Free webinar - Reducing the risk of stillbirth
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Our team has curated a list of external resources which provide additional mental health support
Support and Counselling for Health Professionals
The Bush Support Line is a free and confidential telephone counselling service for rural and remote area health professionals and their families.
Phone: 1800 805 391
Phone: 1300 22 4636
Hotline: 1800 022 222
Phone: 13 11 14
Phone: 1300 78 99 78
Nurse & Midwife Support
24/7 Support for nurses and midwives is only a phone call or a click away
Phone: 1800 667 877
Suicide Call Back Service
Phone: 1300 659 467
Self-care for Health Professionals
NSW Rural Doctors Network
#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.
Resources and Training for Rural Health Professionals
e‑Mental Health in Practice is a suite of online training modules, webinars and e‑resources designed to introduce health professionals to online programs and tools, and to demonstrate how e‑mental health technologies can be integrated into primary care.
Primary Health Network
Check your local PHN website for links to local bushfire, drought or disaster management services.
Phoenix Australia Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health
Phoenix provides a range of resources, online training, and treatment guidelines for health practitioners. You may be interested in their bushfire mental health resources.