Insight have just released their webinar calendar, with 3 interesting topics in March:
Measuring the impact of AOD treatment and harm reduction is essential to ensuring clients and families continue to receive quality care. Since April 2016, the Queensland AOD Sector Network has been working with the sector across Queensland to develop a statewide outcomes framework. This framework is the first of its kind in Australia.
The Queensland Alcohol and other Drugs Treatment and Harm Reduction Outcomes Framework reflects Queensland’s AOD sector consensus on the reasonable impact of AOD treatment and harm reduction.
Sean Popovich, Treatment Services Support Manager, QNADA
Jeff Buckley, Director – Insight
Trauma Informed Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients
An overview of trauma informed care practices and guidelines for use with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, presented in context of why this is especially important for use with this population.
Michelle Combo, Team Leader, Way Forward Project: An Indigenous Approach to Wellbeing Project – Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Service
What’s the latest for young people in AOD treatment?
The Youth Need Census- Queensland (ThYNC-Q) provides the first comprehensive study of the young people in AOD treatment across Queensland. This presentation will highlight several interesting findings from ThYNC-Q and may be used to help guide areas for further development or consideration in your practice.
Cassie Davis, Senior Psychologist, Dovetail
All times are Queensland time