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Foreword by Gerry Naughtin
We have another busy agenda set for 2016. We are buckling down with preparations for new opportunities to serve consumers and looking at how we can further improve our service delivery.
Plotting the course for research at Mind
At Mind, we are committed to changing the face of mental health services by shifting the focus away from old institutional practices and more towards recovery oriented healing.
Supported decision-making empowers those with mental ill-health to have a say in their own treatment and have their opinions heard and respected. After all, making decisions is what allows us independence.
Where carers are concerned
Carers are both excited and apprehensive about the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Keeping our finger on the PULSAR
The Mind Model of Recovery Oriented Practice guides our work. This, and similar kinds of practice needs to be taught and shared.
The science of people
Early career researcher embraces recovery principles; ‘balancing out’ the social and the clinical.
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