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165322 - Mental Health, it's not black and white

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Join the team from Nunkuwarrin Yunti for an interactive workshop exploring the three legged “milking stool” and culturally validated screening tools, through simulated consultations, Panel Discussion and exposure to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Social and Emotional Well-being Frameworks.

Relevance to General Practice

An estimated 88% of the Australian population visit their general practice in a year, thereby making it an ideal location for identifying and managing mental health symptoms experienced by patients. 

Providing mental health services in primary healthcare involves diagnosing and treating people with mental disorders; putting in place strategies to prevent mental disorders and ensuring that primary health care workers are able to apply key psycho-social and behavioural science skills, for example, interviewing, counselling and interpersonal skills, in their day to day work in order to improve overall health outcomes in primary healthcare. 

Rates of high or very high psychological distress in the South Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population aged 18 years and over are 2.5 times those of non-Indigenous South Australians aged 18 years and over, 34% compared to 14%.

Learning outcomes
  • Describe your role and responsibilities to your mental health patients within your local mental health service environment
  • List the multiple factors influencing presenting mental health, uptake of referrals to Psychology and other services, and service outcomes.
  • List three culturally validated screening tools
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    165322 - Mental Health, it's not black and white
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    Provider Type
    Education Provider
    Duration
    2 hours
    Start Date
    29-Oct-2019
    CPD
    2 hours
    Price
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    Online
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