Evaluation of the Better Access initiative component C: analysis of the allied mental health workforce supply and distribution

An analysis of the impact of the introduction of the Better Access initiative on the supply and distribution of the allied mental health workforce (psychologists, social workers and occupational therapists), including the extent to which there has been any change between the public and private sectors.

Page last updated: September 2013

Page last reviewed: 15 August 2014

Evaluation of the Better Access initiative component C: analysis of the allied mental health workforce supply and distribution (online)

PDF version: Evaluation of the Better Access initiative component C: analysis of the allied mental health workforce supply and distribution (PDF 1254 KB large file)

The same publication in smaller sections:

Cover pages (PDF 214 KB)
Executive summary (PDF 162 KB)
1. Introduction (PDF 318 KB)
2. Characteristics of the actual and potential Better Access workforce (PDF 438 KB)
3. Impact of Better Access on the distribution of the allied mental health workforce (PDF 602 KB large file)
4. Consultations on training and the future mental health workforce (PDF 355 KB)
5. Critically reflective analysis of component C (PDF 229 KB)
References (PDF 94 KB)
Appendices (PDF 225 KB)


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