Closing date: 9am, Monday 3 July 2023
Are you interested in contributing to a systems approach to improve Queensland Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs services?
Have you accessed or cared for someone who has accessed Queensland Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs services?
You could help by participating in a focus group to inform into the MHAOD Information Management Roadmap and Framework Project!
Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch, Queensland Department of Health
The Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs (MHAOD) Branch, within the Department of Health is offering four (4) lived experience representatives the opportunity to participate in the MHAOD Information Management Roadmap and Framework project by joining a Focus Group and completing a survey.
The Information Management Roadmap and Framework Project
The Information Management (IM) Roadmap and Framework Project is reviewing data and information that is collected, shared, integrated, and reported on for and between MHAOD interfacing services and consumers. This includes consumer data such as presentation history, medication, clinician notes and treatment plans, as well as reporting data, such as the demand for services across the State.
Data and information are fundamental for delivering a high standard of care and treatment to consumers, for administration, management, and evaluation of MHAOD services, and for furthering research, policy-making and health advancements.
We aim to understand your experience as consumers and carers with the MHAOD service, in discussing:
- Challenges and barriers in accessing MHAOD services
- Enablers in accessing MHAOD services
- What information would you like to provide to care providers
- Consent and sharing of information across MHAOD services
- What data would you like published and reported on