Meeting

Networking Event - Community Mental Health Services

Join us for the RANZCP Advocacy and Networking night focusing on community mental health services to debate equity and access to mental health care.

Date

13 June 2024

Location

Oaks Hotel
31 Woods Street
Darwin, NT 0800

Delivery

In-person

Join us for the RANZCP Advocacy and Networking night focusing on community mental health services to debate equity and access to mental health care. In the 21st Century, mental health services need to deliver holistic care. This requires reforming the model of care to an integrated, person-centered approach that is based on patient's clinical and social circumstances, with tight coordination across primary, secondary, and tertiary care providers.

Too many people are waiting too long without the help they need, and there is a lack of funding to deliver preventative care. The neglect of community mental health services leads to increased complexity and severity of illness, increased risk of suicidality, greater burden on the health system and economy, and less resilient communities. 

The RANZCP NT Branch advocates for shifting the balance of mental healthcare provision in the NT from hospital-centered (emergency department (ED) and inpatient units) treatment to more community outreach, community-centered and mobile services, with in-reach to hospital when necessary. 

Time: 6pm - 8pm followed by supper in the restaurant.

Dinner: 8pm - 10pm

There is no fee to attend the presentation and drinks.

Dinner pricing

Fellows / Affiliates: $30

Registrars / Associates: $20

Non-members: $50

By registering for this event the RANZCP reserves the right to provide your contact details to Authorities for the purposes of contact tracing and any relevant Government requirements.

Registrations close 5pm on 6 June 2024

Registrations cannot be accepted after this date.

Contact

Please contact Lisa Meredith if you have any questions.

ranzcp.nt@ranzcp.org

02 6229 2800

Terms and conditions

Cancellation policy

Change of mind cancellations must be made in writing and sent to ranzcp.nt@ranzcp.org. We understand the impact COVID-19 may have on travel; therefore, no administration fees will be charged for cancellations made prior to 3 April 2024.

Any cancellations made after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Delegate cancellation - Medical

The health and safety of conference attendees is our highest priority. The RANZCP is mindful of the health risks posed by COVID-19, and the importance of following official medical advice with respect to social distancing, practicing good hygiene and staying at home when unwell. The RANZCP requests that any delegate who is feeling unwell or has cold or flu like symptoms, or who may have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, not attend the conference.

If, on medical grounds, you are unable to attend the conference, you must cancel your attendance in writing by email to ranzcp.nt@ranzcp.org A full refund will be provided; however, you may be asked to provide additional details.

Conference cancellation

The RANZCP is monitoring the latest health advice from both the Department of Health (Australia) and the Northern Territory Government, and we ask that all delegates do the same. If we are required to make any changes or cancellations to our conference due to government restrictions in relation to COVID-19, delegates will be notified by email and will be provided a full refund of their registration fee.

COVID safety

The RANZCP is committed to the health and safety of all members, meeting participants and maintaining a safe system of work for staff. Whilst not mandatory, high-quality face masks and pre-arrival testing (Rapid Antigen Tests) are encouraged to ensure the health and wellbeing of colleagues and staff are maintained. Should you wish to discuss your personal circumstances further, please contact Branch Coordinator at ranzcp.nt@ranzcp.org.

All participants at the conference will be required to comply with the COVID Safety Guidelines and protocols in place with the venue/s and the conference which will be aligned and compliant with all relevant Commonwealth and state government health advice at that time. By registering for this event, the RANZCP reserves the right to provide your contact details to authorities for the purposes of contact tracing and any other relevant government requirements.

Details of the protocols and requirements will be available on the website and all registrants will be bound by these requirements. The RANZCP reserves the right to update the COVID protocols to ensure the health and safety of participants, including but not limited to event entry requirements. Participants may be excluded if they do not comply with the requirements of the COVID Safety Guidelines and protocols.