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Monitoring and Reporting Framework on mental health and suicide prevention

The National Mental Health Commission continues to undertake national independent monitoring and reporting on mental health and suicide prevention. By highlighting the system activities that affect mental health and suicide prevention in Australia, we hope to inform policy and practice to make a positive change in the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians. 

We engaged Nous Group to advise the Commission on the best approach to guide our monitoring and reporting role. We worked closely with Nous to consult with our key stakeholders around Australia and to seek input from consumers and carers, service providers, policy and decision makers about Australia’s monitoring and reporting on mental health and suicide prevention.

Final report

The final report from Nous Group is now available for viewing.

Final report

To view the Final report in sections:

Consultation

We also conducted a targeted consultation with the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum.

To view the summary reports from each workshop, click on the links on the interactive map of Australia below:

 

Online community consultation

Further to the face-to-face workshops, we sought public input via an online survey. Open for five weeks, its purpose was to collect information from consumers, carers, families and support people, service providers, policy and decision makers regarding Australia’s mental health and suicide prevention.

Next steps

The Commission will analyse the advice from this final report to guide its annual national reports to government and the community. In 2018, the Commission will report on the status of core national mental health and suicide prevention reforms and their impact on consumers and carers. 

For more information about the Commission’s monitoring and reporting role, please email enquiries@mentalhealthcommission.gov.au

 

 

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