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Australasian Health Facility Guidelines Part B - Health Facility Briefing and Planning 0132 - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit

Australasian Health Infrastructure Alliance Country Resources Child and Youth Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mental Health Service Standards Australia 21 December 2016 Guidelines

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This Health Planning Unit (HPU) has been developed by the Australasian Health Infrastructure Alliance (AHIA) following extensive consultation with clinical experts and consumers. This HPU is intended to assist in the planning and design process for the design team, project managers and end users.

This document is designed to be read with an Overarching Mental Health Guideline. This document is currently in development. In the interim, it is recommended that this document is read in conjunction with HPU134 Adult Acute Mental Health Inpatient Unit to further inform mental health specific design requirements.

This HPU outlines the specific requirements for the planning and design of a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit.


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