MHCC CEO & Senior Managers Forum - Friday 24th May 2019

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Figtree Conference Centre

5 Figtree Drive

Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127

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MHCC invites CEOs and Senior Managers to our first CEO & Senior Managers Forum for 2019. As always, there is a lot happening and our forums are a great way to stay informed about recent developments and connect with your peers.

The Forum will hear from NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commissioner Graeme Head AO on the role of the agency, and NSW Mental Health Commissioner Catherine Lourey will consult for the mid-term review of Living Well: A Strategic Plan for Mental Health in NSW.

Julie Sturgess, Chief Executive, North Coast Primary Health Network will also be discussing how to engage effectively with Primary Health Networks (PHNs).

Join us for a light lunch after the proceedings and the chance to catch up with other leaders in the sector.

The details of the forum are as follows:

Date: 24 May 2019
Registration:9.00am
Forum:9.30am – 12.00pm
Lunch: 12.00pm-12.30pm
Venue: Figtree Conference Centre
5 Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park

PLEASE NOTE: This is a members event and organisations need to be current members to attend. Not currently a member? Join here

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5 Figtree Drive

Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127

Australia

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Organiser Mental Health Coordinating Council

Organiser of MHCC CEO & Senior Managers Forum - Friday 24th May 2019

Mental Health Coordinating Council is the peak body championing community mental health in New South Wales.

Through our advocacy, capacity building and policy leadership we support a sustainable community managed sector and improve lives of people living with mental health conditions.

We have been supporting community-based organisations to deliver services to people with mental health issues, their families and carers for nearly 40 years.

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