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Mental Health + Improving Patient Outcomes - IN FOCUS

In this session, presented by Professor Patrick McGorry AO, you will learn:

  • The scope and significance of Mental Health issues in Australia
  • How clinicians can identify key signs and symptoms in patients
  • Strategies for improving mental health and patient outcomes


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Cancellation Policy:

Period of notice: 

7 days notice prior to the event Chiropractic Australia will provide a full refund less a 25% administration fee should you need to cancel your registration

6 days or less, there will be no refund, however, Chiropractic Australia will gladly transfer your booking into another name. 

 

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

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He is President of the International Association for Youth Mental Health, Past-President of the Schizophrenia International Research Society, Past-president of the Society for Mental Health Research, and was Founding President and is now Treasurer of the IEPA: Early Intervention in Mental Health. He is also a Founding Board Member of Australians for Mental Health.

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National Seminar Series - Part 1 - In Focus with Prof Patrick McGorry AO


 

Event Program


02:00 PM

- 02:05 PM

Opening (Part 1, 30th October 2021)

Welcome and Opening

Dr Stanley Innes, Board Member Dr Stanley Innes



02:05 PM

- 03:05 PM

Keynote Address

Pat is a psychiatrist known world-wide for his development and scaling up of early intervention and youth mental health services and for mental health innovation, advocacy and reform. Pat will talk in detail on mental health and provide tips on how clinicians can identify if a patient is showing symptoms and the next steps.

Prof Patrick McGorry AO



03:05 PM

- 04:00 PM

Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions



04:00 PM

- 04:10 PM

Break

Break



04:10 PM

- 04:55 PM

Panel Session

Summary of breakout sessions



04:55 PM

- 05:00 PM

Summary and Close (Part 1, 30th October 2021)

Summary and Close

Dr Dale Comrie, President, Chiropractic Australia



  Saturday, 30 October 2021
  02:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  On-Line

CPD 3 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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He is executive director of Orygen, Professor of Youth Mental Health at the University of Melbourne, and founding editor of the journal “Early Intervention in Psychiatry”. He led the advocacy which resulted in the establishment by the Australian government in 2005 of the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, which in 2006 became Headspace, and he remains a founding board member of that organisation. 

Professor McGorry has published over 980 publications, with 47,266 citations and a “h” index of 112 (Scopus). He has played a key advocacy and advisory role to government and health system reform in Australia and in many parts of the world.

He is President of the International Association for Youth Mental Health, Past-President of the Schizophrenia International Research Society, Past-president of the Society for Mental Health Research, and was Founding President and is now Treasurer of the IEPA: Early Intervention in Mental Health. He is also a Founding Board Member of Australians for Mental Health.

In 2010 Professor McGorry was selected as Australian of the Year and became an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO). In 2013 he received the Annual Research Award from the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill in Washington DC, and in 2015 was awarded the Lieber Prize for Schizophrenia Research by the US-based Brain and Behaviour Foundation. In 2016 he became the first psychiatrist to be elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. In 2018 he received the Schizophrenia International Research Society Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2019 the Humanitarian Award of the Society of Biological Psychiatry and the NHMRC Research Excellence Award.

Other roles include Treasurer and Member of the Committee of Management of the Celtic Club, a National Patron of the Justice Reform Initiative, Member of the National Committee of the Australian Republican Movement and Board Member of Ausflag.

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After relocating to Australia, he commenced work in 1995 as an associate at the Heidelberg Chiropractic Clinic and took over as principal in 2000. Dr Comrie’s practice focuses on general chiropractic practice and his methodology comprises incorporating evidence-based practice with low tech rehabilitation. A founding Board member, Dr Comie is the President of Chiropractic Australia. He has previously held positions as Secretary and President of the Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australasia after joining the Board in 1997. In 2018 he was awarded Life Membership for his significant contribution to both organisations.

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