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TAMHSS National Forum We seek your ideas for the next TAMHSS National Forum to be held at TheMHS Annual Conference in August 2014 in Perth. The 2013 Forum topic was: The Shape of Mental Health Services, today and tomorrow. Please send us your ideas for the topic and suggested speakers. Email us at email@example.com or … Continue reading TAMHSS NATIONAL FORUM – Call for Agenda Items
Following the TAMHSS 1st National Forum, held at TheMHS Annual Conference in 2013 the TAMHSS network is keen to push forward and to strive for more engagement across the Australian Mental Health sector in 2014. In 2014 the focus for TAMHSS will be to ensure the Human Rights of people living with a mental illness or disorder to … Continue reading TAMHSS in 2014
What a year 2012 has been! In a snapshot; * The launch of our quarterly newsletter providing an interesting read on current topics in mental health, the latest being an editorial on "Outcome Measures" * A successful annual members meeting was held in Cairns, bringing about lots of food for thought and some great ideas from … Continue reading TAMHSS 2012
Happy New Year to all our readers. TAMHSS has been busy behind the scenes and in December we put out our first member newsletter. We also developed our new logo (right) and updates to our website are underway. We are always keen to hear from you so please stay in touch. You can find us … Continue reading Happy New Year
As members would know the TAMHSS group is passionate about mental health reform in Australia. If you are after some reading during the upcoming holiday break we have attached four documents below that inform some of this issue. They are: The-Commissioning-Friend-for-Mental-Health-Services Paths-to-Personalisation Guidance on Fidelity for Crisis Services, UK Shaping Personal Health Budgets- A view-from the-top
Lots of work is taking place behind the scenes and we are happy to report the latest program with udpated speakers. You can download the Conference Program and feel free to share it with colleagues and friends. We look forward to seeing you there!
Are you interested in Social Enterprises and Mental Health? view: http://soencpmha.wordpress.com/conference-details/ The Social Enterprise Callan Park Mental Health Alliance blog for all the conference details the conference registration link read about some participants experiences We would love you to become involved and share the information with others!
A report entitled Before It's too late: Report on early intervention programs aimed at preventing youth suicide was recently released. This is an excerpt from that report: Every year in Australia suicide claims the lives of around 2000 Australians placing it ahead of road traffic accidents and skin cancer as a cause of death. For … Continue reading Early Intervention
The Minister for Mental Health and Ageing the Hon Mark Butler MP has released the following statement: Australians will have the opportunity to be at the forefront of national mental health reform with the first steps being taken towards the establishment of the nation’s first National Mental Health Commission. The Minister for Mental Health and … Continue reading First steps toward national Mental Health Commission