The Minister for Mental Health, the Hon Tanya Davies MP, has released details of the Terms of reference for a Review of the Mental Health Commission.
A five-year review of the Mental Health Commission was a requirement when it was established in July 2012 under the Mental Health Commission Act (the Act).
The review will be led by Dr David Chaplow, a former National Director of Mental Health and Chief Advisor, Ministry of Health, Wellington, New Zealand, reporting to the Minister for Mental Health.
The Minister for Mental Health will table a report in Parliament on the outcomes of the Review by 30 June 2018.
Click here for more information from NSW Health website regarding this review.
As part of this review, the NSW Ministry of Health invites you to contribute by providing feedback through an online consultation survey.
The Ministry of Health values your opinion and encourages you to please forward this to your networks to participate.
The survey is being conducted by independent research company, ORC International, and it will remain open until 5pm, Tuesday, 31 October 2017.
The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete depending on the detail of your responses. You do not need to complete the survey in one sitting and can save your response and return later by clicking the ‘Save to return later’ button. More information is available on the survey’s introduction page.
To take part in the survey, please click on the following link, or copy and paste it into your browser:
If you have any questions regarding this online consultation, please contact ORC International’s support desk by clicking the ‘Help’ link within the survey.