Community Survey Report
During the Living Well mid term review, the Commission conducted an online community survey to gather views from as many people as possible about the progress of mental health reform in NSW. The Commission received 1,165 survey responses. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare analysed the results and developed a report.
Download the AIHW Community Survey Report.
Regional Consultation Report
During the Living Well mid term review, the Commission asked people in every region in NSW what is working well in mental health and what the priorities for the future are. All the information gathered during the consultations was given to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare to independently analyse and theme.
Download the Regional consultation qualitative data analysis to understand the key issues raised in each region.
Literature Reviews and Evidence Checks
In addition to regional consultations, the mid-term review of Living Well is informed by evidence.
- Ridoutt L and Cowles C, Human Capital Australia (International) Pty Ltd - Literature review for a mid-term review of Living Well – Mental health reform frameworks
- Dr Joanne Lawrence-Bourne, Nicholas Powell, Dr Hazel Dalton, A/Prof Nelly Oelke and Prof David Perkins, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, University of Newcastle – Implementation methodologies for the Living Well Strategy
- Professor Kimberlie Dean – Literature Review Forensic Mental Health Models of Care. A report for the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales.
- Kath Thorburn, inside out & associates Australia - Family inclusive practice in mental health in NSW: Evidence check