Feedback from network members has been overwhelmingly positive about having a regular space to come together with other interested professionals to learn and share about working with older Australians.
MHPN networks help practitioners:
- improve patient outcomes.
- benefit from the experience and knowledge of other practitioners.
- feel connected to practitioners in your local area.
- improve referral pathways.
- become a leader in your professional community.
MHPN older persons mental health networks are currently meeting in or around the below areas
To join any of the networks listed below and be invited to future meetings, you will need to create an MHPN portal account, or log into your account if you already have one. Click on the network name to get started.
NSW - Sydney North Older Persons Mental Health
VIC - Goulburn Valley/Hume Older Persons Mental Health
QLD - Cairns Older Persons Mental Health
QLD - Brisbane North Older Persons Mental Health - Seeking Coordinator*
QLD - Sunshine Coast Older Persons Mental Health - Seeking Coordinator*
SA - Online South Australia Country Older Persons Mental Health
WA - Perth Dementia - Next meeting Thursday, 14 July: Caring for the Carers: Framework, Economics and Outcomes
*Networks marked as ‘Seeking coordinator’ have an existing member base but are actively looking for a practitioner to lead the network. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in being a coordinator, or find out more about what it’s like to be a coordinator on the MHPN website.
Couldn’t find a network near you?
MHPN are currently seeking expressions of interest to coordinate or join special interest networks in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania. You can submit an EOI, or contact email@example.com for more information about how you can start your own MHPN supported interdisciplinary network.