Mental Health Reform has been saved
Mental Health Reform
In recent years we have seen a dramatic increase in community awareness and discussion of mental health. Similarly, mental health is near the top of the agenda for policy makers both within jurisdictions and nationally. There is a recognition of the need to invest in mental health and to develop systems and services that are fit for purpose. The attention being directed at mental health has been influenced by many factors, including a Royal Commission in Victoria, a national Productivity Commission inquiry, the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing public awareness.
To help organisations address these challenges, we hosted a series of webinars between August 2021 – May 2022 that explored mental health workforce, governance and funding, implementation and change management and evaluation.
Recordings of the 4 sessions can be found below
Session 1: Changing mindsets and leading workforce reform
Session 2: Mental health reform: governance and funding
Session 3: Mental health reform: implementation and change management
Session 4: Mental health reform: evaluation to inform reform