The Independent evaluation of the Mental Health Professionals Network

An evaluation of education and training activities to determine the extent to which these activities have changed the knowledge, skills, confidence and practices of professionals, and how they have supported interdisciplinary care.

Page last updated: November 2010

Page last reviewed: 15 August 2014

This document is component E of the evaluation of the Better Access initiative.

The independent evaluation of the Mental Health Professionals Network (online)

PDF version: The independent evaluation of the Mental Health Professionals Network (PDF 924 KB large file)

The same publication in smaller sections:

Cover pages (PDF 64 KB)
Executive summary (PDF 200 KB)
1. Background (PDF 198 KB)
2. Method (PDF 112 KB)
3. Achievement of lower-level objectives associated with the establishment of MHPN which straddle all three areas of activity (PDF 75 KB)
4. Achievement of intermediate-level objectives relating to the delivery of interdisciplinary, collaborative workshops (area A) (PDF 144 KB)
5. Achievement of intermediate-level objectives relating to ongoing, self-sustained interdisciplinary clinical networks (area B) (PDF 113 KB)
6. Achievement of intermediate-level objectives relating to the website and web portal (area C) (PDF 96 KB)
7. Achievement of high-level, long-term objectives (PDF 107 KB)
8. Discussion and conclusions (PDF 171 KB)
References (PDF 73 KB)
Appendix 1: Plain language statements and surveys used throughout the evaluation (PDF 370 KB)
Appendix 2: Profiles of survey participants (PDF 62 KB)


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