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National Lived Experience (Peer) Workforce Development Guidelines

Resource | 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.

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Mental Health Intensive Care Framework

Resource | 2020

Mental health intensive care is a specialist care type that provides supportive, therapeutic engagement to individuals experiencing increased vulnerability during an acute phase of mental illness. 

The framework further identifies and highlights key contemporary and best practice principles.

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Consumer Perspective Supervision - A framework for supporting the consumer workforce

Resource | 2018

This framework is intended to guide supervisees, supervisors and organisations in undertaking strong processes to support consumer perspective supervision by outlining the specific functions, importance and benefits of consumer perspective supervision.

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Victoria's clinical supervision framework for mental health nurses

Resource | 2018

This framework is designed to support individual nurses to meet their clinical supervision needs and to contribute positively to evolving mental health services. Using this framework as a foundation, local services can further develop relevant, service-specific guidelines.

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Community mental health nurse – transition to specialty practice competency framework

Resource | 2018

These documents form the Community mental health nurse – transition to specialty practice competency framework. They include a background and overview, a toolkit, and manuals for facilitators and participants. 

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Mad Workplaces: A guide for workplaces about working alongside people with 'mental illness'.

Resource | 2014

A realistic and useful booklet for employers written collaboratively by consumers with significant consultation with people who employ consumers and people with expertise in relevant laws and employment practices. There is a matching resource for consumers.

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