icare Brain Injury
The icare Brain Injury Psychiatry Program: Telepsychiatry Service 2023-2024
Launching in March 2023, the iBIPP telepsychiatry service is a state-wide NSW pilot program delivered via telehealth. The project is delivered in partnership with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, the University of Sydney Brain and Mind Centre, The NSW Ministry of Health, Northern Sydney Local Health District and Royal Rehab.
For more information or to refer to the service:
The icare Brain Injury Psychiatry Program (iBIPP) 2018-2022
The icare Brain Injury Psychiatry Program (iBIPP) is a world-first brain injury training program for psychiatrists, bridging the gap between mental health and brain injury rehabilitation. Funded by icare NSW, the project was launched in 2019 as a partnership between the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, the University of Sydney Brain and Mind Centre, and Northern Sydney Local Health District.
The project was developed in response to the significant demand and ongoing need for psychiatrists experienced in the area of brain injury to be able to provide brain injury-specific psychiatry services.
Want to know more about psychiatric aspects of brain injury? We have developed an online learning module based on our sold out 2019 Psychiatric Aspects of Brain Injury workshop.