Renewing our profession: the power of collective resilience
Kim is a mental health nurse academic and researcher. She is Professor of Mental Health Nursing and leads the Mental Health Nursing Research Unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital - a joint research partnership between Australian Catholic University & NorthWestern Mental Health.
Kim is widely published in mental health and has received numerous research awards. She has a long-standing interest in resilience and was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to investigate resilience-building programs. Her current research focuses on promoting psychological wellbeing and resilience, and she leads a study investigating the impacts of a resilience program for mental health nurses.
2021 Keynote Speakers
The Elephant in the Room - experiences of families and carers and what mental health nurses can do to support
Truth-telling, Justice & Royal Commissions: Addressing a legacy of Colonisation in Australia
Change comes from listening, learning, caring and conversation