Mental heath reform advocate Professor Patrick McGorry speaks at the National Press Club.
Mental heath reform advocate Professor Patrick McGorry speaks at the National Press Club. ALAN PORRITT

Q & A panelists fronted 900-strong crowd on for Mental As

THERE'S no doubt Q&A's Mental As… edition delivered an engaging and lively conversation.

In front of a 900-strong crowd at Rockhampton's Pilbeam Theatre, panelists Patrick McGorry, Dr Louise Byrne, Jennifer Bowers, Josh Thomas and Bob Katter discussed the state of Australia's mental health.

Locals asked insightful questions on each of the issues of mental health in regional and remote Australia, government support in the sector, youth and indigenous issues and recovery.

See more coverage in tomorrow's Bully.



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