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The NEAT awakens: The Impact of National Emergency Access Targets on family work in ED
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Recording of Victorian Mental Health Social Worker Conference 2017 Keynote address by Euan Donley 'The NEAT awakens: The Impact of National Emergency Access Targets on family work in ED'.
Euan Donley Eastern Health Australia , Box Hill · Psychiatric and Emergency Response Team
Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Social Policy. Euan is a senior social worker. He is known as a clinician and researcher. He has just completed his PhD on risk assessment and management of psychiatric patients in Emergency Departments and is in the nerve-wracking time in between submission of his thesis and awaiting examiner review. This PhD has resulted in numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, along with speaking both nationally and internationally on the topic of risk assessment. He is also a full-time clinician, working with Eastern Health with the Psychiatric and Emergency Department response team.
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