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30 October - National Symposium on Miners' Mental Health and Wellbeing

 

Event Description

A study conducted in 2018 suggests that psychological distress is more prevalent in the mining workforce, than in the overall Australian Population (Bowers, 2018). Taking this into consideration, in Western Australia we have decided to host a ‘National Symposium on Miners’ Mental Health.’ 

This conference aims to discuss the issues Miners’ face, particularly in relation to their mental health, what services are available when they require assistance, what can be done to better these services and in general, what they require as a community. This conference will be an excellent avenue to raise concerns and bring to the attention of many key figures including heads of mining associations in WA, members of parliament, mental health officials etc. what is required for Miners’ who are such an important asset to the fabric of Australia.  


Registration

Entry is free for this event, however no donation amount is too small.

To secure a spot, please register via this Trybooking link: https://www.trybooking.com/608071


Sponsorship

Sponsoring this event offers many rewards but probably the greatest benefit for your organisation is the opportunity to open itself to a wider audience, networking with Miners, Mining Unions, Federal, State and Local Government representatives and Mental Health Foundation Australia Board members. We will be extensively promoting this event during the lead up to Mental Health Month. This includes advertisements on the MHFA website, MHFA social media, newsletters and other forms of print media.

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Donation

The Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) relies heavily on the generosity of the general community to deliver the services and advocacy needed in the community. Your donation can make a massive difference and will assist us to reduce the rising rates of mental illness and suicide across Australia and help to further educate the community regarding preventative measures and professional areas of support.

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Contact Us

For enquires related to this event, please contact us via email: aneka.srinivasan@mhfa.org.au or call us at 1300 643 287

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