Evaluation of the Civil Law Service for Aboriginal Communities

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Client: Legal Aid NSW

Mark worked with Associate Professor Megan Williams to evaluate the Civil Law Service for Aboriginal Communities, which began in 2013 and has since provided free or low cost legal services to 17 Aboriginal communities throughout NSW and to women in Silverwater Prison. We used Ngaa-bi-nya, an Aboriginal evaluation tool developed by Megan. You can read the evaluation report, a brief summary of the work in Legal Aid NSW’s newsletter, or see the poster¬†we developed for Health Justice Australia’s 2019 conference.

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Agree that GPs do plenty, but also consider that for people with serious mental illness, most care is provided by self, family, friends, nurses, social workers and community teams, with GPs as consultants to them, and psychiatrists often not in the picture https://t.co/6ZFPX8lQwz

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