A National Combined Voice for Mental Health Consumers and Carers
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It is only co-design and/or co-production if consumers and carers agree that it is.Read more
The NMHCCF, together with researchers from Curtin University have today launched a Critical Literature Review and accompanying booklet for consumers, families and carers on the direct, adverse effects of neuroleptics (antipsychotics).Read more
The NMHCCF has been working with researchers from Curtin University to review the direct, adverse effects of neuroleptic drugs (antipsychotics). The resulting Critical Literature Review and accompanying booklet for consumers and carers is being launched at the 2017 TheMHS Conference.Read more
The NMHCCF is grateful for the opportunity to provide comment to the Community Legislation Affairs Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme Amendment (Quality and Safeguards Commission and Other Measures) Bill 2017.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the RANZCP clinical practice guideline for the treatment of panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and generalised anxiety disorder.Read more
The NMHCCF would like to congratulate the new Minister for Health on his appointment.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Department of Social Services draft model for the delivery of carer support services.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the consultation draft of the Fifth National Mental Health Plan.Read more
On International Day of People with Disability (3 December), the Civil Society NDIS Statement - summary version and full version - was emailed to the following: COAG Disability Reform Council: sent individually to the Commonwealth Minister and each State / Territory Minister; to the Commonwealth...Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Productivity Commission Preliminary Findings Report, Introducing Competition and Informed User Choice into Human Services: Identifying Sectors for Reform.Read more