The CIMA Conference Committee thank both Presenters and Delegates for their attendance at our 10th Biennial Conference.
We also kindly acknowledge our sponsors for enabling us to bring current practise models of workplace wellbeing to others in the in field.
The conference is relevant for all frontline responders, peer supporters, trauma practitioners, leaders, HR and Health and Safety Managers and a range of other support personnel. It seeks to provide our delegates’ with learnings from multiple speakers that will enable us to better prepare, engage and respond to these crisis challenges and to recover.
It will unite professionals working within the world of trauma and allow them to meet, liaise and share their experiences from other regions and countries such as our New Zealand CIMA Counterparts.
The broad aims of the conference are to:
CIMA promotes best practice at this forum through endorsing innovations in preparedness
for crisis and continual improvement systems.
Explore options of collaborative support for those transitioning through change.
Encourage interaction between employees, first responders, peer supporters, clinicians, leaders, and workplace wellbeing practitioners from HR & OH&S.
Inspire sharing of experiences and innovation from other regions and countries in supporting frontline workers and building a peer practice network.