Co-design is both a method and a mindset, underpinned by the belief that people are experts in their own lives. Here, you can download practical guides, toolkits and worksheets, as well as reports and white papers that put forward a vision for the future.
DHHS - Health services and general practice - coronavirus disease (COVID-19)Resource | 2022
This Department of Health and Human Services Victoria (DHHS) page contains The latest COVID-19 information and resources for health professionals.
COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for the Victorian Health SectorResource | 2022
Information and resources for Victorian hospitals and health services to plan their response to Covid-19
Clinical guidance and resources - COVID-19Resource | 2022
View resources, information and guides for the care of patients and at-risk groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guide to Promising Programs - Adolescent Violence in the HomeResource | 2022
This page provides information about the Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) programs currently operating in Victoria and Australia.
National Lived Experience (Peer) Workforce Development GuidelinesResource | 2022
The Guidelines are intended to inform employers and funding bodies and to support change across the mental health sector by improving understanding of the benefits of the Lived Experience workforce and by supporting employers to assess their local readiness and prioritise activities.
Victorian Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program Fact SheetResource | 2022
This fact sheet provides information about the Victorian Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program in Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Services.
The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on intimate partner violence and mental healthResource | 2022
The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on intimate partner violence and mental health: advancing mental health services, research, and policy
Mental Health and Wellbeing Bill 2022Resource | 2022
The Mental Health and Wellbeing act and explanatory notes as read in parliament 23/06/2022. This new bill is set to replace the Mental Health Act of 2014.