Closing date EXTENDED: 9am, Friday 23 September 2022
Do you have lived experience of accessing Queensland Health’s mental health and alcohol and other drugs services?
The Mental Health and Addiction Portal (MHAP) is a statewide data warehouse that brings together data from a number of separate software applications and provides the capability for enhanced clinical and business decision support, analysis, reporting and access to information related to Queensland’s mental health and alcohol and other drug services and consumers.
The Mental Health and Addiction Portal (MHAP) Working Group has been established to provide direction and facilitate the program of work associated with the ongoing development, maintenance and use of MHAP to align with the Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch (MHAODN) Digital Information Strategy which provides strategic direction for digital transformation over the next five years.
One consumer or carer representative with lived experience and recent engagement with services in the public or private sector of mental health and alcohol and other drugs services is invited to participate in this working group. You will have the opportunity to inform and guide the program of work associated with the ongoing development, maintenance and use of their data warehouse solution.
As a working group member, you do not need to have a technical understanding of the infrastructure required to deliver the MHAP. Representatives with lived experience are sought to provide a lived experience perspective on information you feel is important for Queensland Health to include when analysing and presenting data, when considering privacy and confidentiality topics and to help provide insights to help improve services, experiences and outcomes.