Reducing the mental health impact of Indigenous incarceration on people, communities and services
Join our interdisciplinary panel as we explore a collaborative approach to reducing the mental health impact of Indigenous incarceration on people, communities and services.
The webinar format will include a facilitated question and answer session between panel members exploring key issues and impacts of incarceration on individuals, families and communities. The panel will discuss strategies to enhance cultural awareness and develop responsive services for Indigenous communities affected by incarceration. Strategies to increase self-esteem and enhance emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing of individuals will also be explored.
When: Wednesday 13th September, 2017
Time: 4.30pm - 5.45pm (AEST)
Where: Online - via your computer, tablet or mobile
Read more about our panel.
Through an exploration of incarceration, the webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to:
Before the webinar:
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+ For MHPN to register your participation with the RACGP, please provide your RACGP number.
# For MHPN to register your participation with ACRRM, please provide your ACRRM number.
Developed in consultation with NACCHO and produced by the Mental Health Professionals’ Network a federally funded initiative.