Rebuilding after flood - checklist for medical practices

The Rural Doctors Foundation has released a new resource to assist with recovery from floods – ‘Rebuilding after flood check list for medical practices.’

CRANAplus to deliver a new suite of mental health resources for frontline health professionals

Federal Regional Health Minister Mark Coulton MP announced last week that CRANAplus has received Commonwealth funding to provide a range of mental health support resources for rural frontline nurses and health professionals in drought and bushfire-affected communities.

Find out more about the resources at, and don’t forget the CRANAplus Bush Support Services‘ 24/7 toll-free support line is always available.

RDN’s Resilience, Recharge and Recovery Program

The Resilience, Recharge and Recovery (RRR) Program is an RDN initiative that aims to strengthen the conversation about mental health and support the wellbeing of remote, rural and regional health professionals in NSW. The RRR Program will provide tools and resources to help health professionals enhance their wellbeing and capability.

Black Dog Institute: COVID-19 resources for health professionals

Black Dog Institute continues to provide great resources to support the mental health and wellbeing of health professionals. Their ‘Coronavirus resources for health professionals’ page provides advice and guidance on a range of topics such as dealing with financial stress and exercise for your mental health.

'How to support a healthcare worker during COVID-19' guide from Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue has put together a list of ways we can support Australia’s healthcare workers as they continue to play a vital role in the COVID-19 pandemic response.

WellMob – social, emotional and cultural wellbeing resources

Developed by eMHPrac in partnership with the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNetWellMob is a new website for frontline health and wellbeing workers, providing one place to find culturally relevant resources to use with their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.  

Are you bogged mate? - a service helping rural men talk about mental health

‘Are you bogged mate?’ aims to boost awareness and start a conversation around the rising issue of depression and suicide rates amongst men in rural areas.

Read about ‘Are you bogged mate?’ on ABC or watch the ABC Landline segment.

Pandemic Kindness Movement from the Agency for Clinical Innovation

Created by clinicians from across Australia, the Pandemic Kindness Movement provides resources to support the wellbeing of the health workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lifeline Tool kit: Getting through bushfires, drought and extreme climate events

Created by Lifeline, the Getting through bushfire, drought and extreme climate events tool kit aims to assist individuals and communities to take care of themselves and those around them.

Life in Mind Australia provides practical and emotional support for bushfire-affected communities

Life in Mind Australia has provided a comprehensive list of resources to support the mental health and wellbeing of individuals in bushfire-affected communities.