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In this edition:
- eMHPrac Partner BDI winner in Australian Business Awards 2022
- New clinical resource from THIS WAY UP – Safety Plan
- Live webinar – Accreditation to the National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards
- eMHPrac Podcast Episode 5 – Spotlight on SMS4dads
- New service launched – SMS4Deadlydads
- Research Participation – Digital inclusion within mental health websites
- WellMob – your ‘1 stop shop’ of Indigenous wellbeing resources
- See the eMHPrac team at these upcoming conferences
- Read the latest dMH research articles
- This month’s featured service: Cancer Mind Care
eMHPrac Partner BDI winner in Australian Business Awards 2022
New clinical resource from THIS WAY UP – Safety Plan
Live Webinar: National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards
Accreditation to the National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards begins on 1 November 2022. Join the webinar on 25 October 2022, 12.00 – 1.00pm AEDT to hear the panel of experts explain the accreditation process step-by-step and outline supporting resources.
Digital Mental Health Musings – New episode!
Episode 5 – Spotlight on SMS4dads
New service launched – SMS4Deadlydads
QUT Research Participation: Digital inclusion within mental health websites
Mental health practitioners and mental health organisations representatives are wanted for a research project exploring digital inclusion and intersectionality of multicultural and multifaith LGBTIQ+ communities within Australian eMental Health.
WellMob: Your 2-stop shop for Indigenous wellbeing resources
Catch us at these upcoming conferences
Indigenous Wellbeing Conference
24 – 25 October 2022, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide SA
2 Presentations, Poster and Trade Exhibit
Empowering First Nations Australian, Māori and Pasifika Community-Led Change in Social and Emotional Wellbeing.
See the eMHPrac WellMob team present ‘WellMob – A Digital Wellbeing Tool for Workforce and Mob’ and the eMHPrac team from Menzies School of Health Research present on ‘Engaging Community with Digital Mental Health Resources’. eMHPrac will also have a trade booth.
Youth Health Conference
7 – 9 November 2022, CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park, Melbourne VIC
Recovery. Resilience. Rights.
See eMHPrac Director Heidi Sturk present on ‘Integrating digital mental health options into routine clinical care of young people’.
Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium
9 – 11 November 2022, Hilton Adelaide, Adelaide SA
Workshop and trade exhibit
Australia’s leading event to improve mental health access and services in regional and remote communities.
Visit the eMHPrac team at our trade exhibit, or sign up for our workshop, lead by eMHPrac director Heidi Sturk and colleague Carol Purtell on ‘Utilising Digital Options for Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention in Rural and Remote Settings.’
SARRAH 14th National Rural and Remote Allied Health Conference
15 – 16 November 2022, Virtual
2 Lightning Presentations
People, Purpose, Passion: Pathways to success.
See two Lightning Presentations from eMHPrac Directory Heidi Sturk – ‘Utilising Digital Options for Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention’ and Dace Edwards and Sharnie Roberts from the eMHPrac WellMob team – ‘WellMob: Social and Emotional Wellbeing Resources for Indigenous Communities.’
Indigenous Allied Health Australia Conference
28 – 30 November 2022, National Convention Centre, Canberra ACT
Presentation and trade exhibit
Past, Present, Future: Transforming Allied Health.
Visit the eMHPrac WellMob team at their trade exhibit, or check out the presentation by the eMHPrac team from Menzies School of Health Research on ‘Innovation in co-designing resources, engaging First Nations communities for wellbeing.’
On Our Reading Radar
Kambeitz-Ilankovic, L., Rzayeva, U., Völkel, L. et al. A systematic review of digital and face-to-face cognitive behavioral therapy for depression. npg Digit. Med. 5, 144 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41746-022-00677-8
Bisby, M., Scott, A. J., Fisher, A., Gandy, M., Hathway, T., Heriseanu, A. I., Karin, E., Cross, S., Staples, L., Titov, N., & Dear, B. F. (2022). The timing and magnitude of symptom improvements during an Internet-delivered transdiagnostic treatment program for anxiety and depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/ccp0000761
This edition’s featured service…
Cancer Mind Care
About Cancer Mind Care
Cancer Mind Care is a self-help online platform providing Australia’s first ‘one-stop-shop’ for tailored mental health support for people with cancer, their support persons, clinicians, and First Nations people.
Cancer Mind Care helps people create a Cancer Mind Plan. Users are guided through interactive steps to get a snapshot of how their mind is tracking and provide tips, ideas and self-help resources to improve and manage their mind and wellbeing.
Who is Cancer Mind Care for?
Cancer Mind Care is designed for support people with cancer to take care of their mental health, as well as their support persons, clinicians, and First Nations people.
How to access Cancer Mind Care
Cancer Mind Care can be accessed at https://cancermindcare.org.au/. There is no cost to use Cancer Mind Care.