Mind The Gap wins prestigious award

Amaranth Foundation changing the face of psychological care for people living with an advanced chronic illness & their care givers & families

Amaranth Foundation CEO & Research Fellow  with Charles Sturt University was awarded the 2016 ” Most Creative & Innovative Project” Award at the ACI & NSW Rural Health and Research Congress held in Tweed Heads on the 9-11th November.

The ACI Awards are very prestigious and have been selected from over 30 concurrent sessions presented over the 3 days.

This award recognised the hard work, passion and dedication of Amaranth Foundation & Charles Sturt University staff, especially Julianne Whyte, Janelle Wheat & Kirsty Smith in ensuring clinicians across the country have access to quality resources & training to respond to the “Treatment Gap” in mental health care for people with advanced illness & their families.

This training “Mind the Gap” is rolling out nationally over the next 7 months.

 

 

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