Description

In anticipation of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Victoria's 'broken' mental health system, questions arise about what a transformed system, including its practices and approaches, could look like for consumers, families/supporters and practitioners. We believe that this year, the mini-conference has a unique opportunity to take the bull by the horns through a trialogue space and boldly explore and respond to questions such as:
As we look globally and locally, what are the examples of paradigm shifting models and approaches?
What might they look like Down Under?
What roles and responsibilities do consumers, family/supporters and practitioners have in making paradigm change happen?

Trainers

  • Bouverie Staff and Invited speakers — The Bouverie Centre

Eligibility criteria

The mini-conference welcomes all those involved in the mental health field including consumers, family members, practitioners, managers, researchers and policy makers.

Categories: Families & carers, Service development
Disciplines: Allied Health, Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Introductory, Intermediate
Lifespans: Child, Adolescent, Youth, Adult

Tuesday 6 October 2020
09:15 to 12:30
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