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Transforming mental health and well-being through primary care and community action

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Transforming mental health and well-being through primary care and community action

The ALIVE national centre for mental health research translation will implement innovative models of care to improve experiences, reduce fragmentation and address the early mortality gaps in priority populations.

Our vision

Vibrant communities that support mental health and promote well-being to enable people to thrive.

We achieve this by delivering access to preventive mental health care and whole person models of care that are premised on experience-informed approaches.

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Prevention across
life course
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Lived-experience
informed
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Longer, healthier lives
in priority populations

OUR VALUES

Lived Expertise

We value lived-experience as a unique expertise that is central to transformation

Practice Wisdom

We value practice experience as a form of wisdom that can inform change

Outcomes Driven

We value making a difference by being data-driven and using evidence for sustained change and impact

Inclusive

We value co-created spaces that are inclusive, equitable and respectful of difference

Authentic

We value collaborations where trust, respect and connection support honouring all expertise

Brave

We value curiosity to grow together, and to be courageous in what we do collectively

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03 December 2021

Next Gen Researcher Network travel bursaries are now open!

Closes Wednesday 9 February 2021

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11 November 2021

The ALIVE National Centre Annual Symposium

SAVE THE DATE – Inaugural Annual Symposium Monday 28 March 2022

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02 November 2021

Prato Research Collaborative for change in parent and child mental health

Editorial perspective on principles and recommendations for working with children and parents living with parental mental illness

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02 November 2021

Evaluating the impact of online group support for carers in Victoria

The ALIVE Centre is building on our co-design work with Carers Victoria with a new impact evaluation project

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11 October 2021

Co-Design of the ALIVE National Roadmap for Mental Health Research Translation has begun

The roadmap is a guide for the Centre on ‘Where are we now?’ ‘Where do we want to go?’ and,’How will we get there?’ in mental health research translation in the primary care and community settings.

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11 October 2021

Toward an ethical framework for the ALIVE National Centre

The Independent Governance and Advisory Board has established a sub-working group to formulate the ALIVE National Centre Ethical Framework.

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11 October 2021

The ALIVE NextGen Network – building peer support and capacity across the sector.

ALIVE NextGen Network members will soon be able to log in to see events, training opportunities and forum discussions.

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Introduction to the alive collective

Organisations in our network

The networks of the Centre

Our platform seeks to digitise & unify the fragmented landscape of the mental health research sectors, by bringing them under one roof. It’s our goal to increase the collaborative potential across the mental health settings by hosting online community spaces to connect and collaborate for change and translational research.

Has a vibrant membership base of 2000+ people with lived-experience of mental illnesses across primary and community care settings who come together to co-design in an end to end research design to translation model. This includes bringing industry, policy-makers and researchers together to address the challenge at hand.

A national network of mental health service delivery partners across primary care and community settings who participate in rapid implementation studies to support translation and scaling up innovations in mental health care.

Focused on capacity building of lived-experience researchers with tailored mentor programs, events and training that acknowledge the different needs for lived-experience researchers and to strengthen lived-experience led research and its implementation within primary and community care settings.

For research higher degrees, early, mid career and clinician researchers.
Focused on capacity building with mentorship, training, events, and in-residence exchange.

Focused on capacity building of lived-experience researchers with tailored mentor programs, events and training that acknowledge the different needs for lived-experience researchers and to strengthen lived-experience led research and its implementation within primary and community care settings.

A national network of mental health service delivery partners across primary care and community settings who participate in rapid implementation studies to support translation and scaling up innovations in mental health care.

For research higher degrees, early, mid career and clinician researchers.
Focused on capacity building with mentorship, training, events, and in-residence exchange.

Has a vibrant membership base of 2000+ people with lived-experience of mental illnesses across primary and community care settings who come together to co-design in an end to end research design to translation model. This includes bringing industry, policy-makers and researchers together to address the challenge at hand.

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Roadmap

Co-Design of the National Roadmap for Research Translation

Click on the co-design image to see our blueprint for the Alive roadmap for National Mental Health Research and Translation

Mental Health Research database

Search this national database of existing research projects and datasets to collaborate nationally.

Implementation tools and techniques for mental health care at scale

Find resources to implement for mental health care transformation.

Quick guides

Research translated into bite sized information highlighting key insights and methodologies.
Our aim is to ensure mental health research makes a difference in as many lives as possible in Australia.

Do you have suggestions on how we could enhance collaboration across Australia’s mental health research space? Or how we could make research data more accessible?

 

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