19 October 2011
The Sydney Health Policy Network at the University of Sydney is pleased to present:
Mind over Money: Reforming national health funding and its implications for mental health
A unique opportunity to hear some of the key players in national health reform, and influence the health reform agenda by providing clear messages and desired outcomes for the coming years.
Guest Facilitator: Gregor Henderson
Independent adviser in mental health and wellbeing, Scotland, UK.
The conference will be split into two sessions.
The morning session will provide attendees with an overview of the new national health funding and governance arrangements. The afternoon session will explore what these new arrangements mean for mental health in Australia and the prospects for ongoing reform.
Understanding this landscape will be critical to ongoing effective health policy and research.
Who should attend?
People interested in exploring the new health landscape and assessing the prospects for reform - policy makers, health care practitioners, health service providers, academics, consumers, carers, and representatives of health and social agencies.
Time: 8 am - 5.30 pm
Location: New Law Lecture Theatre 030, University of Sydney
Cost: $250 per person. Concession rates available on application.Conference Website
Contact: Shauna Downs
Phone: 02 903 65443