Emergency Service workers may attend a scene where a parent has been identified as requiring mental health care. In these cases you play an important role in supporting not only that person, but their children.
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'Parental mental illness is a family matter’ was the theme of the Australian open access general medical journal sponsored by COPMI in 2012.
'Gateways to Evidence that MatterS' (GEMS) are short COPMI papers designed to synthesise evidence-based research for professionals.
See a list of mental health conferences and events, including training in Australia and Internationally.
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