Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicide professional development initiative

LifeSpan Newcastle & Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network have partnered to subsidise a limited number of professional development places for clinicians in Newcastle who are interested in learning about and using CAMS as part of their usual practice.

Clinicians will have access to Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicide (CAMS) training (via a one day face-to-face workshop or online training module), group consultation calls with an experienced CAMS Care Team Member from the USA, and a copy of the CAMS manual.

This package normally costs $300 per person for the online training and $700 per person for the face-to-face training, however we’re pleased to offer this exciting opportunity for only:

$100 for the online training package
$230 for the face-to-face training package.

Please note expressions of interest close Friday 1st February 2019 and places are limited.

To apply, simply fill in the online expression of interest form located HERE.

For more information about CAMS and further details about this initiative including training, consultation calls and manual, please download the overview document below.

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