CRC’s aim is to carry out quality multidisciplinary research with clinical relevance for people with mental illness, clinical management and service delivery. Our research program is aligned with clinical priorities that work towards better health outcomes.
We provide advice and support relating to:
- research design, analyses and results
- ethics governance and informed consent
- the conduct of research undertaken as part of NMHS Mental Health and Statewide Services.
We are also actively involved in NMHS Mental Health and statewide planning regarding clinical interventions, clinical management and service delivery.
As part of our commitment to resource- and information-sharing with other NMHS Mental Health and Statewide Services to support the learning culture, we measure our outcomes not just by work signed off, but by the impact it has had.
Completed projects and their outcomes
- From 2015, all outcomes can be found in the Annual Report (below)
- 2014 (184KB PDF)
- 2013 (63KB PDF)
- 2012 (71KB PDF)
- 2011 (47KB PDF)
- 2010 (47KB PDF)
- 2008, 2009 (50KB PDF)
Other Project Reports
- S Davison et al (2015). Mental health and substances use problems in Western Australian prisons. Report from the Health and Emotional Wellbeing Survey of Western Australian Reception Prisoners, 2013. WA Department of Health, 2015 (1.89MB PDF)
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