Presented by:

  • Vicky Welgraven, Adnyamathanha Woman, Advocate for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women's Rights and Issues.
  • Dr Julia Vnuk, Women's Health Medical Officer
  • Dr Amanda Bethell, GP Specialist & Emergency Department Doctor
  • Iman Hafiz, Rehabilitation Program Branch, Department for Correctional Services 
  • Katrina Almond, Manager Port Augusta Regional DV & AFV Service 
  • Hayley Theile, Victim Support Coordinator- Victim support Service 
  • Zita Adut Deng Ngor, CEO Women’s Legal Service SA Inc
  • SC1C Jo-Anne Eason, Family Violence Intervention Officer, Port Augusta Police Station 

Learning outcomes:

  1. Describe how to respond to disclosure of family violence
  2. Assess risk in situations of family violence
  3. Respond appropriately in relation to mandatory reporting
  4. Recognise the specific issues that are evident in Indigenous families
  5. Describe the role of SAPOL in situations of family violence
  6. Describe how to engage with men to address violence

Click here to download the flyer and program 

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Event details

Saturday, October 21
8.30am-4.00pm

Location Name
Institute Theatre, Port Augusta

Presented By
Various- see program

Approved for 40 category 1 points with RACGP and 30 PRPD ACRRM points

No cost to attend 

Full day catering provided

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