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National safety priorities in mental health: a national plan for reducing harm

Australia National Mental Health Working Group Country Resources Mental Health Service Standards Australia 31 December 2005 Guidelines harm reduction, mental health service, plan

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The purpose of this Plan is to provide national direction in identifying, avoiding and reducing harm across all environments in which care of people with mental health disorders is provided. Primarily it aims to provide guidance for achieving safer mental health services. The Plan also identifies the importance of an underlying information infrastructure critical to safety and quality improvement.

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