Dr Heather Lovatt (QCDFVR, CQUniversity) joins Charlie King (No More Campaign Activist) and Jamie Anderson (CQUniversity,CQUniversity) for an in-conversation about the No More Campaign and domestic and family violence issues at the recent Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum – Language of Change, hosted in Townsville (in May, 2018).
Dr Marika Guggisberg talks with Dr Heather Lovatt and Professor Annabel Taylor about studying sexual violence in the domestic and family violence practice context.
Delegates, organising committee members and yarning circle facilitators from the QIFVP forum - Language of Change were asked to answer one of the following questions: 1. What is the one thing you will take back to your work and share with others? 2. What is the best thing about attending the forum? 3. What advice [...]
Join Dr Jan Hanson, General Practitioner and Senior Medical Educator and Dr Dale Hanson, Associate Professor in Public Health and Medical Educator discussing the barriers faced by general practitioners in responding to patients affected by domestic and family violence.
Join Dr Jan Hanson, General Practitioner and Senior Medical Educator and Dr Dale Hanson, Associate Professor in Public Health and Medical Educator discussing the application of John Murtagh’s Diagnostic Strategies in recognising and responding to patients affected by domestic and family violence.
Professor Lori Sudderth (Quinnipac University) joined Associate Professor Annabel Taylor and Dr Heather Lovatt (QCDFVR / CQUniversity) for an 'in-conversation' about safety planning at the recent Queensland Gendered Violence Practitioner Forum hosted in Brisbane (in November, 2017).
We invite you to enjoy an overview of our highlights from 2017; including flagship events, student projects, and ongoing research efforts. Many thanks to our friends, frontline practitioners and stakeholders for their ongoing support!
Delegates from the forum were asked one of the following questions: What is the best thing about being a practitioner in the gendered violence field? What advice would you give new practitioners in the gendered violence field?
Associate Professor Annabel Taylor, Director of Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (QCDFVR) announces the birthday celebration of the centre and its achievements since inception.
Not Now, Not Ever Research Symposium presenters addressed one of the following questions: 1. If you could do one thing to reduce Gendered Violence, what would it be? 2. What are your top tips for beginner researchers?