"The Mental Health Pathways in Practice has a simple and compelling premise: to motivate and inspire every clinician working in mental health to be the best they can be," Jacqui Cross, Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer, NSW Health.
Mental Health Pathways in Practice (MHPiP) is a stimulating program that harnesses the power of on-the-job sharing and collaboration to ensure all nurses & allied health working in mental health can easily and efficiently stay up to date with information, enhance working relationships with colleagues, and strengthen mental health literacy and confidence.
Mental Health Pathways in Practice looks to the future of mental health care. If you've ever asked yourself 'How can I be the best I can be for people with lived experience of mental illness?' MHPiP is for you.
The program content is suitable for novices through to experienced mental health staff and is delivered in a variety of educational styles, including online, face to face and point of care.
MHPiP is a collaborative development between the Nursing and Midwifery Office, the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) and all Local Health Districts and Specialty Networks (LHD/SNs).
For any questions visit our FAQs page.
The NSWNMA Bob Fenwick Mentoring Grants Program was developed in 2011, in recognition of Mr Fenwick's long service to mental health nursing and the important role he played in mentoring less-experienced nurses.
Applications will be open to registered nurses who want a unique opportunity to further their mental health nursing career by participating in this innovative Program. Applications open 1 Feb 2022.
As the Principal Advisor of Mental Health Nursing, Beaver:
MHPiP HETI Page