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Establishing an effective peer workforce
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Establishing an effective peer workforce
A literature review


Prepared for the Frankston Mornington Peninsula Mental Health Alliance
by the Mind Australia Research, Development & Advocacy Unit
Tori Bell, Graham Panther & Sarah Pollock

The purpose of this literature review is to provide a review of the evidence base for developing an effective, sustainable peer workforce for the Frankston Mornington Peninsula Mental Health Alliance. This review will assist FMPMHA to plan for the development of a peer workforce, in line with FMPMHA’s work plan for the Development of a Peer Support Workforce project.

In so doing, the following areas will be addressed:

  • Frameworks for peer work drawn from world leading practice
  • Types of peer roles, including education, advocacy, direct support and others
  • Role definition and competencies for peer workers
  • Career structures and advancement for peer workers
  • Good practice in training, supervision and management of peer workers
  • Models of peer work/practice, and examples of peer practice across clinical and community settings






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Bianca Childs (bchilds)
Submitted On:
27 Jan 2016
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Submitted On:
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