On-Track - an e-Mental Health program focused on the assessment and treatment of depression and risky levels of drinking, will be discussed.
Based on a number of clinical case studies, Managing Anxiety Online, e-Mental Health programs with a specific focus on anxiety, will be explored.