Have your say on emerging services for GPS

The Black Dog Institute is seeking expressions of interests from GPs to join their GP Advisory Group

The purpose of the GP Advisory Group is to provide insights and advice to inform the design, development and implementation of Black Dog Institute’s current and emerging services for GPs.

The Black Dog Institute aims to have varied representation in the Advisory Group. Ideally members will range in their years of experience as a GP, located within Australia (remote, rural and regional Australia), have differing gender and cultural backgrounds. It is not necessary for GPs to an interest in mental health to become a member of the Advisory Group.

Applications close Sunday, 4 August 2019. Click here to learn more or submit an expression of interest. 

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