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Latest innovations to embed and sustain trauma-informed care
This webinar explores the latest advancements in trauma-informed practices and the role they play in providing long-term sustainability in healthcare and education systems. The interdisciplinary panel outline practical strategies for integrating trauma-informed care into daily practice, enhancing practitioners' ability to provide care that addresses the unique needs of people who have experienced trauma.
Learning Outcomes
  • Discuss the latest innovations in trauma-informed practices in health and education systems.
  • Outline innovative trauma-informed care practices from around the globe.
  • Describe how trauma-informed care practices can be integrated into daily practice in a sustainable way.  

Panel List

  • Nicola Palfrey (Clinical Psychologist, ACT)
  • Dr. Johanna Lynch (General Practitioner, Qld)
  • Beck Thompson (Teacher with a Lived Experience, Qld) 

Facilitator: Professor Stephen Trumble (General Practitioner, Vic)


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