Emma McBride is the Federal Member for Dobell. She has served in the parliament since 2016.
Emma is the Assistant Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, and Assistant Minister for Rural and Regional Health.
Read the latest media releases, speeches and transcripts.
Assistant Minister McBride – doorstop in Canberra – 29 March 2023Read the transcript of Assistant Minister McBride's doorstop on what the Australian Government is doing to address the health workforce shortage in regional and rural areas.
Assistant Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention speech at the APP conference State of the Industry PanelRead the transcript of Assistant Minister McBride's speech at the APP conference.
Radio interview with Assistant Minister McBride and Debra Pearce, ABC Mildura-Swan Hill - 22 March 2023Read the transcript of Assistant Minister McBride and Debra Pearce's radio interview on Taking Stock suicide prevention for farmers, Black Dog NEWSS program and rural mental health.
Mental health help for emergency services workersAustralia’s emergency workers will receive additional mental health support through the establishment of the National Emergency Workers Support Service (NEWSS).
60 years of Lifeline supportToday marks 60 years since Lifeline opened its telephone lines for the first time.
Taking Stock: Suicide prevention tool for Australia's farmersTaking Stock, a free online wellbeing and suicide prevention tool designed by and for Australia’s farmers, is now available.
Dietary disorders are eating at too many of us - Assistant Minister McBride - Op-EdIn recent months a national conversation on eating disorders and disordered eating has come to the fore. I hope it stays there.
Interview with Assistant Minister McBride, Michael McCormack MP and Greg Jennett, ABC Afternoon Briefing - 13 March 2023Read the transcript of Assistant Minister McBride's interview on the Cootamundra flooding, AUKUS, vaping and the NSW State Election.
$3 million for mental health in north-west TasmaniaSupport for additional mental health services will continue in north-west Tasmania with an investment of a further $3 million from the Albanese Government from July this year.
Canterbury Head to Health opens for local mental health servicesPeople living in Sydney’s west now have access to free, walk-in mental health care with the opening of Canterbury Head to Health at 1205 Canterbury Road, Roselands.