Presentations


2017 presentations

  • Anderson, A. & Bromfield. L. 'The Royal Commission’s Research Agenda'. Academy of Social Sciences Australia Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse Workshop, April 2017,Melbourne.
  • Arney, F. Presentation on the Early Intervention Research Directorate (EIRD) case file reviews research, at the Child protection and domestic violence: Meeting the challenges of collaboration symposium, presented by ANROWS and the South Australian Department for Child Protection, 23 October 2017, Adelaide.
  • Arney, F. Presentation to the Adelaide Youth Court Judiciary focussing on the work of the Australian Centre for Child Protection and new findings in child protection research, 13 June 2017, Adelaide. 
  • Arney, F and Gibson, C. 'Collaborative Practice', Cross Sector Orientation Workshop , 25 May 2017, Alice Springs.
  • Bromfield, L. 'The Impact of Domestic Violence on Mothers, Babies and Young Children’ Murray Bridge 25 October 2017.
  • Bromfield, L.  'Earliest intervention. What are we really talking about?' Presentation at the NAPCAN Play Your Part Awards, Adelaide, 6 September, 2017.
  • Bromfield, L., & Anderson, A. 'Future research into child sexual abuse in institutional contexts' Academy of Social Sciences Australia Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse Workshop, April 2017, Melbourne.
  • Bromfield, L. & Parkinson, S. 'Neglect: It’s causes and consequences and practice implications'. NSW FACS Research to Practice Forum,  9 May 2017, Sydney
  • Bromfield, L., Salveron, M and Main, J. 'Strengthening what works for children: Aligning target group, theory of change and program components to outcomes', Child Family Community Australia Webinar, 24 May 2017.
  • Flaherty, R. 'Child-at-risk electronic medical record alert',  2017 Child Aware Approaches Conference, 13 June 2017 Brisbane.
  • Gibson, C. 'Achievements of the Child Aware Local initiative', Child Aware Approaches Conference, 15-16 May 2017, Brisbane.
  • Herbert, J., Invited half-day workshop 'Are We Doing a Better Job? – Evaluating the Child Advocacy Model', with the Canadian Department of Justice, and associated Child and Youth Advocacy Centres. 6 February 2017, Toronto Canada.
  • Herbert, J., 'Better Together? Findings of a Three Year Program of Research on Multi-Agency Teams Responding to Child Abuse',  San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment. 2nd February 2017, San Diego, USA.
  • Walsh, W and Herbert, J., 'All Together Now: Variations in the Characteristics of Children's Advocacy Centers and Their Importance to Effective Inter-Agency Collaboration'San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment. 2nd February 2017, San Diego, USA.

2016 presentations

2015 presentations

  • Arney, F, 'Keynote Address- Child Protection is Everyone's Business', Keeping Children Safe, Together | A Child Protection Symposium.  Hosted by the South Australian Council of Social Service (SACOSS), 8 December 2015, North Adelaide.
  • Arney, F, 'Keynote Address', Communities for Children Annual Conference. December 2015, Adelaide.
  • Arney, F, 'Keynote Address', Vibrant Sector, Capable Workers, Stronger Kids-Supporting Aboriginal child and young people to have the best possible future conference, Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec). 24-25 November 2015, Coffs Harbour, NSW
  • Arney, F, 'Keynote Address- For children’s sake! What we need to do to prevent violence against children in Australia'. Prevention of Violence Against Children: Research, Policy and Practice Symposium, Children and Youth Research Centre, 17-18 November, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
  • Arney, F, ‘Keynote Address’, 3rd National Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect: Collaboration – Communities, Government and Non-Government Organisations Working Together, Children: A Resource Most Precious 2015 Conference, 24-26 June 2015, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Arney, F, ‘Research Leadership Forum’, Top Researcher Event with Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice President: Research and Innovation Prof Tanya Monro, Adelaide, 16 March 2015.
  • Arney, F, Presentation for Child Aware Local Approaches (CALI), Seaford Ecumenical Centre, Seaford, SA, 05 May 2015
  • Blacklock, S., Arney, F., Menzies, K., Bonser, G., Hayden, P. (April 2015) Growing Our Spirit: Supporting the Recruitment of Community-Based Carers for Australian Aboriginal children, BASPCAN Conference 2015, Edinburgh.
  • Gibson, C, Karen Fitzgerald Oration - Panel member, Reflective practice, 24th June 2015.
  • Gibson, C, Winter School AOD conference – Presenter – Creating service-wide impact in partnership Gibson, C and S McLean, Winter School AOD conference – Co-presenter with Sara McLean – Family sensitive practice in AOD services
  • Herbert, J. 19th May – 29th May: Working from Crimes Against Children Research Centre, University of New Hampshire. Hosted by Associate Professor Wendy Walsh. Meetings with Lisa Jones, Kaitlin Lounsbury, Kimberly Mitchell, Ann Shattuck, Heather Turner, and Janis Wolak from the CaCRC., USA.
  • Herbert, J. 10th – 12th June – One Child, Many Hands: A Multidisciplinary Conference on Child Welfare, USA
  • Herbert, J. 31st – 3rd June – National Children’s Alliance Leadership Conference – Washington D.C., USA.
  • Herbert. J. (2015). Multi-Agency Responses to Child Abuse: Research Agenda. Presentation at Parkerville Children & Youth Care Staff Meeting, Perth 13th May.
  • Herbert, J. (2015). Evaluating multi-disciplinary responses to child abuse. Children A Resource Most Precious, Perth 24th – 26th June.
  • McDougall, S, ‘Addressing the “neglect of neglect”: Understanding child neglect and potential actions for prevention and early intervention”, G200 Youth Forum, Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany. 29 April – 3 May 2015.
  • McLean, S., Gibson, C., (2015) ‘No one size fits all – treatment across the life span’, Sofitel Brisbane, 23 July 2015.
  • Salveron, M. ‘Western Australian ‘Signs of Safety’ Program of Research’, BASPCAN, 20 April 2015.
  • Octoman, O., Arney, F., & Bromfield, L. (2015, 31st Mar) Repeat involvement with child protection: A review of the literature, 14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Salveron, M., Arney, F. The implementation of Signs of Safety within the Western Australian Department for Child Protection and Family Support. British Association for the Prevention and Study of Child Abuse and Neglect Congress, 12-15th April 2015, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Salveron, M., Arney, F. Understanding the Signs of Safety Theory of Change and comparing outcomes for children pre and post Signs of Safety. British Association for the Prevention and Study of Child Abuse and Neglect Congress, 12-15th April 2015, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

2014 presentations

  • Angharad, C. & Gibson, C. (2014, 31 March-1 April). 'My Kids and Me: Building capacity in the parents of at-risk children', Families Australia Child Aware Approaches - Promoting child and family wellbeing and safety , 31 March - 1 April 2014, Melbourne.
  • Arney, F. (2014, 4 Feb). 'Uncommon common approaches: working aspirationally and inspirationally to support our most vulnerable children and young people: Inaugral Guest Orator Professor Fiona Arney'. Followed by a Panel Discussion focused on Collaborative Practice by Representatives of Key Interagency Partners in Child Protection. The Karen Fitzgerald Fund Oration. Presented by Karen Fitzgerald Fund for Children and Young People in conjunction with The Flinders Medical Centre Foundation. View the flyer.
  • Blacklock, S., Arney, F., Menzies, K., Bonser, G., & Hayden, P. ( 2014, 18-20 August) 'Transforming evidence and practice to promote connection for Aboriginal children, their families and communities', Association of Children's Welfare Agencies Conference 2014, Sydney.
  • Blacklock, S., Arney, F., Menzies, K., Bonsier, G., Hayden, P. (2014, 18-20 August) 'Emerging Practice - Stronger Ways with Aboriginal children, families and workers', Association of Children's Welfare Agencies Conference 2014, Sydney.
  • Francis, H. (2014, 9 May) 'Ensuring the visibility of the child' presentation delivered at the SA Family Law Pathways Forum, Adelaide.
  • Francis, H. (2014, 21 May) 'Building Skills and Knowledge', a facilitated workshop delivered at the Child and Family Welfare Association, in partnership with the Department of Education and Child Development, Adelaide.
  • Francis, H. (accepted - 2014, 9-12 July) 'Policy to Place-Based Practice: "Child and family senstivie practice" in adult specialist sectors; responding to evidence that parental problems are high risk factors for children', Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development: Promoting social and economic equality, 9 - 12 July 2014, Melbourne. Visit the conference website.
  • Francis, H. & Banders, A (2014, 10 April) 'Family Focus Practice Training' - a full day workshop hosted by AnglicareSA, Adelaide.
  • Francis, H. & Gibson, C. (2014, 31 March) 'Joining the dots to promote child wellbeing and safety by connecting national initiatives', Families Australia Child Aware Approaches - Promoting child and family wellbeing and safety, 31 March - 1 April 2014, Melbourne. Learn more.
  • Francis, H. & Gibson, C. (accepted - 2014, 01 April) 'Supporting practitioners' engagement with parents with multiple and complex needs to improve child wellbeing: eLearning', Families Australia Child Aware Approaches - Promoting child and family wellbeing and safety, 31 March - 1 April 2014, Melbourne. Learn more.
  • Gibson, C. & Francis, H. (accepted - 2014, 14-17 September) 'Protecting and Nurturing Children: Building Capacity in services, Building Bridges between services to make a difference for vulnerable children',  ISPCAN conference, Nagora, Japan.
  • Gibson, C. (accepted - 2014, 30 July - 1 August) Convenor and discussant: symposium topic "Transformation in the way families with multiple and complex needs are served by all human services: meeting the challenge", AIFS conference, Melbourne.
  • Gibson, C., Francis, H. Templeman, D., Lappin, S. & Christophers, S. (accepted - 2014, 30 July - 1 August) Symposium presenters: Topic "Transformation in the way families with multiple and complex needs are served by all human services: meeting the challenge", presenting 'In Policy', 'The Homelessness Sector', 'Within organisations', 'Supporting practitioners', AIFS conference, Melbourne.
  • Gibson, C. (2014, 5 February) delivered lecture on Diffusion of Innovation to UniSA Social Work students, Magill campus.
  • Gibson, C. & Lotto, K. (2014, 14-15 April) 'Assessing vulnerable children's health needs via school and community collaboration', Linking Up for Kids Conference, 14-15 April 2014, Menzies Hotel, Sydney.
  • Gibson, C., & Francis, H. (accepted - 2014, 20 August) 'Supervision for safety', Association of Children's Welfare Agencies Conference 2014, 18- 20 August, Sydney. 
  • Scott, D. (2014, 14 February) Facilitated full day workshop titled 'Keeping focused on fragile families in turbulent times' as part of Protecting and Nurturing Children, Building Capacity Building Bridges initiative in partnership with Anglicare NT, Alice Springs. Workshop attracted 98 participantsacross the health and social services sector.

 2013 presentations

  • Bromfield, L. & Guthridge, S. (2013, 10-13 Nov). Trends in child abuse and neglect in the Northern Territory (1999-2010). 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect, Melbourne.
  • Bromfield, L., Salveron, M. & Turnell, A. (2013, 5-7 Nov). Why do you need a theory of change? The Signs of Safety child protection practice framework. Family Relationships Services Australia Conference, Canberra.
  • Francis, H. & Arney, F. (2013) From policy to place-based practice: Seeing and hearing the child in adult specialist services, IPSCAN 13th Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect 15-18th September, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Francis, H. & Gibson, C. (April 2013) Who needs a Child and Family Sensitive Practice workshop, Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne 11-12 April 2013.
  • Francis, H. & White, M. (Nov 2012) Child and Family Sensitive Practice: an AOD case study in Children Community Connections Conference, Adelaide 15-16th November 2012.
  • Gibson, C. (Nov 2013) Enhancing the safety of vulnerable children by improving inter-professional communication. Australasian Conference of Child Abuse and Neglect Melbourne
  • Gibson, C.  & Francis, H. (Nov 2013) Child and family sensitive practice: a response to evidence that parental problems are risk factors for children. Australasian Conference of Child Abuse and Neglect Melbourne
  •  Gibson, C. & Francis, H. (Nov 2013) Child and family sensitive practice: a workshop for all sectors? FRSA National Conference  Investing in Families and Communities Canberra
  • Iannos, M. (May 2013) ‘Evidence informed practice in intensive family support programs – are we there yet?’ Webinar presented for Australian Institute of Family Studies – Child, Family, Community Australia, 21st May 2013.
  • Morgan, B., Horwood, S., White, M. & Francis, H. (Nov 2012) Child aware supervision field testing, Children Community Connections Conference, Adelaide 15-16th November 2012.
  • McDougall, S., & McLean. (accepted) Interventions for children prenatally exposed to alcohol: A review of the literature, 13th Australian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Melbourne, Australia. 10th-13th November.
  • McDougall, S., & McLean, S. (accepted) The contribution of child maltreatment to social phobia: a review of the published literature from 2002-2013, 13th Australian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Melbourne, Australia. 10th-13th November.
  • McDougall, S. & McLean, S. (accepted) Interventions for children prenatally exposed to alcohol: A review of the literature, the Australasian Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Conference. Brisbane, Australia. 19-20th November.
  • McDougall, S., & McLean, S. (2013) Interventions for children prenatally exposed to alcohol: A review of the literature presented at the 8th International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) Latin American International Conference. 6-9th October. Vina Del Mar, Chile.
  • McDougall, S., & McLean, S. (2013) What is the contribution of childhood maltreatment to the development of social anxiety disorder? Poster presentation at the 8th ISPCAN Latin American International Conference. Vina Del Mar, Chile. 6th-9th October.
  • McDougall, S., McLean, S. & DeGregorio, L. (accepted) A systematic review of executive functions of maltreated children: implications for out-of-home care, 13th Australian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Melbourne, Australia. 10th-13th November.
  • McLean, S. (2013, July 30th) ‘Child maltreatment, cognitive vulnerabilities and youth offending: functional challenges.’ Youth Justice Research Forum. Youth Justice Leadership Group, Department of Communities and Social Inclusion.
  • McLean, S. (2013, July 3rd). ‘Attachment theory and foster care: What attachment theory can and can’t tell us’. Temporary Family Team Leadership Group, ACT and NSW, Barnados Australia.
  • McLean, S. (2013, June 27) (Keynote Address) Disruptive and Challenging Behaviour in Out-of-Home Care: A functional Approach. Inaugural Out-of-home Care Summit, Melbourne, June 27-28th.
  • McLean, S. (2013, April 23rd). ‘Challenging behaviour amongst children in care: What does it mean?’ Find a Family Team Leadership Group, NSW. Barnados Australia.
  • McLean, S. & Octoman, O. (2013, 10-13 Nov). Challenging behaviour in foster care: A systematic review of supports, 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • McLean, S. & Parkinson, S. (2013, May 22) (Symposium) ‘The impact of maltreatment on cognitive and language development: What does early neurobiological adversity mean for youth justice workers?’ Symposium in partnership with Associate Professor Pamela Snow (School of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University). Australasian Youth Justice Conference (AIC), Canberra, May 20-22.
  • Octoman, O. & Bromfield, L. (2013, 10-13 Nov). Chronic maltreatment: Findings from a longitudinal cohort study using child protection data. 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect, Melbourne.
  • Octoman, O.McLean, S. (2013, 10-13 Nov) Challenging behavior in foster care: what supports do foster carers want?, 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Octoman, O. & McLean, S. (2013, Sept 16th) Foster carers views about behaviours that cause problems in
    foster care. 13th International Society Prevention Child Abuse and Neglect. Dublin, UK.
  • Parkinson, S. (2013, 20-22 May). “What impact does FASD have on the juvenile justice system?” Presented as part of a symposium titled “The impact of maltreatment on cognitive and language development: What does early neurobiological adversity mean for youth justice workers?” with Dr Sara McLean and Assoc. Prof. Pamela Snow at the Australasian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra.
  • Price-Robertson, R. & Bromfield, L. (2013, April 11-12). Exploring issues and barriers at the interface of legal reporting obligations and child aware approaches. Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne.
  • Salveron, M., Finan, S. & Bromfield, L. (2013, 20 Nov) '"Listen to me": Emphasising children and young people's voices in child protection practice'. Signs of Safety Festival of Learning, Perth.
  • Salveron, M., Finan, S. & Bromfield, L. (2013, 10-13 Nov). '"Listen to me": Emphasising children and young people's voices in child protection practice'. 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect, Melbourne.
  • Winsor, T. & McLean, S. (2013, 10-13 Nov.) 'Mental Health Needs of Young People in Statutory Residential Care: Prevalence of Mental Health Concerns and Workers' Recognition'. 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse & Neglect, Melbourne. 

 back to top

2012 presentations

  • Parkinson, S. & Bromfield L. (2012, 25-27 July). “Recruiting young adults to child maltreatment research through Facebook: A feasibility study.” 12th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Parkinson, S. (2012, August 20). “Accessing young people in the 21st century. ” Association for Children’s Welfare Agencies Conference, Sydney, New South Wales.
  • Parkinson, S. (2012, August 24). “Online social media, young people, and the judicial system.Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration Conference, Brisbane, Qld.
  • Parkinson, S. (2012, 27-31 August). “Data collection in the 21st Century. ” Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference, Adelaide. (Accepted, unable to present).
  • Parkinson, S. (2012, November 16). “Facebook: Is it useful for service provision and research with young people?” Children Communities Connections Conference, Adelaide.
  • McLean, S. & Parkinson, S. (2012, December 5-7). “Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Social Cognition in Children”. Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research 2012 Conference, Fremantle, Western Australia. (Accepted, unable to present)
  • McLean, S. & DeGregorio, L. (2012) 'Cognitive vulnerabilities of maltreated children: New directions for intervention'.  XIX International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Parkinson, S. (2012) 'Accessing young people in the 21st Century', 2012 Association of Children's Welfare Conference, Sydney.
  • Iannos, M. (2012) 'What Works in Child Protection? Project: A Practice Framework for Intensive Home Based Family Support Programs at the Benevolent Society', 2012 Association of Children's Welfare Conference, Sydney.
  • Gibson, C. & Francis H. (2012) 'Children's Rights: What's Right for Children?" 2012 Association of Children's Welfare Conference, Sydney.
  • Parkinson, S. (2012) 'Online social media, young people, and the judicial system', Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration 2012 Conference, Brisbane.
  • Bromfield, L. (2012) 'Domestic Violence and Child Protection', Families SA Conference 2012.
  • Arney, F. (2012 keynote presentation) 'The impact of stress in early childhood on health and mental health, and strategies to prevent long term harm', 16th Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Darwin.
  • Scott, D. (2012 seminar) 'Reducing Child Abuse and Neglect: reviews, reforms and reflections', Australian Institute of Family Studies seminar for Child Protection Week, Melbourne.
  • DeGregorio, L. & McLean, S. (2012, July 6) ‘Neurocognitive profiles of children in out-of-home care’. Australasian Conference of Child Trauma. Gold Coast, Australia
  • DeGregorio, L. & McLean, S (2012, July 26) ‘Neurocognitive profiles of children in out-of-home care: systematic review’. 12th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, July 25-27, Melbourne Australia.
  • Parkinson, S. & Bromfield, L (2012, July 25-27). ‘Recruiting young adults to child maltreatment research through Facebook’. 12th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, July 25-27, Melbourne Australia.
  • Scott, D & Francis, H (2012) 'From Policy to Place-Based Practice: Seeing and Hearing the Child in Adult Specialist Services’, 12th Australian Institute of Family Studies conference,. July 25-27, Melbourne Australia.
  • Scott, D. (2012) ‘Insights from my involvement in Protecting Victoria’s Vulnerable Children Inquiry’, Queen Elizabeth Centre 7th International Conference, November 15-16, Melbourne,.

back to top

2011 presentations

 

 

  • Scott, D. (2011) ‘New directions in child protection policy and practice’. the Catherine Helen Spence Oration, Hawke Research Centre, UniSA. Listen to the podcast here. View the powerpoint slides here.
  • Gibson, C. "Think Child, Think Family: New Directions in Human Services", Asia Pacific Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 2011.
  • Bromfield, L. (2011) ‘Does a perfect system exist?’, NSW Child Protection and Wellbeing Interagency Conference, 30 November 2011, NSW Government and the Association of Children's Welfare Agencies, in Sydney, NSW.
  • Berry, M. (2011) "Essential Elements of Best Practice in Child Protection", Faculty of Human Sciences at Macquarie University, NSW, 20 October 2011.
  • Bromfield, L. (2011) (keynote address)” The Role of Child Death Reviews in an Integrated System for Enhancing Child Protection Practice”,  in Victoria, British Columbia sponsored by Sandra Griffin, Assistant Deputy Minister, Quality Assurance and Alex Scheiber, Deputy Director of Child Welfare. The address was attended by Ministry of Children and Family Development Staff in Victoria, British Columbia. The address was also broadcast live to staff in every region of British Columbia along with senior quality assurance and policy staff in the Yukon, Saskatchewan and Alberta - a combined audience of approximately 80 participants.
  • Berry, M. (2011) "Critical Components of Service in Preventing Child Abuse and Preserving Families", Knowledge Works lecture, University of South Australia, 11 October 2011. The podcast of the Professorial lecture is available online.
  • Gibson, G. (2011) "Diffusion of innovation and program evaluation", the Australasian Evaluation Society 2011 International Conference, 29 August - 2 September 2011.
  • Gibson, G. (2011 "Getting from homeless to happy",  Welcome Home - Shelter NSW Conference on Housing for an Inclusive Society, Sydney, 29 June 2011.
  • Berry, M. (2011), invited participant and member of the International Association of Outcome Based Evaluation and Research in Family and Children's Services and attended their ‘Annual Research Seminar’ in Malosco, Italy, 27-28 June 2011.
  • Berry, M. (2011) "Building Blocks for an Evidence Based Practice: Clues from Different Countries”, Integrating evidence based practices in child and family services: Lessons learned from different countries. Bozen, Italy. 29 June 2011.
  • Berry, M. (2011) "Curriculum on evidence based practices in child welfare services", the University of Houston, Graduate School of Social Work, Houston, Texas, USA. 1 July 2011.
  • Bromfield, L. (2011) "Cumulative harm: The effects of chronic child maltreatment." Trinity College, Dublin, School of Social Work and Social Policy, June 2011. The public address was attended by approx 100 people and included representatives from academia, policy, practice, child death review and media.
  • Gibson, G. (2011) "Innovation, evidence and dissemination", invited lecture to Masters of Social Work students, Flinders University, 31 May 2011. The lecture was followed by an informal discussion on related topics with students.
  • McLean, S. (2011) "Application of attachment theory: implications for judicial decisions", Child Protection in Australia and New Zealand - Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration Conference, Brisbane, 5-7 May 2011.
  • Berry, M. (2011),"Creating Intergenerational Change”, Newpin Conference, Dockside, Darling Harbour, Sydney, 7th April 2011.
  • Berry, M. (2011),”UniSA Foundation - Making a Difference, Luncheon address”, UniSA, 8 March 2011.
  • Berry, M. & Bromfield, L. (2011),"How do we know what works in child protection", Benevolent Society, 28 February 2011.
  • Gibson, G. (2011) "Diffusion of innovation and program evaluation", Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, 2011.
  • Gibson, G. (2011) "Bringing together professional education and research", College of Child and Family Protection Practitioners, 5th National Conference, 2011.
  • Gibson, G. (2011) "Attachment, Social Work and Foster Care", lecture at Flinders University, Adelaide.
  • McLean, S. (2011) "Issues in Child Protection", School of Journalism, University of South Australia, 12 October 2011.
  • McLean, S. (2011)"Reporting in Child Protection", School of Journalism, University of South Australia, 30 May 2011.
  • McLean, S. (2011)"Attachment theory and foster care", Department of Social Work and Social Planning, Flinders University, SA, 15 March 2011.
  • McLean, S. (2011) "Residential care workers' engagement with mental health and disruptive behaviour: unique tensions", College of Child and Family Protection Practitioners 5th National Conference, Canberra, 2011.
  • McLean, S. (2011)"Stakeholders' experiences of challenging behaviour in the out-of-home sector: barriers to effective collaborative practice", College of Child and Family Protection Practitioners 5th National Conference, Canberra, 2011.

back to top

2010 presentations

back to top

If you would like details of a particular presentation given by one of our team this year, please contact us at +61 (08) 8302 2914.

Areas of study and research

+ Click to minimise