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Gippsland Learning and Knowledge Exchange Dialogues 2018

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Australian Childhood Foundation

26-28 Tarwin Street

Morwell, VIC 3825

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Trauma Aware - what’s next

Gippsland Learning & Knowledge Exchange Dialogues

The Gippsland Collaborative Centre for Innovation, Research and Practice - an initiative of the Inner Gippsland Children and Youth Area Partnership, is hosting the Learning and Knowledge Exchange Dialogue for 2018. This is one of the sessions:

24 July 2018

Trauma Aware - what’s next

This workshop will hear from three specialist about the latest thinking and research in the following areas;

  • what comes next after being trauma aware

  • is trauma informed practice just a three word slogan

  • human services workers’ perspectives on traumatic stress and keeping their own children in mind

The presentations from research and researchers will be followed by a panel discussion about how the innovations and research might be integrated within Gippsland services.

This will be followed with the Graduation of Gippsland’s Students Grad Certificate in Developmental Trauma.

Presenters

  • Dr Joe Tucci : CEO of the Australian Childhood Foundation
  • Annette Jackson: Gippsland Regional Director Berry Street
  • Alison Fonseca: Children and Youth Area Partnerships PhD Researcher

Cost Free, registrations essential

Information E: Research.Innovation@federation.edu.au P: 5122 6489

About The Gippsland Collaborative Centre for Innovation, Research and Practice has a vision of advancing and applying research and evidence to improve outcomes for children, young people and families within our local community.

The Learning and Knowledge Exchange Dialogues 2018 are a series of events to build a shared understanding of evidence and best practice across sectors. They aim to:

  • facilitate strong engagement and collaboration between researchers, service providers, practitioners and the community
  • support the development and diffusion of a stronger evidence base
  • capture innovative programs
  • promote a shared understanding of good quality evidence and best practice across sectors.

The sessions:

  • are interactive to enable ample opportunity for participation, discussion and exploration of the practical application of learning in practice
  • focus on building and nurturing the relationships between those who produce research and those who might use research knowledge to enable an exchange of information, ideas and experience.
  • integral to the exchange is to build capacity to use research knowledge and to ensure that research is relevant to the needs

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Australian Childhood Foundation

26-28 Tarwin Street

Morwell, VIC 3825

Australia

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