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Working collaboratively to manage comorbid mental health and methamphetamine use
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts as we discuss comorbid mental health and methamphetamine use.

Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Andrew's story to be better equipped to:

  • recognise clinical effects and harms related to methamphetamine use and co-morbid mental health
  • increase skills and understanding of managing methamphetamine users and improve awareness of evidence based interventions
  • identify strategies to engage specialist services when treating someone using methamphetamine.


This webinar was made possible by funding provided by NSW Ministry of Health. Learn more about NSW Ministry of Health by visiting http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/about/ministry/pages/default.aspx

Panel List

Review the interdisciplinary panel of experts' bios:

  • Associate Professor Adrian Dunlop (Addiction Medicine Specialist, New South Wales)
  • Dr Hester Wilson (General Practitioner, New South Wales)
  • Professor Amanda Baker (NSW based Clinical Psychologist, New South Wales)
  • Dr Grant Sara (Psychiatrist, New South Wales)


  • Dr Catherine Boland (Psychologist, New South Wales)


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