To attend Health eMinds ECHO, please register:

What is Health eMinds ECHO?

  • a virtual network to share knowledge and experience related to mental health care and services
  • a series of free interactive, case-based education sessions delivered online, bringing together specialist and primary care services
  • a community of practice which helps decrease professional isolation and fosters a supportive network across northern Australia
  • free for any healthcare workers, including allied, community and mental health services (clinical and non-clinical).

Benefits of Health eMinds ECHO

  • A virtual network to share mental health care knowledge & experiences
  • An opportunity to connect with mental health specialists
  • Improve local workforce capacity and delivery of high-quality mental health care
  • Access to mentoring, by peers and subject matter experts
  • Reduce professional isolation and increase job satisfaction
  • Promotes peer support and engagement between primary health services

Monthly sessions include:

10-minute didactic presentation by subject matter expert or panellist

Case study discussion – participant to share a de-identified patient case

Q+A – on the presentation and case study – open to all participants

If you are passionate about improving Mental Health across Northern Australia, we would love to hear from you.

Health eMinds ECHO are looking for Mental Health clinicians and healthcare workers interested in sharing their knowledge and experience. We invite you to become a presenter, join our panel, or share an interesting case or question.  Involvement in the ECHO panel and sessions is a voluntary arrangement.

If you think this might be of interest to you, please email Lisa on healthemindsecho@uq.edu.au