Mental Health Review Tribunal: Is a panel of people that conduct mental health inquiries or examinations when you are admitted to a mental health unit. They also make and review treatment orders like community treatment orders (CTO) and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) orders, listen to appeals about treatment and care of people with mental health issues. Decisions that are made by the Mental Health Review Tribunal are legally binding. The panel often comprises of 3 members, usually a lawyer, psychiatrist and another qualified specialist.
- Alternative to police as mental health first responders
- RACGP “Health of the Nation 2023” report
- BEING’s submission to the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into Outpatient and Community Mental Health Care
- Intolerant society creates additional strain on young people’s mental health
- BEING – Mental Health Consumers now accepting donations