Mental Health Pathways in Practice - MHPIP
A new approach
Mental Health Pathways in Practice (MHPiP) offers a new and innovative professional development pathway for clinicians working in Mental Health. The program is unique because it takes advantage of work-based learning opportunities to consolidate learning into practice.
The program offers a means to develop or enhance your mental health practice, or the opportunity to evaluate the current evidence base and contemporary methods of practice. The focus is on the application to everyday practice, to develop the capabilities needed to continue to meet the current and emerging needs of people with lived experience, their carers, families and service standards.
Jacqui Cross, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer
We are looking to build a skill set in our workforce so that they can provide the best possible care and understand the fundamentals of that care in a mental health space.
Andrew Davison, Chief Allied Health Officer
Mental Health Pathways in Practice is a great opportunity for allied health, nursing and medical to work together within our mental health teams and services to develop core capabilities and skills around how we can better support and care for the recovery of our consumers with mental illness.
Who are the pathways for?
The program pathways and resources have been designed for all mental health clinicians working across NSW. Each pathway has been developed in collaboration with nurses, allied health, medical, persons with lived experience and carer representatives to support mental health clinicians to deliver quality, contemporary and genuine care across NSW Health services.
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