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ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
ANROWSConf2021
ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
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Welcome
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Opening address
Dr Heather Nancarrow (CEO, ANROWS)
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Concurrent Interactive Workshop/Conversation 1
- Room 2
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Workshop/Conversation
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Interactive facilitated workshops where participants will be invited to engage and offer their own insights. 

Implementing change in complex health settings is challenging for any issue but particularly for sensitive issues such as sexual violence (SV) and intimate partner violence (IPV). Currently identification and response are sub-optimal for SV and IPV, and we lack robust evidence as to what works for whom and in what health settings. The WITH study explored trauma-informed, integrated care across services for women experiencing SV and mental health issues in the hospital setting and developed an implementation model. It worked with survivors as co-researchers and a key finding was the need, in addition to woman-centred care, for practitioner-centred care. Listening to the voices of survivors and practitioners is vital when introducing new practices, and this learning was taken up by the Strengthening Hospital Responses to Family Violence program in Victoria. Subsequently, the SUSTAIN study drew on the WITH implementation model and Australian experiences of screening to explore how first-line response for IPV can be sustained in busy antenatal clinics. Using the stories of these two ANROWS projects, this panel will highlight how evidence is taken up (or not) by health systems. Expect practical tips and potential pitfalls relevant to organisations wishing to implement new approaches to IPV and SV.

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Concurrent Interactive Workshop/Conversation 2
- Room 3
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Workshop/Conversation
[very interactive]
Interactive facilitated workshops where participants will be invited to engage and offer their own insights. 
This session explores examples of good practice in responding to the needs of migrant and refugee women in relation to domestic and family violence. Panellists from around Australia will showcase their work across the areas of primary prevention, early intervention and crisis response. Examples of evidence in action will be shared, along with findings from recent participatory action research.

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Concurrent Interactive Workshop/Conversation 3
- Room 4
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Workshop/Conversation
[very interactive]
Interactive facilitated workshops where participants will be invited to engage and offer their own insights. 
This session will discuss how attitudinal data can be used to inform primary prevention policy and practice. Highlighting the variety of ways attitudinal data can be used, panellists will discuss the National Community Attitudes Survey, provide an overview of the key findings and explore how these findings have been used to inform primary prevention program delivery, policy, practice design and practice. Panellists will share their experiences of using attitudinal data to inform their work from policy advocacy to developing tools for practitioners, and to identify gaps to inform program focus, practice design and supporting program engagement. The discussion will include reflections on how population-level data can be used in a variety of settings at the local level and the opportunities and challenges this presents.