SARRAH Webinars

SARRAH Webinars

If you have a topic or research you would like to present as a webinar please contact us as sarrah@sarrah.org.au

Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness: What’s my role and responsibility? Presented by Dr Michelle Villeneuve

30 October 2019 - Presented By Dr Michelle Villeneuve
More information about the presenter Dr Michelle Villeneuve and Information Flyer
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Dr Michelle Villeneuve leads the Disability-Inclusive Community Development
work stream at the Centre for Disability Research and Policy at the University of
Sydney.

Michelle has over 20 years of experience working in regions of conflict and natural hazard disaster to develop community-led programs and services and re-build opportunities for people with disability (including those with disability acquired by human conflict and natural disaster). She leads research in Australia on Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DIDRR). www.collaborating4inclusion.org

 

Allied Health Rural Generalist Workforce and Education Scheme

This FREE webinar held on the 3 October 2019 provided an overview of the Allied Health Rural Generalist Workforce and Education Scheme (AHRGWES).

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Strategies for increasing allied health recruitment and retention in rural Australia

23 July 2019 - Presented by Dr Kristine Battye
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Dr Kristine Battye is the Managing Director of KBC Australia a public policy consulting firm with specific expertise in needs assessment, program and service planning and evaluations in rural, remote and regional areas. Kristine is an applied researcher, tailoring methodology to the real world requirements for program evaluation, needs assessments, service modelling at national, state and regional levels. Kristine has a consulting portfolio of over 120 projects and had the opportunity to work across much of rural and remote Australia.