Dr Tessa Boyd-Caine, founding CEO of the national centre of excellence for health justice partnership, ill step down as CEO at the end of January 2024.
We’re thrilled to announce Michael Broadhead as our new Board Chair, replacing Fiona McLeay.
Team HJA recently headed to Western Australia for an all-day symposium on health justice partnership.
Our research team has been working with mental health organisation Neami to help them bring legal help to their consumers and increase staff capability to respond when these issues arise.
Health Justice Australia’s report examines how placing a lawyer into a healthcare team can help services respond better to domestic and family violence.
Federal Government provides funding for health justice partnerships in $17 million Women’s Safety Package extension
Health justice partnerships have been named in the Federal Budget 2021 as an approach to provide access to legal and mental health support for women experiencing domestic and family violence.