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Stepped care and eMH in General Practice

Event Details


4 September 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm




Allied Health, General Practice

CPD Allocation:

4 Category 2 RACGP points




Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury


Crowne Plaza, 61 Hawkesbury Valley Way, Windsor

Key Presenter/s:

Presented by Black Dog Institute and Nepean Blue Mountains PHN


Participants will explore 'low intensity' mental health, gaining a better understanding of various evidence-based alternatives to traditional face-to-face psychological services. The development of the stepped care model of mental health will be discussed, as well as advantages of the approach for the patient and mental health system generally.

After this training, participants will be able to:

  • Recognise reliable online resources to help patients with mild to moderate mental ill-health, which can be used in place of, or as an adjunct to, face-to-face care
  • Identify patients that would benefit from online mental health resources
  • Identify the place of eMH resources in stepped care for mental health
  • Identify at least 3 online treatment programs that may be useful for your practice
  • Describe the ways in which you might use online treatment programs in your practice

Suitable for:

GPs, Practice Nurses and Allied Health Professionals in the Nepean Blue Mountains PHN catchment


6.00pm l Registration and light supper

6.30pm l Workshop

8.30pm l Close

Register here

For further information, please contact Black Dog Institute on 02 9382 9512

RSVP date:

31 August 2018


Generously subsidised by Nepean Blue Mountains PHN


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