The 12th Biennial Asia Pacific International Mental Health Conference program and pre-conference workshops feature some of the world’s most progressive and influential mental health thought leaders, together with leading-edge thinkers with lived experience and from clinical and rehabilitation services, primary health and human services, research and evaluation, public and social policy sectors.
The program explores the concept of Recovered Futures: People, Practice, Partnership and Policy across the key themes of:
PEOPLE: Building self-managed recovery – transformed lives
PRACTICE: Building evidence – practice, service models, research, outcome measurement
PARTNERSHIPS: Building connections – public, private, community sectors
POLICY: Building hopeful and cost effective mental health and wider human service systems.
See Pre-Conference Workshop Flyer here.
AsPac is widely acknowledged as the region’s most significant mental health forum and has emerged over two decades as a key platform to challenge conventional thinking through inclusive dialogue, debate and cross-cultural learnings.