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United we can close the gap – speaker applications for 2022 IWC closing soon

Presenter applications for the Australia and New Zealand Mental Health Association’s 2022 Indigenous Wellbeing Conference close Friday, 10th June. Don’t miss the opportunity to help better shape assessment, diagnosis, care and management with a holistic approach to physical health, mental health, spiritual needs and social and emotional wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The conference will be held 24-25 October in Adelaide, South Australia. The Conference Committee is seeking presentations of varying styles, including case study examples, emerging research, project or program analysis and learnings, as well as calls for action, relevant to this year’s theme of “Strengthening Our Voice Through Millennia of Wisdom”. In person and virtual presenting opportunities are available, and presenters will be offered a discounted in-person registration rate. Find out more and apply, or register to attend.

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