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Led by Prof Nicholas Procter. Research Leadership in Mental Health, Suicide Prevention, Trauma Informed Practice, Consumer, Carer, Government, NGO Programs.
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UniSA Mental Health 7h
Thanks Your writing teaches us many things. How our minds think about social media can pave the way to clarifying our approach to nursing and healthcare. This also creates a pathway to effectively engage with the many challenges we face in policy, practice and research.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Readers are encouraged to connect theory, practice and lived experience of consumers and carers. The diverse range of consumer and carer perspectives enhances readers' understanding of the process of recovery, use of services and the provision of person-centred support.
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UniSA Mental Health 19h
Thank you for your great support and contribution to project; helping the author team. This was the coming together of many things. Consumers, carers, clinicians and academics working in a coordinated fashion to achieve a common goal
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Thank you. Readers are encouraged to connect theory, practice, lived experience of consumers and carers. The diverse range of consumer and carer perspectives enhances readers' understanding of the process of recovery, use of services and the provision of person-centred support.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Readers are encouraged to connect theory, practice and lived experience of consumers and carers. The diverse range of consumer and carer perspectives enhances readers' understanding of the process of recovery, use of services and the provision of person-centred support.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Thank you . Your contribution from law and human rights strengthens our interdisciplinary approach. Consumers, carers, clinicians and researchers from diverse fields working in a coordinated fashion to achieve a common goal.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Thank you You are just the right fit for a publication like this! Sharing your best thinking - in combination with the experiences of consumers and carers across each chapter - is what we value most.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
Excellent day of deep discussion & case analysis with prison officials on at Mobilong Prison in South Australia. A low - medium security prison for men with a capacity of 327 prisoners.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
We are so thrilled for the author team- and especially the consumers and carers who generously and genuinely contributed to each chapter. An international collaboration helping to create the co-design of chapters.
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A/Prof Rhonda Wilson Sep 21
Very happy news today... grateful to my colleagues, fellow editors and contributors... and many others...
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 21
Pleased to announce that Mental Health: A Person-centred Approach 2e was awarded best Tertiary (Wholly Australian) Teaching and Learning Resource – Blended Learning at last night’s National Educational Publishing Awards. We thank our collaborators & author team
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
Excellent day of deep discussion & case analysis with prison officials on at Mobilong Prison in South Australia. A low - medium security prison for men with a capacity of 327 prisoners.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
There should be no politics involved in helping children and families. It’s situation of deep excruciating despair and lethal hopelessness. We look to the federal government, regardless of philosophy, for compassionate help, for effective help; efficient and responsive help.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
You Cannot Have a Quality and Safety Culture in Without a 'Speak Up' Culture. Failures of a 'Speak Up' Culture Foster Secrecy, and Unsafe Practices.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
There should be no politics involved in providing quality care. For many, it’s a critical situation. All governments, regardless of philosophy, must lead the way in compassionate care, effective care; efficient and responsive care. Care that is .
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 20
AMA Calls On Prime Minister to Move Asylum Seeker Children and Families Off Nauru to Better Health Care
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 18
Great opportunity to contribute. The RC must be alert to carer re-traumatisation; it can potentially carry through for many years. We must establish a carer support framework. Distress is deeply personal. Let’s co-design something with active assistance of carers.
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 19
Great to celebrate the PhD graduation today of researcher Dr Kate Deuter
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Kevin O'Shaughnessy Sep 19
Well done Dr Kate x
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UniSA Mental Health Sep 19
Great to celebrate the PhD graduation today of researcher Dr Kate Deuter
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