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Documents

The Patient Majority

Gerrand, Valerie, et al. The Patient Majority: Mental Health Policy and Services for Women. (1993) Geelong, Victoria, Centre For Applied Social Research, Deakin University With The Assistance Of The Victorian Council Of The Royal Institute Of Public Administration Australia, 1993. ISBN 0730020371

Human Rights and Mental Illness.
Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Report

Human Rights and Mental Illness. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) (1993) Report of the National Inquiry into the Human Rights of people with mental Illness. Volume 1. Australian Government Publishing Service. Canberra, ACT, Australia. Also known as the Burdekin report.

ISBN Set: 0 644 32184 9. ISBN Volume 1: 0 644 32185 7

Human Rights and Mental Illness.
Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Report

Human Rights and Mental Illness. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) (1993) Report of the National Inquiry into the Human Rights of people with mental Illness. Volume 2. As above.

Human Rights and Mental Illness.
Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Report

Human Rights and Mental Illness. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) (1995) Report of the Reconvened Inquiry into Human Rights of People with Mental Illness, Victoria. Australian Government Publishing Service. Canberra, ACT, Australia. ISBN 0 7310 7143 3.

Certified Truths.
Women who have been sexually assaulted - their experience of psychiatric services

 

Graham, Carolyn Certified Truths. Women who have been sexually assaulted - their experience of psychiatric services. (1994) Project auspice, South East Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA) Monash Medical Centre. ISBN 073 26 058 6 5 

Tailoring Services to Meet the Needs of Women.
 

Victoria’s Mental Health Service. Tailoring Services to Meet the Needs of Women. (1997) Published by Aged, Community and Mental Health Division, Victorian Government Department of Human Services. Australia. First Published 1997. Reprinted April 1999. ISBN 0 7306 5169 X.

Every Boundary Broken: sexual abuse of women patients in psychiatric institutions.

Davidson, Jane & Women and Mental Health Inc. Every boundary broken : sexual abuse of women patients in psychiatric institutions. (1997) Project was funded by New South Wales Department of Health, New South Wales Department for Women. Women and Mental Health Inc. Rozelle, N.S.W. Australia. ISBN 0646340158

Do You Mind?...The Ultimate Exit Survey, Survivors of Psychiatric Services Speak Out

Editor Wadsworth,Yoland. Do You Mind?…The Ultimate Exit Survey, Survivors of Psychiatric Services Speak Out (1997) The Melbourne Consumer Consultants’ Group, Melbourne , ISBN 064631386X

Women’s Only Psychiatric Wards Forum

Mental Health Legal Centre. Women’s Only Psychiatric Wards Forum. (2004)

Mental Health Legal Centre 5th October 2004, Swanston Street Hall, Melbourne Town Hall, Victoria, Australia.

nowhere to be safe: Report of the VWMHN project:
Listening to Women Consumers’ Experiences in Mixed Sex Psychiatric Wards

Heather Clarke, Victorian Women and Mental Health Network. nowhere to be safe: Report of the Victorian Women and Mental Health Network’s project ‘Listening to Women Consumers’ Experiences in Mixed Sex Psychiatric Wards’, (2007) Victorian Women and Mental Health Network, Victoria australia

 

ZERO TOLERANCE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT:
A Safe Admission for Women

Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council. Zero Tolerance for Sexual Assault: A Safe Admission for Women. (2013) Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council (VMIAC). Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Women’s safety matters
advocacy, action and commitment.
A Footprint of 30 years and beyond

Women’s safety matters. Advocacy, action and commitment. A footprint of 30 years and beyond. (2018) Women’s Mental Health Network Victoria (WMHNV). Melbourne, Australia

THE RIGHT TO BE SAFE Ensuring sexual safety in acute mental health inpatient unit sexual safety project report, and service responses.

Mental Health Complaints Commissioner. THE RIGHT TO BE SAFE Ensuring sexual safety in acute mental health inpatient units. sexual safety project report (2018) Victorian Government. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Research Report:
Preventing gender-based violence in mental health inpatient units.

Watson, J., Maylea, C., Roberts, R., Hill, N., & McCallum, S. Preventing gender-based violence in mental health inpatient units (Research report, 01/2020). Australian National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety. To Reduce Violence Against Women and Their Children (ANROWS) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Policy Brief:
Impacts of COVID 19 on women’s mental health and recommendations for action.

Women’s Mental Health Alliance, Impacts of COVID 19 on women’s mental health and recommendations for action. Update October 2020. (2020) Women’s Mental Health Alliance. Victoria, Australia.

Psychiatrists call for women-only mental health facilities in Victoria.

Dr Astha Tomar, Chairwoman of The Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Victorian Branch. Psychiatrists call for women-only mental health facilities in Victoria. 8 Mar 2023 Media release. The Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP)

Call for assistance to research and writing of position papers

Seeking contributions from All disciplines

Academics, students, researchers from tertiary education and other

research organisations. As well as independent researchers.

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