Bringing Gove Together

Health worker abuse awareness course

WORKSHOP TIMETABLE 2010

Responding to Child Abuse & Neglect:
What Primary Health Care Practitioners
Need to Know
 
Watch out for specific details of workshops closer to the dates.
 
For further information and expressions of interest please contact:
Project Administration Officer
Centre for Remote Health
Telephone: (08) 8951 4790 or e-mail:
barbara.rittner@flinders.edu.au
Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect: What Primary Health Care Practitioners Need to Know
Aims of this Short Course:
Health professionals frequently experience complex ethical and
professional dilemmas when forming an opinion about child abuse
and neglect. This course is specifically designed for health
professionals who work in remote clinical practice and in regional
primary health care services.
 
Who Should Attend?
Doctors, remote area nurses, midwives, allied health professionals,
Aboriginal health workers, pharmacists, managers and support
staff employed in primary health care settings and whose work
brings them into contact with children and young people.
This course is funded by the Office for Aboriginal & Torres Strait
Islander Health (OATSIH).
 
Travel & Accommodation Reimbursement available
The cost is FREE to all participants. Employing organisations of
Primary Health Care staff are eligible for reimbursement of travel
and accommodation costs following staff completion of this 2 day
short course.
 
Course Facilitator
Nettie Flaherty, Senior Lecturer: Child Protection
Centre for Remote Health
 

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