Join this FREE, 60-minute online webinar to gain access to insights and learn about groundbreaking treatments to chronic mental health conditions.
Global interest and investment in psychedelic medicine companies is accelerating. However, these treatments are not like typical medicines. The patient experience and clinical care model is intense and also deeply, and necessarily, intertwined. So, the question arises, how can we develop care delivery models for these treatments that are safe, effective but also commercially viable? We will explore these themes with clinical service partner Emyria. We will explore how we are approaching these challenges and learn from Emryia’s experience creating an evidence-generating care model for medicinal cannabis.
This FREE webinar will explore:
- An overview of the psychedelic industry and its growth globally and locally
- The different types of for-profit commercial entities developing
- The need for these treatments in Australia and how we are actively preparing for their delivery
- Importance of working with a therapist the patient can trust and how set/setting play a role
- How the physical infrastructure of the clinic affects the patient experience. The importance of investing in the healing space
- The importance of co-creating robust and ethically-sourced clinical data with patients to ensure we learn from every patient
Date: Wednesday 10 March 2021
Time: 7:25pm for 7:30pm start – 8:45pm (incl Q&A) (AEDT)
The presentation WILL BEGIN AT 7:30pm.
Location: Online. A link will be emailed to you with the viewing details once you have registered.
Following the presentation there will be a Q & A panel with Peter Hunt AM, Chairman and Co-founder of Mind Medicine Australia, Dr Michael Winlo, Managing Director of Emryia and Professor Alistair Vickery, Executive Medical Director of Emryia. This will be an opportunity to engage in a discussion about psychedelic-assisted psychotherapies for mental illness broadly, and what Mind Medicine Australia and other local organisations are doing here in Australia.
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More about medicinal psychedelic treatments:
Psychedelic-assisted treatments offer enormous potential in providing a meaningful alternative to current treatments for mental illness. PTSD is a debilitating condition that affects tens of millions of people worldwide, with many more trauma victims diagnosed with comorbid conditions such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders. In recent clinical trials, MDMA has been shown to produce reliable clinical improvements, restoring patient safety and self-agency even for individuals who have suffered with PTSD for many years, and for whom many treatments have failed.
The wave of clinical psychedelic research and regulatory support is rapidly building, with experts forecasting the availability of psychedelic-assisted treatments in the US and EU within the next 2 to 5 years, subject to positive clinical outcomes in large trials that are currently underway.
Peter Hunt AM
Founder & Chair of Mind Medicine Australia
As an investment banker Peter Hunt AM advised local and multi-national companies and governments in Australia for nearly 35 years. He co-founded and was Executive Chairman of one of Australia’s leading investment banking advisory firms, Caliburn Partnership (now called Greenhill Australia) and continued as Chairman of the Firm after its sale to Greenhill Inc in 2009. Peter was a member of the Advisory Panel of ASIC and chaired the Vincent Fairfax Family Office.
Peter is an active philanthropist involved in funding, developing and scaling social sector organisations which seek to create a better and fairer world. He is Chairman of Mind Medicine Australia which he established with his wife, Tania de Jong, in 2018. He founded Women’s Community Shelter in 2011 and remains on the Board. He is Chairman of So They Can, Grameen Australia and Grameen Australia Philippines. Peter is a Director of Project Rozana and an Advisory Board member of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute. Peter also acts as a pro bono adviser to Creativity Australia.
Peter was made a member of the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 2010 for services to the philanthropic sector.
Dr Michael Winlo
Chief Executive Office and Managing Director, Emyria
Dr Michael Winlo, chief executive of Emerald Clinics since August 2019, was chief executive of Linear
Clinical Research for 3 years and remained on the board from July 2019 when he stepped down from the
CEO role to lead a startup company in digital health innovation. Linear Clinical Research is the clinical
trials arm of the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. Dr Winlo holds a Bachelor of Medicine and
Surgery from the University of Western Australia, and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of
Business. He was a co-founder of medical device startup Cerulean Medical in 2007, and spent five years
in the US growing the health practice of data analysis firm Palantir Technologies
Professor Alistair Vickery
Executive Medical Director, Emyria
Alistair is the medical director of Emerald Clinics and has a wealth of expertise in clinical practice, health service management, clinical and educational research and board director skills. He is adjunct Clinical Professor of Primary Health Care at the University of Western Australia and Notre Dame University and an active specialist general practitioner. He is the clinical lead of the research group CHASM (The Collaborative for Health Care Analysis and Statistical Modelling) – providing high-level analysis and statistical modelling to inform WA Health clinical service planning and service evaluation. Alistair is Board Chair of Black Swan Health, one of the largest NFP primary health care, disability, and mental health services in Australia. Alistair is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management and an AICD graduate.