Mental Health Royal Commission

Mental Health Royal Commission

VIC
Mar 28
Join the Victorian Minister for Mental Health, the Hon. Martin Foley to find out more about the Mental Health Royal Commission and the opportunities to shape the future of mental health care.

Speakers

Martin Foley MP, Victorian Minister for Mental Health

Event overview

The Victorian Government has announced the terms of reference and Commissioners for the Mental Health Royal Commission, which the Premier has called "the most important reform work anywhere in our nation".

The Royal Commission is the first of its kind in Australia and is tasked with providing a comprehensive set of recommendations about how to best reform the current mental health system and support Victorians with mental illness.

Event presentations

Martin Foley MP, Minister for Mental Health MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

Martin Foley MP
Victorian Minister for Mental Health

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