About Interdisciplinary Practitioner Networks
Funded by the Federal Government, MHPN’s National Networks Program aims to support practitioners from a range of disciplines to work together better, with the ultimate aim of improving collaborative care practices to achieve better outcomes for consumers.
It does this by setting up and supporting interdisciplinary mental health practitioner networks throughout metropolitan, regional, rural and remote Australia. Networks meet regularly and provide high-quality, free professional development, peer support and networking opportunities to their members.
There are currently more than 350 MHPN Networks that meet in-person and online all over Australia. There is no cost to join a network. Find your nearest network or browse all upcoming meetings.