Reports and Publications
The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health provides quarterly reports to stakeholders. These reports provide detailed updates on key projects, research activities, papers and publications; as well as communications activities.
- CRRMH Quarterly Report June 2020 (6 MB)
- CRRMH Quarterly Report March 2020 (6 MB)
- CRRMH Quarterly Report December 2019 (7 MB)
- CRRMH Quarterly Report September 2019 (4 MB)
CRRMH Major Achievements
Position Papers and Policy Submissions
Population and strengths-based collaborative approaches to community wellbeing as a vehicle for suicide prevention. Submission made to Prime Minister’s National Suicide Prevention Adviser and the Suicide Prevention Taskforce, December 2019, for more see here.
The Orange Declaration on rural and remote mental health was published in the Australian Journal of Rural Health in September 2019. For more information or to endorse see here.
National Rural Health Commissioner: Policy Options to Improve Access, Distribution and Quality of Rural Allied Health Services. Submission made as part of National Feedback – Rural Health Commissioner: Policy Options to Improve Access, Distribution and Quality of Rural Allied Health Services, August 2019. The final report can be found here.
Productivity Commission Issues Paper: The Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health. Submission made in March 2019 in response to the issues paper, the draft report can be found here.
Senate Inquiry on Access to Mental Health Services in Rural and Remote Australia. Submission #87 made to the inquiry and presented at the Senate hearing on 19 July 2018 in Canberra, the final report can be found here.
Research publications can be found here.