22nd – 24th May, 2024 / Gold Coast – Qld
Presenting at MHomentum
Share your work at MHomentum
Why present at MHomentum?
- Share your expertise and knowledge with the wider, international mental health community.
- Have your voice at the front of the conversations shaping the future of the international mental health sector.
- Inspire your peers with your ideas, insights, research, stories and case studies.
- Build your reputation and enhance your professional profile.
- Build your self-confidence and grow in leadership and influence.
What we’ll cover at MHomentum 24
Embodying Transformation: Industry Leaders and Personal Wellbeing Integrity
- Navigating Stakeholder Expectations, Self-Care and Authentic Influence
- Practicing what we Preach: Living our values for Personal Wellbeing
- Personal Transformation: Cultivating Mind-Body Integration, Mindfulness and Self-Discovery
- Fostering Effective Transdisciplinary Practice: Overcoming Challenges, Maximising Benefits, and Leading Cross-disciplinary Teams
Beyond Symptoms: Embracing Lived Experience and the Journey to Recovery
- Embracing Holistic Care: Contextual Assessment and Mind-Body Healing Connections
- Amplifying People: Educating, Engaging and Collaboratively Planning for Optimal Treatment Outcomes
- Beyond resilience: Acknowledging Socio-economic Impacts and Supporting Post Traumatic Growth
- Cultivating Lived Experience Leadership: Transitioning from Personal Journey to Professional Expertise
Breaking Silos: Developing Leadership and Strategic Collaboration in Mental Health
- Leadership Development, Education and Training
- Fostering Collaborative Research and Data for practical application
- Driving Integrated Care and Real-Life Collaborative Achievements
International Case Studies; Global Collaborations and Service Integration
- Successful Partnerships for better outcomes
- Evaluating the Efficacy of Mental Health Initiatives: Strategies and Insights for Assessing Program Impact
Innovation Processes: Building Collaboration within Complex Systems through Design Thinking
- Fostering Innovative Services through Public-Private Collaborations in Funding
- Transformative Trends in Digital Therapeutics, Telehealth Innovations and AI-Powered Support
- Neuroscience and Mental Health Innovations
- Innovated Advancements in Early Intervention, Prevention and Innovative Methods of Practice
- Community-Based Innovations: Grassroots Solutions for Wellness
- Ethical Considerations and Evidence Building in Mental Health Innovation
Cultivating Cultural Strength
- Cultural Resilience and Mental Wellness: Indigenous Insights from Land, Spirituality and Storytelling
- Community/Family/Whānau Led Cultural Mental Health Initiatives and Strategies
- Indigenous Youth Empowerment and Mental Health Advocacy
- Lessons and Insights from Cultures across the Globe
CALD, LGBTQIA+, Disability and marginalised communities
- Promoting Inclusive Mental Health: Amplifying CALD, LGBTQIA+ and People Living with Disabilities
- Intersectionality and Mental Health: Understanding Overlapping Identities and Challenges
- Striving for Equity: Community-Led Support and Education
Connecting Hearts and Minds: Harnessing Peer-to-Peer Networks and Youth Led Peer Support
- Unleashing the Power of Shared Experience
- Peer and Lived Experience Led innovations, initiatives, services and acute alternatives
- Youth-Led Advocacy for Inclusivity and Change
- Measuring the Ripple Effect: Assessing the Long-Term Impact of Peer-to-Peer Support
- Creativity and Expression for Youth and Peer Support: Art, Music and Writing as Healing Practices
The Media's and Social Media’s Role for Change in the Digital Age
- Media and Social Media’s Portrayals of Mental Health: Unpacking Stereotypes and Myths
- Social Media Communities and Peer Connection for Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination and Promoting Positive Messaging
- Media as Partners not enemies - Responsible Media Engagement for Policy Change and Ethical Reporting
- Edu-tainment, the power of utilising the Arts as a vehicle for societal behaviour, and Mental Health system change
Take to the stage and present to the audience in a 15 or 25 minutes speaking session with 5 minutes for questions.
Keep the attention of attendees via engaging, hands-on learning experience in a 60 minute masterclass.
Panel presentations bring together views from a group of presenters into a discussion of innovative ideas, current topics, and relevant issues. Each panel session will run for 60 minutes and will consist of at least 3 panel members.
Visually showcase your research or services via a printed poster, displayed in the conference exhibition area for the duration of the conference. A dedicated 30 minute poster session is included in the conference program. Posters also displayed virtually to e-delegates.
|Presentation applications open||Thursday 2 November 2023|
|Presentation applications close||Friday 24 November 2023|
|Notifications to presenters||Wednesday 10 January 2024|
|Acceptances and registrations due||Thursday 25 January 2024|
|Program launch||Thursday 1 February 2024|
|Scholarships close||Friday 22 March 2024|
|Early bird ends||Friday 5 April 2024|
|Conference dates||Wednesday 22 May – Friday 24 May 2024|