Understanding first episode psychosis

Date produced 14 November 2016

How can we best support people who have experienced first episode psychosis? View this interdisciplinary panel discussion.

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

  • understand the warning signs, indicators of and prognosis for first episode psychosis
  • be more confident to support young people who have experienced first episode psychosis
  • have increased confidence to work collaboratively in supporting young people who have experienced first episode psychosis. 

 

 

Review the interdisciplinary panel of experts' bios:

  • Dr  Shona Francey  (Clinical Psychologist, Victoria)  
  • Mr Toby Raeburn (Nurse Practitioner/Mental Health Nurse, New South Wales)
  • Dr Grant Sara (Psychiatrist, New South Wales)
  • Dr Morton Rawlin (General Practitioner, Victoria)

Facilitator:

  • Dr Mary Emeleus (General Practitioner, Queensland)
 


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