Beasts of burden or organised cooperation: the story of a mental health team in remote, Indigenous Australia

Beasts of burden or organised cooperation: the story of a mental health team in remote, Indigenous Australia Journal Article

Australasian Psychiatry

  • Author(s): Hunter, Ernest, Onnis, Leigh-Ann, Santhanam-Martin, Radhika, Skalicky, Judy, Gynther, Bruce, Dyer, Geraldine
  • Published: 2013
  • Volume: 21

Abstract: Objective:This paper aims to describe the growth of a regionally-based mental health team providing services to remote Indigenous communities in far north Queensland.Conclusions:By drawing on their experience, the authors are able to identify factors supporting the development and sustained capacity of integrated mental health teams, working in challenging remote settings.

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Hunter, Ernest, Onnis, Leigh-Ann, Santhanam-Martin, Radhika, Skalicky, Judy, Gynther, Bruce, Dyer, Geraldine, 2013, Beasts of burden or organised cooperation: the story of a mental health team in remote, Indigenous Australia, Volume:21, Journal Article, viewed 17 July 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=13649.

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