Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the ACMHN. In this space, you will find our latest press releases and stories. If you are a member, you can also find the latest updates from the CEO and the Board here.
OpEd by Commissioner Catherine Lourey - Mental Health Commission of New South Wales
Nursing Review interviews ACMHN Vice-President, Professor John Hurley
Nursing Review interviews ACMHN Vice-President, Professor John HurleyTuesday 23 May 2023 Health Editor, Elise Hartevelt interviewed ACMHN Vice-President, Professor John Hurley in a recent podcast about the public view on mental health nursing and how this impacts workforce recruitment. Find the Nursing Review podcast here: Stigma hinders student nurses from mental health careers: podcast.
Nursing Review interviews ACMHN Vice-President, Professor John HurleyTuesday 23 May 2023 Health Editor, Elise ...
Supporting people during the up’s and down’s of their mental health by Michael Smith ...
No other career by Tessa Moriarty In this series, ACMHN members talk about their ...
Nursing Review interviews ACMHN President, Professor Michael Hazelton Friday 31 March 2023 Health Editor, Elise ...
ACMHN welcomes support for Nurse Practitioners in the Federal BudgetWednesday 10 May
Minister Shorten values mental health nurse "warriors" Tuesday 18 April 2023 Addressing
Concerns raised regarding substandard mental health content in Australian nursing programs.Thursday 23
Mental health nurse psychotherapists are excluded from providing subsidised psychotherapy services.Tuesday 28
Mental Health Nurses Day goes international! Tuesday 21 February 2023 “In a
Mental health nurses can help deliver the required world-class health care in
Gaining Federal recognitionWednesday 5 April 2023 The process of separation of office spaces and common equipment between Mental Health Australia and Australian
Moving quicklyWednesday 22 March 2023 The year has started at a blistering pace with the traction on key projects and activities instilling
Engagement, engagement, and a bit more engagementWednesday 8 March 2023 A key function of the College is to be representative across many
Lingering Summer DaysWednesday 22 February 2023 With wonderful sunshine brightening spirits and a lingering summer, ACMHN is taking the opportunity to make
Exciting timesWednesday 8 February 2023 We were well represented at recent, Better Access discussions by our President, Professor Michael Hazelton, who advocated
Hitting the ground running in 2023Wednesday 25 January 2023 Happy New Year for 2023 and Happy New Year to some of our
Board update & minutes
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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.