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E-Mental Health Strategy for Australia

Government of Australia Department of Health and Ageing Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Australia June 2012 Policy document ehealth, strategy

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This Strategy builds on work we have already done to bring services together, and will help to embed e-mental health into the broader primary mental health care system. Over time, we want to see e-mental health entrenched in practitioners' thinking as an appropriate form of treatment. This Strategy will support the development of a mature e-mental health care system, offering high quality services to consumers and carers.

Our touchstones for our e-mental health investments are threefold: access, quality, and integration.


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