Thursday 27 October 2016

TimeTrade RoomStock RoomWheat RoomWool RoomLaneway 1Laneway 3
7.30-8.30amGraduate student breakfast and networking session     
8-9amRegistration     
8.30-9

Opening and Welcome
(Laneway 1-2)
Dr. Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, NNVAWI President
Professor John Dewar, Vice Chancellor La Trobe University
Welcome to Country
Ms. Rosie Batty, Luke Batty Foundation

9-9.45Plenary Address
(Laneway 1-2)

Dr. Claudia Garcia-Moreno, The Role of the Healthcare System in Addressing Violence Against Women
9.45-10.20amMorning Tea
Theme 

Stream 1

Responses to VAW in low and middle income countries

Stream 2

Harnessing new technologies

Stream 3

Strengthening health care responses

Stream 4

Pregnancy and parenting in the context of violence

 
10.20-10.40am Nancy Glass (USA)
A randomized-controlled trial of a livestock microfinance intervention to improve economic and health outcomes and reduce intimate partner violence in a post-conflict setting.
Jocelyn Anderson (USA)
Smart Phone Application Development for Victims of Violence: Engaging College Students
Buddhika Sepala Dahanayake
(Sri Lanka)

Strengthening health sector response to address intimate partner violence in Sri Lanka: Lessons learnt from an international research collaboration
Leesa Hooker (Aus)
Intimate partner violence and the experience of motherhood: factors associated with a poor motherhood experience and implications for health care practice

Symposium 1

Janet Fanslow, Pauline Gulliver, Rachel Smith, and Miranda Richie (NZ)

Understanding coercive control and what that means for measurement, policy and practice.

10.40-11am Judith McFarlane (USA)
Preventing Violence Against Women by Interrupting and Preventing Violence Against Children: Methods and Baseline Data of a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial in Pakistan
Jan Coles (Aus)
Introducing the PACTS (an innovative Primary care program Advancing Competency To Support family violence survivors) website: A new education initiative for pre-service teaching
Lyn Francis
(Aus)

Women leaving or ending domestic violence: What do nurses need to know?
Hafrun Finnbogaottir (Sweden)
Increasing prevalence and incidence of domestic violence during pregnancy and one and a half year postpartum.
11-11.20am Lidia Gomes (Timor-Leste)
Midwives Against Violence: An exploratory study of the knowledge and needs of midwives in responding to violence against women in Timor-Leste
Nancy Downing
(USA)

A Text-Messaging Follow-Up Program for Sexual Assault Exam Patients: Results of A Feasibility Study
Nadine Wathen (Can)
Mobilising Knowledge to Effect Change: Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Family Violence Research Networks
Anita Koochew
MABELS Project: Mothers and Babies Engaging and Living Safely – a best practice model in early intervention family violence support
11.20-11.40am Kathryn Robertson (Timor-Leste)
Finding ways to talk about practice and "best practice" in Timor-Leste
Terry Dobbs (NZ) with Rawiri Pairama-Hegglun and Mia Paranihi
Hooked Up: Co-creating a healthy relationship smartphone app with young people
Christine McLean (NZ)
Health response to family violence:  A Delphi study of infrastructure indicators
Deidre Gartland (Aus) Vulnerability to intimate partner violence and poor mental health in the first four years postpartum among mothers reporting childhood abuse: an Australian pregnancy cohort study
11.40am-12pm Elizabeth Reeves
(USA)

Trauma Exposure Among Women in the Pacific Rim
Marilyn Ford-Gilboe (Canada)
‘It’s not who you think! Reaching and engaging women in an online safety and health intervention
Anita Morris
(Aus)

Trauma informed care in a public hospital
Hafrun
Helen Cunningham (Aus)
The Maternal and Child Health nurse experience: supporting and protecting these frontline workers facing the daily challenges of family and domestic violence.
12-1pmBuffet Lunch
Theme 

Stream 5

System and policy issues

Stream 6

Testing technology-based interventions

Stream 7

Responses to VAW in low and middle income countries

Stream 8

Nurse home visiting interventions

 
1-1.20pm Kathleen Ellis (USA)
Knowledge and Perceptions of Maternal/Child Nurses towards Intimate Partner Violence
Jonathan Gilbert (NZ)
Usability testing of a web-based safety decision aid (isafe) for women: Lessons from a situated co-inquiry
Sepali Guruge (Can)
Nurses and doctors’ role in providing services to women experiencing intimate partner violence: Findings from a cross-sectional survey in four provinces in Sri Lanka

Aurora Bermudez Ortega (Aus)
How can an evidenced based Intimate Partner Violence intervention for the NurseFamily Partnership program in the US be adapted to the Australian setting?

Colleen Varcoe (Can), Annette Browne (Can), Marilyn Ford-Gilboe (Can), Nancy Perrin (USA) and Vicky Bungay (USA)

Reclaiming our spirits: From nurse-led, woman-centered to woman led in an intervention for Indigenous women who have experienced violence

1.20-1.40pm Denise Wilson (NZ)
Time to rethink what we do: Learning from family violence death reviews
Nancy Glass (USA)
The MyPlan Study: Preliminary results from the effectiveness evaluation of an online/app based safety decision aid for college survivors of dating violence and their concerned friends.
Vathsala Jayasuriya-Illesinghe (Can)
Healthcare professionals' role in addressing intimate partner violence in the post-war context in Sri Lanka
Camille Burnett
(USA)

Evaluating the Impact of the Domestic Violence Enhanced Home (DOVE) Intervention on Health Care Providers: Creating Best Practice Pillars and Informing Policy Direction
1.40-2pm Marcos Signorelli (Brazil)
Violence against women, public policies and the family health strategy in Brazilian primary health care
Laura Jaxson (NZ)
Police dissemination of the isafe web-based safety decision aid: A New Zealand pilot study
Manuela Colombini (Italy)
The risks of partner violence following HIV status disclosure, and health service responses:  narratives of women attending reproductive health services in Kenya
Susan Jack (Canada)
'It’s a deal breaker.' Nurse home visitors’ decisions to report infant exposure to violence to child protective services
2-2.20pm Reesha Cornelio (Aus)
Online or face-to-face? Exploring whether women prefer online or face to face support when experiencing intimate partner violence.
Jane Koziol-McLain (NZ)
New Zealand isafe trial results: Testing a web-based safety decision aid for abused women
Rozina Karmaliani (Pakistan)
Perceptions of violence among adolescents: an exploratory qualitative study as part of the international “What Works” initiative
Jacquelyn Campbell (USA)
Lessons learned from a Multi-Site Perinatal Home Visiting Trial addressing Intimate Partner Violence
2.20-3.20pmAfternoon TeaPoster Session Showcase of poster presentations
Theme 

Stream 9

IPV and trauma in the workplace

Stream 10

Interventions with Indigenous Women

Stream 11

System Issues in Violence Prevention

  
3.20-3.40 Fiona Meade (Aus)
Supporting Resilient Workers: Addressing vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burnout.
Vicky Bungay (Canada)
Ethical considerations for Group Work: Lessons Learned from a Health Promotion Intervention with Indigenous Women
Helene Berman (Canada)
Using Arts-Based Approaches to Address Structural Violence in the Lives of Youth in Canada
 

Symposium 2

Michelle Schwensen (Aus)

Representatives from:
The Royal Women’s Hospital,
Bendigo Health, The Royal
Children’s Hospital, Western
Health, East Wimmera Health
Service, Goulburn Valley
Health Service

Strengthening hospital responses to family violence

3.40-4pm Elena Manning
(Aus)

Vicarious trauma - Managing the inevitable
Renee Fiolet (Aus)
Exploring Indigenous engagement with an online conventional healthy relationship tool and safety decision aid.
Barbara Zust
(USA)

A longitudinal study of the Christian Church's response to victims of domestic abuse.
 
4-4.20pm Elizabeth McLindon (Aus)
It happens to clinicians too: intimate partner, family and sexual violence amongst health professionals
Leslie-Anne Conway
(Aus)

Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (GRAMS): The Health of Our People
Vicky Bungay (Canada)
Strategies for violence prevention in an indoor sex industry: tips and recommendations from the women involved
 
4.30-5.30 
5.30-7pmCocktail Reception
(Alluvial Restaurant)