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2016

Flint, J. (2016, November). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part I. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

Hambledon, R., Lee, J. & Gawlik, N. (2016, February). Using Universal Screening to Uncover the Hidden Harm from Family Violence in Gambling Services. Poster presented at the Inaugural National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children. Melbourne, Victoria.

Hartmann, N., & Park S. (2016, January). A mentoring programme for young adoptees. Presentation to the Redefining Families Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

Juuk B. (2016, September). Family dispute resolution from South Sudanese perspectives. Presentation to the National Mediation Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Lee. J. (2016). Are we actually doing more for families affected by family and domestic violence? (2016, March, 2). Retrieved from the Australian Institute of Family Studies Child Family Community Australia website https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/2016/03/02/are-we-actually-doing-more-families-affected-family-and-domestic-violence.

Lee, J. (2016, July). Ten ways to help parents after separation. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2016, July). Universal screening as a practice in practise. Presentation to the Family on Safety: Risk Management in Practise Forum. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2016, July). The politics of wellbeing. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee. J., & Ralfs. C. (2016, February). If you ask, clients will tell you: The case for Universal and Holistic Screening in Family Relationship Service. Poster presentation to the Inaugural National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children. Melbourne, Victoria.

Lockwood, D. (2016, June). It’s not rocket science, but it is brain development: Building a trauma-informed approach in a community setting. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Manariyo M, Ndi S and Oudih E. (2016 September). The Success Factors of ‘Know Your Hepatitis B’ Campaign within African Communities in South Australia. Poster presentation at the Viral Hepatitis Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

McIntosh, J., Lee, J., & Ralfs, C.R. (2016). The Family Law DOORS: Research and practice updates. Family Matters, 98, 34-41.

McIntosh, J., Wells, Y., & Lee, J. (2016). Development and Validation of the Family Law DOORS. Psychological Assessment, 28(11), 1516-1522. DOI: 10.1037/pas0000277

Muirhead, J. (2016, July). Increasing the Quality of Couple Relationships. Presentation to the Australian Federation of Civil Celebrants. Adelaide, South Australia.

Oudih, E. (2016, June). South Australian Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility CoPAHM SA. Presentation to the SiREN (Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses) Symposium – Innovation in Practice. Perth, Western Australia.

Oudih, E. (2016, July). Addressing HIV stigma and discrimination: an important public health priority to prevent HIV in newly-arrived CALD populations in South Australia. Presentation to the AIDS Conference. Durban, South Africa.

Oudih, E. (2016, September). Cross Cultural Engagement Matters – Communities Responding to Hepatitis B. Presentation to the Viral Hepatitis Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Ralfs, C., & Lee, J. (2016, August). Breadth, depth and universality in whole of family risk screening: Putting the Family Law DOORS into practice. Paper presented to the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Australian Chapter Third Annual Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.

Rohrsheim, D. (2016, May). Child-Focused Practice. Poster presentation to the Child Aware Approaches Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.

Rorsheim, D., & Lockwood, D. (2016, July). Pirates and caterpillars: Creating safety and supporting wellbeing of children experiencing homelessness using therapeutic groups in schools. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D. (2016, August). Child Focused Practice Online: Changing paradigms and building capacity to meet the needs of children. Presentation to the International Child and Youth Care Network together with International Federation of Educative Communities. Vienna, Austria.

Salih N. (2016, November).  Gendered Violence and HIV within the multicultural context. Power Presentation at 2016 Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Salih N. (2016, November). Development of CALD focused HIV peer support model. Poster presentation at 2016 HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Siviour, C. & Henderson, I. (2016, June). Child focus practice online learning course. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Skirrow, A. (2016, June). Contained Stories: An expressive intervention for cross-cultural use harnessing the therapeutic power of storytelling. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Stott, J. (2016, November).  Sound Partnership House: non-government partnership model based on J. Gottman’s relationships research. Presentation at the Psychology of Relationships Interest Group Annual conference. Queensland University, Queensland.

Stott J., O’Connor R., Davidson S., Buckley K., Cresswell T., & Fordham S, et al. (2016, July). Empowerment: Early intervention addressing family violence. Presentation to the Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Trenorden N. (2016, June). Cross cultural trauma informed expressive arts therapy for work with young refugees. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Zeitz J. (2016, July). Executive self-regulation and opportunities for learning, friendship and employment. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Flint, J. (2016, November). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part I. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

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