23-24 February 2017
The Mercure, Sydney
TheMHS Summer Forum will investigate the impact of our evolving mental health system on people and services, and ask how citizenship for consumers can be achieved.
The drive towards a person centred mental health system changes many things - most critically the way that the system reacts to people's needs. How do we respond without losing sight of the individuals and communities in our system - clinicians, workers, consumers, managers, families and carers?
Challenged by concepts like "flexible funding", "self-directed support", "stepped care" and personalised packages", the Summer Forum will identify how mental health systems can achieve real citizenship for consumers.