A NSW Rural Doctors Network initiative

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The contributions of rural communities are a foundation of our country’s economy and society. Through good times and bad, they don’t let us down. It's critical that our doctors, GPs, nurses and allied health practitioners take care of themselves so that they can keep our rural communities healthy.

#RuralHealthTogether is an initiative of NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) to provide rural health professionals with self-care support and access to mental health-related information, both for themselves and for their patients.

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Mental Health First Aid Course in Orange

This Mental Health First Aid course teaches adults how to provide initial support to adults who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis.

Date: 1 – 2 August
Time: 9am – 4pm
Price: $220 (excl gst)
Venue: Lifeline Orange

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Clinical Complexities and Self-Care Workshop

We all face challenging conversations in our professional lives. This workshop will help you to have these conversations. It will also provide tips for your self-care and that of your colleagues.

The 17 May is for nurses and allied health and will cover challenging patients, trauma-informed care and self-care. Local teachers are invited to join the trauma-informed care session.

The 18 May is for doctors and will cover challenging patients, supervision and self-care.

You are invited to complimentary drinks and canapes for all delegates on the evening of the first day.

This workshop will be facilitated by Dr Louise Stone and is proudly brought to you by NSW Rural Doctors Network and the Riverina Rural Training Hub.

Date: Friday 17 May and Saturday 18 May
University of Notre Dame School of Medicine
Wagga Wagga

You may be eligible for Health Workforce Scholarship Program funding to attend this training. Find out more.

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