Date
6 December 2016
Venue

University of Sydney

Camperdown NSW 2006

Cost
$100 - $150

By harnessing the power of modern technology we have the potential to overcome treatment barriers and facilitate widespread access to evidence-based healthcare. The NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS) is a collective of internationally recognised experts in understanding and managing mental health and substance use disorders. In this one-day colloquium, we aim to provide attendees with an up-to-date understanding of the ways in which we can use technology to facilitate the translation of evidence-based interventions for mental health and substance use disorders into practice.

This workshop is for mental health service providers, clinical researchers and service managers.

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