The late Jackie Crowe wrote an article for Public Health Research and Practice in April 2017, about a consumer’s perspective on mental health reform, revolution and the disruption in mental health care.

Key points:
• Consumers of mental health care services are demanding an open, transparent and seamless system of care and support
• The rise of digital technologies has given consumers greater access to information, a new means for collaboration, and a more powerful voice to speak about their experiences with service provision, recovery and system failure
• Australia’s mental health sector is nearing a tipping point for transformation.

Click here to read the full article.


15th November 2017