IDVH Presentations

 

The below presentations from the International Domestic Violence and Health Conference only includes those presentations where permission to share was received by the presenters.

 

 
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The above link includes slides from the plenary morning and afternoon sessions as follows:

Click here for a for a full view of the DAY ONE PROGRAM

MORNING

Opening ceremony

Stream 1 Panel - Early intervention in the health sector for all members of the family

Chair: Kelsey Hegarty, University of Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospital

Panel speakers:

  • Claudia Garcia-Moreno, World Health Organization

  • Suchitra Chari, Mental Health social worker and lived experience narrator

  • Jackie Ah Kit, Aboriginal Health, Women’s and Children’s Health Network

  • Elizabeth (Libby) Hindmarsh, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

  • Jane Koziol-McLain, Auckland University of Technology

Stream 1 Q & A Panel - Early intervention in the health sector

Harriet MacMillan, Gene Feder. Marsha Uppill, Rachael Green, Leesa Hooker

AFTERNOON

Stream 2 Panel - Dynamics and complexity of abuse and resilience

Chair: Jo Spangaro, University of New South Wales

Panel speakers:

  • Stephanie Brown, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

  • Fiona, Member of WEAVERS panel

  • Karen Glover, South Australia Health & Medical Research Institute

  • Nancy Glass, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, United States

  • Carmel O’Brien, Psychrespect Melbourne

Stream 1 Paper presentations: Primary Care - List of presenters here

Priority setting exercise and closing reflections

 

 
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Day One - Breakout Presentations

  • Bourke Room 1

    AM: New Zealand Violence Intervention Program. Symposium: Miranda Ritchie, Janet Fanslow, Helen Fraser

    PM: Stream 1 Paper presentations: Hospital response to family violence. List of presenters here

  • Bourke Room 2

    AM: Migrant and refugee women and communities. Symposium. List of presenters here

    PM: Stream 1 Paper presentations: Prevention, Training & Support. List of presenters here

  • Bourke Room 3

    AM: Translating evidence from the Maternal Health Study to inform system reform

    PM: Stream 2 Paper presentations: Dynamics of abuse & resilience. List of presenters here

  • Bayside Room 4a

    AM: Culture, Kinship and Connection: Strong and Safe Families. Q&A Panel: Karen Glover, Amanda Mitchell, Cathy Leane, Donna Weetra

    PM: Stream 2 Paper presentations: Survivor voices. List of presenters here

  • Bayside Room 5

    AM: Women and children with lived experience informing research. Workshop: University of Melbourne’s WEAVERS group

  • PM: Stream 3 Paper presentations: Culture, kinship & connection. List of presenters here

  • Bayside Room 6

    AM: Child-focused practices for working with fathers who use violence. Symposium: Dan Moss, Dom Alford, Nicola Palfrey, David Tully

    PM: Stream 4 Paper presentations: Children & young people. List of presenters here

 

 
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The above link includes slides from the plenary morning and afternoon sessions as follows:

Click here for a for a full view of the DAY TWO PROGRAM

Opening for day two

Stream 3 Panel - Culture, kinship and connection: strong and safe families

Chair: Kerry Arabena, University of Melbourne

Panel speakers:

  • Muriel Bamblett, Victorian Aboriginal Childcare Agency

  • Antoinette Braybrook, Djirra

  • Justin Mohamed, Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People

Stream 4 Panel - Pathways for listening and responding to children, young people and their families

Panel one: Mother-Child Strengthening  

Chair: Cathy Humphreys, University of Melbourne

Panel speakers: Harriet MacMillan (McMaster University), Angela Taft (La Trobe University), Anita Morris (Department of Health and Human Services), and Angelique Jenney (University of Calgary)

Panel two: Working with Fathers who use Violence

Chair: Gene Feder (University of Bristol)

Panel speakers: Katreena Scott (University of Toronto), Gail Gilchrist (King’s College London), David Gallant (University of Melbourne)

Closing Panel: Getting Your Message Out  

Chair: Beth Wilson (Chair, Safer Families CRE Advisory Group)  

Pane speakers: Rosie Batty (Former Australian of the Year 2015), Michele Robinson (Director Evidence to Action, ANROWS), Jess Hill (Investigative Journalist), Jacqui Cameron (University of Melbourne)

Closing reflections and recommendations

 

 
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Day Two - Breakout Presentations

  • Bourke Room 1

    AM: Stream 1 Programs working with women with lived experience. Innovative demonstrations and discussion: List of presenters here

    PM: Stream 4 Group-based interventions for perpetrators. Symposium: List of presenters here

  • Bourke Room 2

    AM: Stream 2 Reproductive coercion and sexual violence. Symposium: List of presenters here

    PM: Stream 4 Global perspectives on evaluating Domestic Violence programs. Symposium; List of presenters here

  • Bourke Room 3

    AM: Stream 2 Supporting safety: women & children with disability leaving violence. Workshop: List of presenters here

    PM: Stream 2 LGBTIQ+ Intimate partner & family violence practice. Workshop; Kate Foord, Queerspace, Drummond

  • Bayside Room 4a

    AM: Stream 1 Addressing intimate partner violence in health settings. Workshop: Lisa James, Futures Without Violence, Nancy Glass,

    PM: Stream 1 Technological pathways and response tools. Innovative demonstrations and discussion: List of presenters here

  • Bayside Room 5

    AM: Stream 3 Early Intervention Programs harness cultural strength. Workshop: List of presenters here

    PM: Stream 3 Indigenous youth voices. Workshop: List of presenters here

  • Bayside Room 6

    AM: Stream 4 Listening and Responding to Children and Young People. Symposium: Anita Morris, Katie Lamb

    PM: Stream 4 Health justice partnerships. Workshop: Lottie Turner, Health Justice Australia