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In this edition:
- Department of Health Reports
- Independent evaluation of the Head to Health digital mental health gateway
- Literature review of effectiveness of supported digital mental health interventions
- Environmental scan of digital mental health services
- Watch it again webinar: Accreditation to the National Safety and QualityDigital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards
- ReachOut launches new brand
- MindSpot’s Professor Nick Titov wins TheMHS Award
- eMHPrac Podcast Episode 6 – eHub: What We’ve Learned From Two Decades of Digital
- WellMob – ‘Wellbeing Resources to Keep Our Mob Well’
- See the eMHPrac team at these upcoming conferences
- Read the latest dMH research articles
- This month’s featured service: ReachOut
Catch up on the latest dMH reports from the Department of Health
Watch it again webinar: National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards
Missed the webinar on Understanding Accreditation to the National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards? Watch the recorded webinar to hear the panel of experts explain the accreditation process step-by-step and outline supporting resources.
ReachOut launches new brand and campaign to connect more young people to mental health support
MindSpot’s Professor Nick Titov wins TheMHS Award
MindSpot Executive Director Nick Titov has been awarded ‘Exceptional Contribution to Mental Health Service in Australia or New Zealand’ by The Mental Health Services Learning Network (TheMHS) at the 2022 TheMHS Conference.
Digital Mental Health Musings – New episode!
Episode 6 – eHub: What We’ve Learned From Two Decades of Digital
WellMob: ‘Wellbeing Resources to Keep Our Mob Well’
The WellMob website is a digital library of over 250 Indigenous specific social and emotional wellbeing online resources. Check out the latest blog where eMHPrac’s WellMob team has highlighted useful resources that represent an Indigenous perspective and a holistic view of mental health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Catch us at these upcoming conferences
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 Director Heidi Sturk – ‘Utilising Digital Options for Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention’ and Dave Edwards and Sharnie Roberts from the eMHPrac WellMob team – ‘WellMob: Social and Emotional Wellbeing Online Resources for Indigenous Communities’.
Indigenous Allied Health Australia Conference
28 – 30 November 2022, National Convention Centre, Canberra ACT
Presentation, 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’.
STOP Domestic Violence Conference
30 November – 2 December 2022, RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast QLD
Create the Change You Want to See. Join professionals working in all realms of domestic and family violence at the 2022 STOP Domestic Violence Conference.
Visit the eMHPrac team at our trade exhibit.
Australasian Doctors’ Health Conference
1 – 3 December 2022, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide SA
Presentation and Trade Exhibit
The Thriving Doctor: towards harmony, productivity, longevity.
See Dr Jan Orman and Dr Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura from the Black Dog Institute eMHPrac team present ‘Exploring TEN: The Essential Network for Health Professionals’. eMHPrac will also have a trade exhibit.
Fortuna On our reading radar…
Elizabeth C Mason, Ashlee B Grierson, Amanda Sie, Maria J Sharrock, Ian Li, Aileen Z Chen, Jill M Newby, Co-occurring behavioral therapy for insomnia versus internet cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety, Sleep, 2022;, zsac205, https://doi.org/10.1093/sleep/zsac205
Allen, A., Smith, J., Hobbs, M., Loughnan, S., Sharrock, M., Newby, J., … Mahoney, A. (2022). Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder: A randomised controlled trial and outcomes in routine care. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 50(6), 649-655. doi:10.1017/S1352465822000285
This edition’s featured service…
ReachOut offers mental health support and information for young people and parents in Australia. Their website provides self-help information, peer-support, and referral tools to help young people stay well. ReachOut resources are evidence-based and informed by experts for young people and parents.
Who is ReachOut for?
ReachOut is a resource for young people and parents.
How to access ReachOut
Anyone across Australia can access ReachOut via https://au.reachout.com/. There is no cost to use ReachOut.