Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership
It is with pleasure that we announce two more of the panels that will form part of the landmark Our Reform conference.
We're excited to announce the speakers for our special panel focused on youth mental health and wellbeing.
Alexander Dalton is a 19-year-old transgender public speaker who has worked with a number of mental health organisations including Orygen, headspace, and ReachOut.
Melissa Keller-Tuberg is an enthusiastic youth mental health advocate, psychology student and aspiring researcher and a member of Orygen's Youth Research Council.
Emily Unity is a mental health professional with lived and living experiences as an LGBTQIA+, disabled, neurodiverse young person from a refugee and migrant background.
Jason Skyllas completed the Satellite Young Leaders program a few years ago and is one of his mother's primary carers, who suffers from schizophrenia.
Nicole Yaneza-Bagatsing is a civic leader originally from the Philippines. She is passionate about youth empowerment and mental health advocacy.
During the lunch break delegates are invited to join us for a "fireside chat" exploring ways we can ensure reform is implemented effectively and sustainably.
Hear from two representitives from the Centre for Evidence and Implementation:
Dr Robyn Mildon, Executive Director, is an internationally recognised figure in the field of implementation science, evidence synthesis and knowledge translation.
Dr Anna Williamson, Director, is a behavioural scientist with over 20 years’ experience in health research and evaluation and high-level expertise in knowledge translation and implementation science.
Tickets to Our Reform are very close to being exhausted, so don't hesitate and make sure you book today.