Launch: W3 Framework Guide and website

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Circle of diverse smiling people with their hands linked, all wearing purple, teal and gold nail polish and with tattoos and various wristbands, shot from the ground looking up Join us for the launch of the new W3 Framework Guide, a system for programs and organisations to measure the impact of peer-led public health initatives, and accompanying website.

Date:
Tuesday 28 June 2022 01:00 pm until Tuesday 28 June 2022 02:30 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Petrina Hilton
Presented by:
A/Prof Graham Brown (Research and Evaluation Director at the Centre for Social Impact at the University of NSW, Adjunct Associate Professor at the ARCSHS, and lead investigator on the W3 Project), Petrina Hilton (W3 Project Research Officer at ARCSHS)
Type of Event:
Forum/symposium; Launch; Public Lecture; Seminar/Workshop/Training

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Without meaningful input from peers, public health responses fail to meet the needs of our most marginalised and vulnerable communities. Despite this, peer-led organisations and programs often find it hard to measure and show the full impact and value of their work.

Since 2013, The W3 Project has been collaborating with peer and community organisations to improve our understanding of the role and impact of peer-led responses within Australia’s public health response to HIV and hepatitis C. We developed the W3 Framework, which can help peer responses better understand, evaluate, and improve their work.

The newly published W3 Framework website and guides showcase everything we’ve learned during almost 10 years of research – including providing guidance and tools to help peer-led organisations and programs evaluate their own work more effectively.

Join us as we launch the website and the guide, with guest speakers from some of our partner organisations sharing their own thoughts about the experiences collaborating in this research, how using the W3 Framework has helped them in their own work, and how they think the W3 Framework will continue to help the peer-led blood-borne virus sector into the future.

Speakers

A/Prof Graham Brown

Research and Evaluation Director at the Centre for Social Impact at the University of NSW, Adjunct Associate Professor at ARCSHS, and lead investigator on the W3 Project

Andrew Heslop

Senior Health Promotion and Peer Navigation Manager at Positive Life NSW

Charles Henderson

Deputy CEO at the NSW Users and AIDS Association (NUAA)

Chris Howard

Executive Programs Manager at Queensland Positive People

Jake Docker

CEO at Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL)

Dr John Rule

Senior Research Manager at National Association of People with HIV (NAPWHA)

Nadia Gavin

FUSE Project Coordinator at Harm Reduction Victoria

Petrina Hilton

W3 Project Research Officer at ARCSHS

Sione Crawford

CEO at Harm Reduction Victoria

Tim Krulic

Health Promotion Officer at Living Positive Victoria

Access

This event will be live captioned, as well as being recorded and published with closed captions.

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