Access to allied psychological services programme evaluations
The Access to Alied Psychological Services programme is a national initiative to improve access to focussed psychological strategies for consumers with symptoms of anxiety and depression.
To evaluate the services in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven to assess to what extent service objectives were achieved.
Qualitative and quantitative methods were used including interviews, patient surveys and audit of service data.
Vagholkar, S, Hare L, Hasan I, Zwar N, and Perkins D. (2006) Better access to psychology services in primary mental health care: an evaluation. Australian Health Review, 2006, 30, 2, 196-202, ISSN 0156-5788.