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 eMHPrac teams at the Menzies School of Health Research, Queensland University of Technology and the University Centre for Rural Health (UCRH) are providing specific e-mental health training and support to Service Providers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Northern Territory, Far North Queensland and Northern Rivers New South Wales.
The eMHPrac team is providing a range of e-mental health training opportunities including face-to-face workshops and other support progrms. The e-mental health training will introduce workers to new e-mental health resources and demonstrate how these tools and technologies can be integrated into their practice.
For details on the Northern Territory, Northern NSW and Far North Queensland eMHPrac training, please see the eMHPrac Event calendar.
Ms Stef Puszka
Wellbeing & Preventable Chronic Diseases Division
Menzies School of Health Research
Phone: 08 8946 8422
Queensland University of Technology
Dr Angela White
eMHPrac Project Co-ordinator
Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
Queensland University of Technology
Ph. 07 31380054
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.
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
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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.
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A quick guide to digital mental health resources available for use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
This project information sheet provides information about the R U Appy Project's goals and activities planned for 2016/17.
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This 5 module course will provide the information and skills necessary for you to confidently use e-MH resources in your clinical practice.
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This stand-alone module is designed for general health service providers including general practice nurses, peer & community support workers.
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