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    'myPHN Conference 2018: Connecting our health care together'. 1-2 September 2018 | Mackay, QLD #myPHN2018
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    What a great weekend of meaningful discussions about connecting our health care together at #myPHN18 in Mackay!

    Don't forget to tag yourselves in the photos and share!

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    FATAL FIVE WORKSHOP | The Fatal Five workshop, presented by Sergeant Nigel Dalton, showed 60 year 12 students from high schools across Mackay the confronting realities of driving irresponsibly.

    The Fatal Five workshop was part of myPHN Conference pre-conference workshops last Friday.
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    Students from schools across Mackay have been shown the confronting reality of driving irresponsibly. Mackay police, desperate to have the message sink in, hope it helps to educate the young people on the dangers of the fatal five. #9News | http://9News.com.au
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    THAT’S A WRAP | myPHN Conference 2018 has officially come to an end. Thank you to our dignitaries, delegates, speakers, exhibitors, staff, MECC, ICMSA, and everyone else involved! It was a fantastic weekend and we hope you all enjoyed it! 👏🏼

    We hope you all enjoyed joining in the discussions and learning about connecting our healthcare together, to help northern Queenslanders live happier, healthier, longer lives.

    💻 If you missed any sessions, or weren’t able to make the conference, don’t worry! Session videos will be available on our website soon.

    📸 And check back soon for a full conference photo gallery!

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER | Phil Ihme, Senior Director Mental Health Services and Gayle Roe, Northern Australia Primary Health Limited are discussing trauma informed care-a youth specific model and the headspace TERN Program which allows our most vulnerable young people to access intensive and long-term psychological treatment.

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    KEYNOTE PRESENTATION | Dr David Farlow from Mackay Hospital and Health Service is presenting on research and innovation challenging the siloed thinking in Australian healthcare. “Where is healthcare heading?”

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    KEYNOTE SPEAKER | Kathleen Davey, Principal Consultant & Senior Trainer at Social Skills Training Institute is presenting an innovative and evidence-based approach on empowering social and emotional resilience in children using the Secret Agent Society - Solving the Mystery of Social Encounters (SAS). SAS teaches children social and emotional skills under the guise of becoming 'secret agents'! Children with autism see and feel the world differently, so having tools to assist them can change their every day life.

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    "I am increasingly confident that one of the things that unites us is a preparedness to talk about, think about and act on mental health." @JuliaGillard in her keynote address at the Mackay @myPHNconference on 1 September. Read her full speech at https://t.co/2wVM2buPjJ.
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    Good discussion from Pippa and Eleanor from @NPSMedicineWise on telehealth usage in FNQ. Insight: pick the VC platform that your clients already have, not your own platform. Much better customer experience! #myphn18 https://t.co/0n2P8WBHI2 myPHNconference photo
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    Thank you @NQPHN for hosting three fabulous days of discussions about how we can better connect health care #MyPHN18 It was a privilege to hear from and meet so many committed and passionate health leaders!
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    THAT’S A WRAP | myPHN18 has officially come to an end. Thank you to our dignitaries, delegates, speakers, exhibitors, staff, the MECC, ICMSA, and everyone else involved! It was a fantastic weekend and we hope you all enjoyed joining in the discussions! 👏🏼 #myPHN18 https://t.co/dhtlTYKpm8 myPHNconference photo
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    Phil Ihme, Senior Director Mental Health Services and Gayle Roe, @NAPHLtd are discussing trauma informed care-a youth specific model and the headspace TERN Program which allows our most vulnerable young people to access intensive and long-term psychological treatment. #myPHN18 https://t.co/JYfjSe52Kc myPHNconference photo
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    KEYNOTE PRESENTATION | Dr David Farlow from @MackayHHS is presenting on research and innovation challenging the siloed thinking in Australian healthcare. “Where is healthcare heading?” #myPHN18 https://t.co/fxiUahJJDx myPHNconference photo
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