A new national centre has been established called Health Justice Australia, to advocate for partnerships to achieve health and justice outcomes: highlighting best practice, supporting existing and new health justice partnerships and advocating for systemic changes to more effectively meet people’s health and legal needs. Dr Tessa Boyd-Caine is the organisation’s CEO.
The Health Justice Australia website includes a list of health justice partnerships currently operating nationally, with the greatest number apparently throughout Victoria.
A YouTube channel hosted by Health Justice Australia includes a video presentation discussing challenges in establishing health justice partnerships. Other video resources appear on the HJA website.
With thanks to Dr Nicole Woodrow for drawing this development to my attention.