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Register for Health eMinds ECHO online training

Published 12 April 2024

Health eMinds ECHO is a free interactive online training focused on mental health in Northern Australia, being developed and delivered by University of Queensland’s Centre for Online Health (UQ-COH) and Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA).


Bringing mental health professionals and primary care together to share knowledge, ideas and experiences, fostering a friendly supportive environment in which to learn.

These sessions are run on the first Thursday of each month from 1pm to 2pm AEST and are open to all health care staff including nursing, allied health, GPs, community health, and Indigenous health workers.

Each one-hour session consists of:

  • 10-minute didactic presentation by subject matter expert or panellist
  • 5- 10 minute case or situation shared by a participant
  • Opportunities for Q&A and discussion

Health eMinds ECHO Benefits 

  • A virtual network to share mental health knowledge and experiences
  • Connect with mental health specialists, peers and subject matter experts
  • Improve mental health knowledge and skills
  • Increase workforce confidence to support patients mental health in community
  • Promotes peer support and engagement between health services

Watch this short animation to learn more.

Register for sessions here and learn more at


Last updated: 12 April 2024