eMHPrac: enhancing the use of online mental health resources in primary care

eMHPrac: enhancing the use of online mental health resources in primary care

eMHPrac (e-Mental Health in Practice) will support the use of e-mental health resources among primary care workers across Australia.

As part of this collaboration the ANU Centre for Mental Health Research will be working with allied health workers, including Medicare psychological service providers (such as psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers) as well as counsellors, community health workers and peer support workers.

Training will include face-to-face workshops, online training modules, an online discussion group and webinars. Throughout the project period there will be surveys on the views and experiences of a wide range of allied health workers and nurses in Australia. To access the first survey on online e-mental health resources, please click here.

For more information about eMHPrac, please contact Andrew Staniforth, eMHPrac Clinical Project Officer, ANU Centre for Mental Health Research, at andrew.staniforth@anu.edu.au.