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Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative (AIMhi)

Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative (AIMhi)

This project aimed to improve outcomes for remote Indigenous clients of mental health services in remote Top End communities over five years. Two key interventions were planned over the five years: development of two-way mental health promotion resources (for health professionals, clients and carers) and development of new approaches to service delivery.

The primary objectives of the AIMhi project were:

The Northern Territory project entailed:

The Lowitja Institute funded the updating of training resources (completed July 2011).

Related resources:
Project leader

Tricia Nagel (Menzies School of Health Research) and David Kavanagh (University of Queensland)

Administering institution:

Menzies School of Health Research