Research library

Our online library of research and evaluations

The Neami Health Prompt is a physical health screening resource developed by Neami National in response to the physical health needs of individuals accessing Neami services. The resource was developed with the primary purpose of supporting health conversations between staff and consumers. This is the final report of a 6-month Health Prompt Review.

Neami National

This document tells the story of Neami National and Sunrise Health working together to establish a mental health support service in Ngukurr—a remote Aboriginal Community in the Northern Territory.

Neami National, University of Western Australia

Neami are undertaking this study to explore the effectiveness of a program that has been developed to support people living with mental health difficulties to reduce or quit smoking.

Neami National and University of Wollongong

Peer Health Coaching is a one-on-one program where peer support workers trained in Peer Health Coaching provide six health focused coaching sessions to support people living with mental illness to achieve their identified physical health goals.

Neami National and University of Western Australia

Neami researchers are partnering with University of Western Australia Research Fellow Dr Hanh Ngo to undertake an evaluation of the Joondalup Mental Health Step Up Step Down (JMHSS) service.

Neami National and Deakin University

Neami National is in an optimal position to examine, support and promote health literacy amongst consumers and staff.

The University of Melbourne, Mental Health Community Support Services (MHCSS), Neami, The Victorian Government. Principle Investigator: Professor Jane Pirkis

This project involves seven inter-related studies designed to evaluate the appropriateness, effectiveness and efficiency of Victoria's Prevention and Recovery Care Services (PARCS)

Cancer Council NSW & NSW Government Health

There is a critical need to explore strategies for increasing the provision of smoking cessation support in mental health services through organisational change and capacity building exercises.

Victorian Aboriginal Health Service, University of Melbourne & Deakin University

Wadamba Wilam is an intensive outreach support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experiencing homelessness and mental health problems in the Darebin and Whittlesea regions of Melbourne. Recently staff from Wadamba Wilam approached psychologist Graham Gee with an interest in using the Aboriginal Resilience and Recovery Questionnaire (ARRQ) as a culturally sensitive strengths based assessment tool.

Neami National and Sydney University

The project will describe the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of employment support as implemented within Neami (i.e. IPS informed by the CRM) and will capture outcomes of job acquisition, employment duration, hours worked per week, total hours and wages, service intensity, and days to first job.