Western Australia Branch Autumn Symposium 2023
Mental Health Nursing: Ascending the Mountain - Focusing on Outcomes
The WA Branch Autumn Symposium 2023 will provide ACMHN members and guests an opportunity to showcase innovative practices and research outcomes with particular focus within Western Australia. Presenters are encouraged to present the results of their work, research projects, workforce or clinical improvements. Individuals and teams of individuals do great work, yet we often do not hear about their outcomes.
After years of what feels like continuous uphill challenges, where various external and environmental factors have had profound impacts on workforce and clinical care practices, we are reaching the peak. It is now time to take a break, take in the view of what has changed and survey how those changes have modified our daily lives and practice.
Friday 19 May 2023
9am - 5pm AWST
ANZAC House, Perth CBD
• Provide an opportunity for mental health nurses to discuss the results of their strategies and projects in clinical practice, education, research, workforce and policy development.
• Highlight the results of their work rather than the procedure.
• Describe how the changes in the last few years have impacted and transformed the mental health nursing setting.
• Discuss the positive and negative aftermaths of trials and tribulations and how they were faced.
• Offer recommendations into new, improved, altered work, education and research practices.
• Provide a great opportunity to network and share knowledge while recognising advancements in mental health clinical nursing practice.
• Share models of care, projects, and practices that promote improved outcomes for mental health nurses, the multidisciplinary team, primary health providers, consumers, families, and significant others.
Call for Abstracts Closing Wednesday 22 March 2023
Authors are invited to submit abstracts for:
- Choice of live or pre-recorded oral presentations (20 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion/questions)
- Poster presentations, or
- Workshops (up to 90 minutes)
Content of abstracts
No more than 200 words: not including references or learning objectives
- It is to be informative and reflective of the overall topic of the presentation
- Should include a statement of the aims of the presentation
Please send the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your personal contact details. If it is appropriate, please refer to any relevant academic literature.
We also ask that you include a short biography (maximum of 50 words) for the presenter written in the third person (in addition to abstract word count).
Abstract submission closes: 5pm (AWST) Wednesday 22 March 2023