Indigenous Wellbeing Conference
24 - 25 October 2022
Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association
The Indigenous Wellbeing Conference is an annual event hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Association for Mental Health empowering First Nations Australian, Maori, and Pasifika Community-Led Change in Social and Emotional Wellbeing.
This conference aims to provide a holistic approach to social and emotional wellbeing, led by and for First Nations, Maori and Pasifika community members in Australia and New Zealand, bringing together leaders, mental health professionals, and people with lived experience to progress the wellbeing and mental health of their communities.
This year the theme is ‘Strengthening Our Voice Through Millennia of Wisdom’. Attendees will hear presentations of varying styles, including case studies, emerging research, project or program analysis and learning, as well as calls for action.
Catch a presentation on Engaging Community with Digital Mental Health Resources by Michelle Sweet, Robert Mills and Schania Czygan from the AIMhi team at Menzies School of Health Research. You can also see David Edwards speak about WellMob and how it can be used by the workforce and mob.