July 2021: Campus Mental Health Strategy E-Update

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Thank you to the many people who attended yesterday's Grand Round and to the fantastic input from all our speakers and those with questions and comments. It was a wonderful opportunity to hear from so many leaders across the Campus about their visions and commitment to mental health research, education and care for all children and their families.

Thank you also to the many people who have completed the survey (see below) to let us know about their interests in being informed and involved in the Mental Health Strategy, we have included you all in the planning for the next phase of implementation.

  1. Get involved

We can be flexible in how we work with you if you only have limited time so please make sure that you complete the survey (click this link) to let us know if and how you want to be involved in the implementation of the Mental Health Strategy throughout 2021 – 2023.

Please circulate this survey link to your teams and colleagues.

  1. Recruitment of Strategy roles

We are really pleased to let you know about the new positions that have been created within RCH to join the team in the implementation of the Mental Health Strategy. And a reminder that applications for the MCRI roles are closing soon.

Please check them out, consider applying or send them to your staff and networks. (Right click on link to open new tab)

Strategy roles within RCH: closing 3 August

Senior Project Officer, Lived Experience

Senior Project Officer, Carer Mental Health Care and Education

Senior Project Officer, Trauma Informed Preventative Care

Senior Project Officer, Consistent and Quality Care

Strategy roles within MCRI: closing 25 July

Senior Clinical Implementation Lead

Research Lead

Mental Health Central Digital Administration Assistant


Acknowledgement of Country

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At Mental Health Central we acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, gather and work. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

We acknowledge all people with a lived or living experience of mental ill-health and recovery. At the Campus, we particularly acknowledge children, young people, families, carers, and supporters. We recognise their vital contribution and value the courage of those who share this unique perspective for the purpose of learning and growing together to achieve better outcomes for the Campus, staff, sector, and all people of lived experience.

Proudly supported by the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation