A snapshot of Australian Veterans’ Mental Health Research: Important insights for clinical practice

Date produced 03 December 2018

View this webinar to hear two leading researchers present the results of their most current research exploring the prevalence of mental health disorders in Australian veterans and the associated pathways to care, followed by a panel of clinicians identifying what these findings mean for their clinical practice.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Garth's story to be better equipped to:

  • understand the key drivers and outcomes of the Prevalence and Pathways to Care research
  • identify implications, challenges and risks for clinical practice as a result of insights demonstrated by the Prevalence and Pathways to Care research
  • have increased confidence to source and access mental health research about veterans in order to improve clinical efficacy and consumer outcomes.

Panellists

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios. on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.

Pre-recorded presenters 
Prof Alexander McFarlane (SA-based psychiatrist)
Prof David Forbes (Vic-based psychologist)

Panel for live webinar broadcast
Dr Phil Parker (Qld-based GP)
Prof Zachary Steel (NSW-based psychologist) 
Dr Jane Hay (Qld-based psychiatrist)

Facilitator: Prof Mark Creamer (Vic-based clinical psychologist)



Further resources such as panellist biographies, case study, presenter slides and supporting resources are available on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.
Further resources such as panellist biographies, case study, presenter slides and supporting resources are available on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.

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