01 May 2013
ACSQHC/NMHC Scoping Study on National Standards in Mental Health Services
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, in collaboration with the Commission, is conducting a scoping study on the implementation of National Standards in Mental Health Services, including the National Standards for Mental Health Services (2010) and the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (2012).
As part of the study, the Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is conducting an online survey. They are keen to hear from people working in all roles in the Mental Health Sector who have been involved with the implementation of these standards.
We’d appreciate your assistance in completing the survey, particularly if you are someone with a lived experience of mental illness or a family member, friend or support person.
Further details about the project and survey are available to download.
Scoping study PDF 40.9Kb
Complete the survey here.
All information collected will be confidential. No reported data will be attributed to any individual or organisation. The survey takes around 20 minutes to complete.
If you have any questions about the survey or the broader study, please contact Andrew Moors on (02) 9126 3590 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Even the most disadvantaged Australians should be able to lead a 'contributing life,' whatever that means for them and this simple goal will be our touchstone and yardstick."
Chair Prof Allan Fels AO
National Mental Health Commission