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DRVAW Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Community Engagement
04:25
Hello, I have to leave my camera off for a little bit as I am working in the background.
Community Engagement
04:48
sorry, its Kelly
Elisha-Jane Palmer
05:09
hi, thank you!
Dominika Howard
05:26
hello
Kelly F - Taungurung (she/her)
06:53
hello, pleased to be here
Renee Fiolet (she/her)
07:16
Great to have you join Kelly :)
Sue
08:46
That would be great Renee - Thanks
Renee Fiolet (she/her)
09:25
https://burndawan.com.au/
Renee Fiolet (she/her)
12:47
https://burndawan.com.au/
APRIL LOXTON
27:43
You’ll have to link these publications in the chat!
Lata Satyen
28:24
Here are some of Renee's latest publications:
Lata Satyen
28:49
Fiolet, R., Brown, C., Wellington, M., Bentley, K., & Hegarty, K. (2021). Exploring the Impact of Technology-Facilitated Abuse and Its Relationship with Domestic Violence: A Qualitative Study on Experts’ Perceptions. Global Qualitative Nursing Research, 8, 23333936211028176.
Lata Satyen
28:58
Fiolet, R., Roberts, V., & Bloomer, M. J. (2021). Trauma-informed care: Why is it so important in primary health care?. Collegian. https://www.collegianjournal.com/article/S1322-7696(21)00049-4/fulltext
Lata Satyen
29:15
McLindon, E., Fiolet, R., & Hegarty, K. (2021). Is Gender-Based Violence a Neglected Area of Education and Training? An Analysis of Current Developments and Future Directions. Understanding Gender-Based Violence: An Essential Textbook for Nurses, Healthcare Professionals and Social Workers, 15-30.
Lata Satyen
29:24
Fiolet, R., Cameron, J., Tarzia, L., Gallant, D., Hameed, M., Hooker, L., ... & Hegarty, K. (2020). Indigenous People’s Experiences and Expectations of Health Care Professionals When Accessing Care for Family Violence: A Qualitative Evidence Synthesis. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1524838020961879.
Lata Satyen
29:33
Fiolet, R., Tarzia, L., Owen, R., Eccles, C., Nicholson, K., Owen, M., ... & Hegarty, K. (2020). Indigenous Perspectives on Using Technology as a Supportive Resource When Experiencing Family Violence. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 38(3), 203-225.
Lata Satyen
30:12
If anyone is unable to access the full text of any of the article, please let us know and we can email them to you.
Kelly F - Taungurung (she/her)
31:05
great, thank you
Claire Meraki
31:29
Thankyou
Lata Satyen
40:56
Here's the link to the Burndawan resource: https://burndawan.com.au/
APRIL LOXTON
43:24
Loving it!!!
Mandy Stevens
43:32
It's great!
Mary Iliadis
43:49
Thanks so much, Renee. Incredibly important work.
Toni Cooper
44:18
Love the artwork - concept / story ❤🖤💛
Rojan Afrouz
46:52
Can we share this with our students?
Lata Satyen
47:34
The website is publicly available Rojan, but we could ask Renee later about the extent to which it might be suitable for students.
Rojan Afrouz
47:52
Okay, thanks
Tricia Ong
51:46
Beautiful work
Kim Robinson she/her/hers
52:15
Stunning resource - beautiful and so comprehensive.
Claire Meraki
53:07
Just incredible!
Dominika Howard
53:08
Thank you, very interesting!
Ha Le
53:18
amazing, thanks for sharing Renee
Kelly F - Taungurung (she/her)
53:32
Fantastic resource for mob, congratulations
Sevi Vassos
53:44
Absolutely fantastic research process and resource. Thank you for sharing this work with us.
Antje Kreutzmann-Gallasch
53:50
Thank you Renee. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing this with us.
Sue
54:00
A truly honest co-designed resource - congratulations to all involved.
Anna (she/her) Project Respect
54:50
Thank you so much for the presentation! I'll make sure to remember this resource, really wonderful
Mandy Stevens
55:37
Just an incredible resource. Thank you for sharing. What are your thoughts on using this with non-indigenous women? I know it is not the intention but it is such a clear straight forward website with practical applications such as the abuse scale, action plan, healing strategies etc
Grace
56:49
Thank you! Amazing presentation
Elisha-Jane Palmer
58:10
wow! thank you for your amazing work!
Kim Robinson she/her/hers
01:03:56
So inspiring - great for our Social Work students! Thanks so much Renee - incredible work at so many levels.
Mandy Stevens
01:05:08
I am a chaplain in the school system and this would be so helpful to use with a range of families
Anna (she/her) Project Respect
01:08:54
I have to go, thanks so much for a wonderful presentation!
Lata Satyen
01:10:08
Thank you for attending Anna!
Kim Robinson she/her/hers
01:11:46
Great conversation - and so many challenges - particularly that intersection with child protection. Thanks again!
Hannah
01:12:02
Thanks Renee!! Great work.
Claire Meraki
01:12:05
Thankyou so much, inspiring in so many ways!
Mary Iliadis
01:12:06
Thank you so much Renee, that was fantastic
Toni Cooper
01:12:20
Could you please put Renee's contact details in the chat?
Mandy Stevens
01:12:22
Thank you so much Renee and Lata
Tricia Ong
01:12:41
Thank you everyone!
Toni Cooper
01:12:56
Thank you so much Renee! Amazing work and brilliant resource. Thanks Lata!!!
Kelly F - Taungurung (she/her)
01:13:08
Thank you all for you time today, great resource