2M proud to support 4th WA Transcultural Mental Health and Refugee Health Conference 2013

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On behalf of the Transcultural Mental Health and Refugee Health Conference Organising Committee, the Organising Committee invites you to join them at the 4th Transcultural Mental Health and 2nd Refugee Health Conference in Perth, Western Australia from 31 October to 1 November 2013.

Flourishing in a New Land, a Diversity of Opportunities and Choices

Practice-based evidence and not evidence-based practice must be the catchcry echoed across the sector. Conference theme is Flourishing in a New Land, a Diversity of Opportunities and Choices and in that spirit it will highlight and promote pathways that have led, and those that are yet to be forged, to ensure that resettlement in Australia will equate to a flourishing of health and well-being.

Translations and access to information for LOTE speakers

Translations and access to information for LOTE speakers is of crucial importance here and the 2M Team is making sure that the message gets across when communicating with multicultural Australia and CALD communities. We have a duty of care to the most vulnerable ones in our society and facilitating communication with those must be a high priority. 2M is proud to support this important conference.

Standard Registration Extended!

They have now extended the Standard Registration deadline so if you haven’t done so yet, register now and save $200. To secure the standard registration rate register by 5.00pm (WA time) on Wednesday 23 October. Click here to register now. Registrations can be made onsite at the conference at the late registration price.

Great Line Up of Keynote Speakers

The program is varied and interesting and the Updated Closing Panel theme “A new political and economic landscape – where to now for clients and services?” looks promising.

Join in the closing session as facilitator Tim Rolfe engages keynote speakers Dr Annie Sparrow, Dr Frederic Bemak, Prof Harry Minas, Dr Nathan Gibson and Akram Azimi in this very topical issue that will explore the best ways to move forward in this uncertain time.