The next 2 Community of Practice sessions are coming up next week on Thursday 26 May for a Mental Health Act 2014 Q&A followed by Monday 30 May with Wungen Kartup sharing an overview of their service and their cultural approach.
The purpose of the sessions is to share learning, ideas and practice-based evidence in adapting to changing demands in a rising COVID-19 environment. Responding through collaboration and sharing-up-to date state, national and local guidelines and strategies will support sustaining high quality mental health care through community transmission.
The details for the sessions are:
Session 3: Mental Health Act 2014 Q&A
Kay Pak at the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist answers your questions on the MHA 2014.
Thursday 26 May, 3:00 – 3:30pm
Session 4: Wungen Kartup – Overview, Accessing us and our Cultural Approach
Mark Booth at Wungen Kartup tells us about their service and takes your questions.
Monday 30 May, 3:00 – 3:30pm
The format will be an informal 30 minute online sharing and discussion session. A summary will be made available on the Chief Psychiatrist’s website following the session. For more information, please see our Community of Practice page.
The session will be held on MS Teams. If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and a meeting invite will be forwarded to you.