Mental Health Victoria’s first symposium of 2021 is set to look at some of the vital issues facing the mental health sector in a landmark year for reform.
The online event on 1 and 2 March aims to provide insight into the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health, the report of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health system, Vision 2030 and more.
‘Putting It All Together: Royal Commissions, Inquiries, Strategies and Vision 2030’ will feature discussions, panels and Q&A sessions, including talks by MHV Patron Prof Allan Fels, Prof Stephen P King, Presiding Commissioner of the Productivity Commission Inquiry, Christine Morgan, CEO of the National Mental Health Commission, Prof Patrick McGorry, Executive Director of Orygen, and Pam Anders, CEO of Mental Health Reform Victoria.
Mental health is a priority issue for Gippsland PHN. You can find information based on our Needs Assessment and issues papers at https://www.gphn.org.au/populationhealthplanning/resources-2/
Gippsland PHN also commissions a range of mental health and suicide prevention services across the region and is committed to those services reaching those people most at risk of poor health outcomes. Find out more at https://www.gphn.org.au/programs/primary-mental-health-care/
Meanwhile the full schedule for the symposium can be found at https://www.mhvconferences.com/program.