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Jan 20

Key Learnings from Mental Health Access & Quality in ED

As the issue of mental health access in ED continues to grow, Criterion brings together healthcare and ED professionals annually to find collaborative solutions and facilitate better patient care. We’ve extracted a few of the takeaways attendees gained from last year’s conference. You can view them below or download the high res version here:

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Jan 20

Mechanisms to support better mental health outcomes in ED

Emergency departments are often the initial point of care for people seeking mental-health assistance for the first time and for those requiring after hours care. Approximately 3.7% of all presentations to public hospital ED are mental health-related. We’ve put together a quick reference guide for some of the most effective mechanisms that can be used … Continue reading Mechanisms to support better mental health outcomes in ED

11
Nov 19

Crisis hubs to alleviate ED mental health strain

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More Australians are accessing mental health services than ever before and Emergency Departments are groaning with the weight of associated presentations.  Over the last four years emergency departments saw an increase of 20% in mental health presentations. This is not only a strain on under-resourced ED staff but also poses harmful consequences for patients.  Research … Continue reading Crisis hubs to alleviate ED mental health strain