BECOME A PRESENTER

Share your insight on mental health treatment, techniques and support.

– Discuss case-studies outlining the mental health challenges and opportunities faced by our frontline workers

– Recount your personal experience in mental health within frontline and first responder services

– Advocate for improved mental health services and support for frontline workers

– Provide practical solutions and tools for attendees to make a difference

1. CHOOSE A PRESENTATION TYPE

Take the stage and present to the audience in a 20 or 30 minute speaking session.

Be part of a discussion amongst a panel of 3+ fellow industry professionals.

Visually showcase your research or services.

Keep the attention of attendees on a dedicated workshop day with an engaging, hands-on learning experience.

Share short, sharp bursts of information in an interactive, round table setting.

2. CHOOSE A TOPIC

Implementing organisational strategies at ground level

Building and sustaining a positive cultural environment

Culture challenges & solutions

Stress & bullying solutions

Building resilience: what does it look like and how do we get there?

Treatment of PTSD, depression & anxiety

Challenges and solutions to self-stigmatisation

Suicide prevention

Wellbeing initiatives to support good mental health

Maintaining wellness during service

Supporting identity during different transitional stages into civilian life

Case studies using applied data and research

Benchmarking and measuring organisational wellness

De-stigmatisation of mental illness within the community

Support strategies for families and carers

Dual education and service programs – how do we make this work for all involved?

3. PREPARE & SUBMIT

Your Presentation Overview

(up to 300 words)

 

A Short Biography

(up to 100 words)

 

3 Key Learning Points From Your Presentation

FEATURE IN THE 2020 PROGRAM

Submissions due by Wednesday 15 July 2020

Successful applicants will qualify for discounted registration rates.

Authors or organisations are invited to submit a presentation overview of no more than 300 words. All presentations will be reviewed by the program committee. Successful presentations will be selected based on their relevance to the conference topics and suitability to the conference program.

All successful authors and organisations are required to accept or decline their position before purchasing their registration.