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  • IIMHL - IKEN-MH
    into their services The advancement of promising medical discoveries into clinical practice is inefficient with estimates suggesting an average 17 year time lag for 14 per cent of research to be translated into clinical practice 2 That is there is a substantial gap from the time new knowledge is created to when it is used in practice 3 However there is limited understanding of effective ways of rapidly bringing new knowledge into mental health services Decreasing this knowledge to action gap is of vital importance to the field of mental health It has the potential to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the mental health care system and the lives of those with lived experience their families and caregivers The field of knowledge translation exchange has emerged in response to this gap Knowledge exchange is about the mechanisms that support the effective uptake of evidence into practice in ways that result in better health outcomes Knowledge exchange involves mutual learning through the process of planning producing disseminating and applying existing or new knowledge to enhance services and the well being of its users What is knowledge translation This is sometimes described as closing the gap between what we know and what we do Knowledge translation involves bringing together people who create knowledge and people who use knowledge for example family caregivers peer support workers mental health professionals addictions counsellors and policy makers to find new and effective ways to put into practice what has been learned to improve people s health 4 The Sydney Declaration Many other national agencies in IIMHL countries are interested in collaborating to enhance evidence informed practices across countries For example the Australian National Mental Health Commission has released a declaration by international national and state mental health commissioners confirming their commitment to address five priority areas of mental health 5 The declaration is an outcome of a meeting the National Mental Health Commission hosted in Sydney in March which was attended by representatives from the Mental Health Commissions of Australia Canada Ireland Scotland New Zealand and the United States as well as each Australian state and territory The Sydney Declaration outlines opportunities for collaboration to support and drive change and shared commitments on indigenous mental health seclusion and restraint work and mental health knowledge exchange international benchmarking The President and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada Ms Louise Bradley said This agreement gives international importance to promoting mental health in the workplace and knowledge exchange two focus areas the Mental Health Commission of Canada has worked hard to move forward The Commission is committed to supporting the principles put forward in the Sydney Declaration and to continued collaboration to promote excellence and create change Opportunities for ongoing dialogue will continue in Perth in July for Australian based organisations followed by a meeting in the United Kingdom in June 2014 during the next International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership s international exchange programme and network event Building on other work Although still in its

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  • IIMHL - Special Articles
    Out The Most Significant Changes In History For The NHS Author David Robinson IIMHL Operations Manager NZ Friends Of The MHFA Program Newsletter July 2010 Author Mental Health First Aid MHFA Training And Research Program Transport Mental Health The Views Of 87 People With Mental Health Problems On Transport And Bus Passes In The Highlands Author HUG Action for Mental Health History and Outcomes of the Peer Support Project in Maricopa County Arizona Author Lisa Eman St George Arizona State University Summary of Key Points from Round Table Discussion on Social Inclusion at the Network Meeting in Brisbane March 2009 Author Janet Peters IIMHL Project Director NZ 2009 IIMHL Evaluation Report Results of the Survey of the Participants in the 2009 IIMHL Leadership Exchange and Network Meeting Author Janet Peters IIMHL Project Director NZ ACMHA ARM CHAIR REFLECTIONS Training the Next Generation of U S and Global Mental Health Leaders Competencies and Needed Actions Author Richard H Beinecke DPA ACSW Associate Professor Suffolk University Department of Public Management Healthcare Leadership Training Programs and Competencies for Mental Health Health Public Administration and Business in Seven Countries Author Richard H Beinecke DPA ACSW Associate Professor Suffolk University Department of Public Management Healthcare

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  • IIMHL - IIMHL Best Practice Videos and Webinars
    Short Video Discussing the Future of Mental Health June 2014 Dublin Dialogues Long Video Discussing the Future of Mental Health April 2014 Making it Happen Wraparound Milwaukee March 2014 Professor Harold Pincus Establishing an international benchmarking framework Mark Smith Te Pou Outcomes indicators and benchmarking in New Zealand Jan 2014 IIMHL IKEN MH Nicholas Watters Presentation Presentations made in Sweden Sept 2013 Milwaukee Wraparound presentations made in Sweden 1 Coordinated

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  • IIMHL - IIMHL Best Practice Videos and Webinars
    June 2014 Dublin Dialogues Short Video Discussing the Future of Mental Health June 2014 Dublin Dialogues Long Video Discussing the Future of Mental Health April 2014 Making it Happen Wraparound Milwaukee March 2014 Professor Harold Pincus Establishing an international benchmarking framework Mark Smith Te Pou Outcomes indicators and benchmarking in New Zealand Jan 2014 IIMHL IKEN MH Nicholas Watters Presentation Presentations made in Sweden Sept 2013 Milwaukee Wraparound presentations made

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