Come along to this symposium on Youth Mental Health in Wellington on Feb 10th to hear the latest national and international data on youth mental health trends and the current thinking on what's driving them.
We will look at mental health as a community issue and a policy issue, and consider: how can we make Aotearoa a place where it's easy for young people to be mentally healthy?
Keynote speakers include:
Dr Margreet de Looze (Utrecht University, Netherlands), world-leading researcher on youth trends
Emeritus Professor Tony Jorm (Univeristy of Melbourne), distinguished expert on building community capacity for prevention of mental disorders
Dr Terry Fleming (Victoria University, Wellington), Principal investigator for the Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey
Associate Professor Sue Crengle (Kāi Tahu, Kāti Māmoe, Waitaha), Māori researcher, GP and Youth19 co-investigator
Dr Ruth Cunningham, Senior Research Fellow, Public Health Physician & Epidemiologist, University of Otago, Wellington
Register by 19 December to revieve a earlybird discount.
Scholarships for Māori & Pacific health workers, and young people aged 16-24 years are available. See website for details