The Mental Health Podcasts series is a joint Communities of Practice initiative between nurse leaders from SA Health and academics from the University of South Australia’s Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Research Group. It is designed to share fresh thinking in contemporary mental health practice and will involve hearing the voices of consumers, carers, practitioners and policy makers revealing what they think, feel, say and do to achieve best practice. New podcasts will be available approximately every two months.
Episode 1: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Community Mental Health Nursing
Episode 2: Peer specialist work in acute mental health care
Episode 3: Recovery, participation and care planning
Episode 4: Carers’ Perspectives
Episode 5: The Strathalbyn & Communities Suicide Prevention Network
Episode 6: Peer work in community rehabilitation
Episode 7: Care across hospital and home
Episode 8: Becoming a mental health nurse
Episode 9: The Shared Voices Support Group
Episode 10: Recovery Practice
Fay Jackson is the Deputy Commissioner of the NSW Mental Health Commission, CEO of Vision In Mind and General Manager of Inclusion at Flourish Australia. She has also been the Director of Consumer, Carer and Community Affairs with the Illawarra South East Sydney Mental Health Service.
Fay’s story of overcoming severe mental health issues to gain her position in society is inspiring.
The Expert Insights podcasts each tackle an important mental health topic and provide insight and expert knowledge from and for health professionals. Access all the Expert Insights podcasts via SoundCloud.