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23 Apr

People with intellectual disability experience high rates of mental illness yet often have difficulty in accessing services and getting appropriate...

08 May

Carer lived experience peer workers-consultants have been playing an increasingly vital role in the Victorian mental health workforce. Their work is...

23 May

Lived and Living Experience Workforces (LLEWs) are essential in Victoria’s mental health reform. Lived and Living Experience disciplines are often...

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This free, self-paced learning module introduces key concepts in culturally responsive mental health practice.

The module provides information to...


This free, self-paced learning module is designed to promote, support and enhance mental health practitioners' work with interpreters, across a range...


This topic discusses the importance of documentation in providing quality patient care. Its role in facilitating communication, and appraising results...

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