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Mental health nursing Australia through a pandemic of uncertainty
Inside ACMHN 2022: Mental health nursing Australia through a pandemic of uncertaintyMonday 16 May 2022 The College’s International Mental Health Nursing Conference is rapidly approaching – and what better way to get ourselves excited than to hear from our fantastic orator and keynote speakers? In our Inside ACMHN 2022 series, we let them take the
Inside ACMHN 2022: Mental health nursing Australia through a pandemic of uncertaintyMonday 16 May ...
Mental health nurses' voices to leadThursday 12 May 2022 In this special article celebrating ...
Finding my place in child and youth mental health nursing by Ryan Zeppa-Cohen In ...
The diversity of mental health nursing is enormous - Q&A with Monica Taylor Tuesday ...
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World Mental Health Day
The global COVID-19 pandemic has tested Australians' mental health like never before. Caring for our mental health is now more important than ever, but never before has it been so difficult.
For World Mental Health Day, ACMHN CEO Stephen Jackson tells us how keeping moving keeps him going. This video was generously prepared and edited by Mental Health Australia, for this year's 'Look after your mental health, Australia' campaign.