Introduction to round two webinar

WorkUP Qld is pleased to announce the launch of the second round of practice studios. Practice studios take current and emerging research and seek to implement them in real world practice settings.

WorkUP Queensland will be hosting a webinar on Thursday 23 July to introduce you to the new list of practice studio topics and explain how organisations can submit an EOI to become practice studio hosts.  The list of topics was generated through consultation with the WorkUP Queensland Reference Group and a review of current and emerging research.

In the webinar we will introduce each topic on the list and discuss the ways it might be implemented as a practice studio. Michele Robinson (Director, Evidence to Action, ANROWS) will provide additional background about the research projects and some key lessons learned.

You will also get to hear from the current practice studio hosts about their projects and their experience so far.  Talia van Giles from Gympie Community Action will talk about how her team has begun to implement the Social Entrapment Framework, a tool designed to tell women’s stories holistically and contribute to better justice outcomes.  Marta Barnes, from Cairns Sexual Assault Service will talk about the Trauma and Violence Informed Care Framework and how they intend to use it to improve service user experiences.

This webinar is for the domestic and family violence, sexual assault and women’s health and wellbeing workforce and would be of interest to anyone considering hosting a practice studio, or just wanting to know more about current and emerging evidence. You will have an opportunity to pose questions to the presenters.

We hope you can join us for this event on Thursday 23 July at 12pm.

See more information about the EOI process here and the full list of topics here