National standards for mental health services 2010

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1. Rights and responsibilities
2. Safety
3. Consumer and carer participation
4. Diversity responsiveness
5. Promotion and prevention
6. Consumers
7. Carers
8. Governance, leadership and management
9. Integration
10. Delivery of care

1. Rights and responsibilities

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2. Safety

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3. Consumer and carer participation

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4. Diversity responsiveness

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5. Promotion and prevention

Australian Health Ministers 2009. National Mental Health Policy 2008. Commonwealth of Australia.

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Government of South Australia 2005. Carers Recognition Act.

Mental Health Branch 2004. Information for Families and Carers of People with a Mental Illness. Department of Human Services (DHS). Victoria.

Mental Health Commission 1998. Blueprint for Mental Health Services in New Zealand. How things need to be. Wellington: Mental Health Commission.

Mental Health Privacy Coalition, consisting of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists(RANZCP) and the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA) 2004. Privacy Kit for Private Sector Mental Health Service Providers.

National Consumer and Carer Forum of Australia 2004. Consumer and Carer Participation Policy: A Framework for the Mental Health Sector. National Consumer and Carer Forum, Canberra.

National Health Service (NHS) 1999. National Service Framework for Mental Health. Modern Standards and Service Models. Standard 6.

Rethink: National Schizophrenia Fellowship 2003. Survey. The experiences of people using mental health services. United Kingdom.

Support Services and Community Development in Mental Health Services. Introduction: PLATFORM. National Mental Health Service Standards. Standard 9. New Zealand. Top of page

6. Consumers

Australian Health Ministers 2009. National Mental Health Policy 2008. Commonwealth of Australia

Mental Health Commission 1998. Blueprint for Mental Health Services in New Zealand: How things need to be. Wellington: Mental Health Commission.

Mental Health Consumer Outcomes Task Force 1991. Mental Health Statement on Rights and Responsibilities. Canberra: Australian Government.

Mental Health Privacy Coalition, consisting of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) and the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA) 2004. Privacy Kit for Private Sector Mental Health Service Providers.

National Consumer and Carer Forum of Australia 2004. Consumer and Carer Participation Policy: A Framework for the Mental Health Sector. National Consumer and Carer Forum, Canberra.

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World Health Organization (WHO). British Columbia Project 1993. Consumer Participation Manual: A document to facilitate consumer participation in the mental health system. Top of page

7. Carers

Australian Health Ministers 2009. National Mental Health Policy 2008. Commonwealth of Australia.

Carers NSW 2007. Reflecting on Reality. Submission by Carers NSW to inform the review of NSMHS.

Department of Health, Western Australia 2007. Communicating with Carers and Families: Information sharing for better outcomes. Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.

Government of South Australia 2005. Carers Recognition Act.

Mental Health Branch 2004. Information for Families and Carers of People with a Mental Illness. Department of Human Services (DHS). Victoria.

Mental Health Commission 1998. Blueprint for Mental Health Services in New Zealand. How things need to be. Wellington: Mental Health Commission.

Mental Health Privacy Coalition, consisting of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists(RANZCP) and the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA) 2004. Privacy Kit for Private Sector Mental Health Service Providers.

National Consumer and Carer Forum of Australia 2004. Consumer and Carer Participation Policy: A Framework for the Mental Health Sector. National Consumer and Carer Forum, Canberra.

National Health Service (NHS) 1999. National Service Framework for Mental Health. Modern Standards and Service Models. Standard 6.

Rethink: National Schizophrenia Fellowship 2003. Survey. The experiences of people using mental health services. United Kingdom.

Support Services and Community Development in Mental Health Services. Introduction: PLATFORM. National Mental Health Service Standards. Standard 9. New Zealand. Top of page

8. Governance, leadership and management

Australian Health Ministers 2009. Fourth national mental health plan: an agenda for collaborative government action in mental health 2009–2014. Commonwealth of Australia.

NMHWG Information Strategy Committee Performance Indicator Drafting Group 2005. Key Performance Indicators for Australian Public Mental Health Services. ISC discussion paper no.6. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.

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9. Integration

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10. Delivery of Care

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