Implementation and Governance
The Equally Well Implementation Committee
Following the advice of stakeholders, the National Mental Health Commission has established the Equally Well Implementation Committee (EWIC) to implement and govern Equally Well in Australia. Membership encompasses private, public and community representation including lived experience. The inaugural meeting of EWIC will be held on 2 August 2017. We will update this website with relevant activities of the EWIC as they become available.
Equally Well Implementation Committee (EWIC)
|Ms Elida Meadows (Co-Chair)||National Mental Health Consumer & Carers Forum|
|Dr Russell Roberts (Co-Chair)||Charles Sturt University|
|Ms Alexis Mohay||Australian Government, Department of Health|
|Mr Arthur Papakotsias||Neami National|
|Ms Carol Turnbull||Australian Private Hospitals Association|
|Dr Cate Howell||Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners|
|Dr Grant Sara||Mental Health Information Strategy Standing Committee|
|Mrs Janine Mohamed||Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives|
|Dr John Allan||Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch, Clinical Excellence Division, Department of Health|
|Mr Josh Fear||Mental Health Australia|
|Adj Assoc Prof Kim Ryan||Australian College of Mental Health Nurses|
|Ms Libby Dunstan||Brisbane North PHN|
|Dr Malcolm Hopwood||Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychatrists|
|Dr Murray Wright||Safety and Quality Partnership Standing Committee|
|Dr Peggy Brown||National Mental Health Commission|
|Mr Richard Weston||Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation|
Mental Health Australia
Mental Health Australia is the peak, national body promoting mental health and representing the interests of organisations working in the mental health sector. The National Mental Health Commission in partnership with Mental Health Australia will support their members to develop activities to support Equally Well.
Mental Health Australia will conduct a series of stakeholder engagement activities to support the implementation of good practice in mental health service provision.