Falling Through the Cracks: Providing continuity of care for people at risk of suicide
People at risk of suicide often require support across a range of settings and services as they seek care that is meaningful, compassionate and recovery oriented. Despite the intention to provide a seamless continuity across all phases of care, the reality remains that at times people still find themselves ‘falling through the cracks’ placing their safety in jeopardy.
The Hunter Alliance and Black Dog Institute invite professionals to join a panel of researchers, clinicians and lived experience representatives to discuss some of the identified obstacles to continuity of care spanning across the context of primary care through to acute treatment settings in both the public and private sector, and explore some of the promising new approaches to addressing these in our local region.
This forum is suitable for GPs, psychologists, allied health, and other mental health professionals and is free to attend.
Wednesday, 10th May 2017
6:00 - 7:30pm
Mental Health Lecture Theatre
Level 4, Mental Health Admin Building,
Calvary Mater Hospital
Edith St & Platt St Waratah, NSW 2298
To reserve your seat, please register your details via the link below.
For more information, please contact LifeSpan Newcastle Coordinator Tegan Cotterill.