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Families & carers, Service development

In anticipation of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Victoria's 'broken' mental health system, questions arise about what a...

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

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This topic examines the core role and purpose of multidisciplinary teams and some of the benefits and challenges of teamwork in mental health practice...

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Research, like everyday life, often generates ethical dilemmas in which it may be impossible to find agreement on what is right or wrong. This topic...

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