Please find below a list of further research to be presented at the conference in an e-Poster format.

e-Posters provide an opportunity to present information in a more interactive style compared to traditional printed posters. They will displayed on screens presented throughout the exhibition and catering area.

Watch this space for further information.

Presentation title Presenter name
A national snapshot of child protection services in Australia, 2018–19 Michelle Quee, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Absent voices: Family experiences of living with parental ‘difficult to treat’ epilepsy
Karen Hutchinson, Australian Institute of Health Innovation
Access to Justice: Parents in the Tasmanian child safety legal system Teresa Hinton, Social Action and Research Centre, Anglicare Tasmania
Australian Defence Force (ADF) spouse employment: Has anything changed in 30 years? Amanda McCue, Career Swag
Barriers to adoption: A construct of cultural complexities Anupama Deshpande, Savitribai Phule Pune University
Better futures and homestretch: Supporting care leavers to transition to independent living Lisa Thomson, Centre for Evaluation, Research and Evidence, Department of Health and Human Services
Building research capacity and culture in not-for-profits: A case study Katrina Stratton, Wanslea
CALD communities leading change and addressing challenges from within Wendy Lobwein, AMES Australia
Changing family and social relationships: Adolescents and young adult cancer survivors’ perspectives Theophila Hayes, (medical student) UNSW
Client violence towards workers in the child, family and community welfare sector Nicole Paterson, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Co-designing an evidence-based permanency practice framework Annette Michaux, Parenting Research Centre
Co-designing policy to break inter-generational trauma of Aboriginal child removals Michelle Smith, NSW Department of Communities and Justice
Developing programs for LGBTQI perpetrators and survivors of domestic and family violence Jen Hamer, Relationships Australia NSW
Disrupting family law – Together we can do divorce different Jacque Philip, Family Law Life
Diversity and inclusion in clinical supervision Jemima Petch, Relationships Australia Queensland
Effectiveness of group music therapy to improve parent-child outcomes in vulnerable families Julia Oreopoulos, Playgroup Queensland Ltd trading as Sing&Grow AUSTRALIA
Exploring first-time parents’ lived experience of executive function capabilities Phoebe George, Telethon Kids Institute
Exploring healthy eating influencers among new immigrant women in Ottawa Divya Kanwar Bhati, Bruyere Research Institute affiliated to the University of Ottawa
Exploring parental use of internet-enabled mobile devices and parent-child interaction Cicilia Evi, Queensland University of Technology
Exploring the complexities associated with abuse perpetrated by family carers Madeleine Gearside, Carers NSW
Exploring the credential for strengths-based family workers and its practical application in the field Dr Jennifer Miernicki-Nojunas, Arizona State Government-Arizona Early Intervention Program/Grand Canyon University
Family mental well-being: Prevent, intervene, respond Kirstie Edwards, A Path To Follow
Gender inequality in the division of domestic labor and fertility intentions Laurence Charton, National Institute of Scientific Research
Good lives? Senseless tragedies – Preventing murder-suicides Sheryl Hateley, University of New England
Identifying policy levers across early childhood education, health and welfare Luke Hendrickson, Australian Government Department of Education
Individual Relationships Counselling Effectiveness in an Australian Counselling Organisation Aditi Lohan, Relationships Australia QLD
Making the invisible, visible: nurses’ roles in responding to child abuse Lauren Lines, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University
Mental, Physical and Education Outcomes of Young Australians: Trends, Differences and Interactions Dr Jaai Parasnis, Monash University
Modelling the wellbeing of every New Zealand child over the life course Bridget Browne, EY
Parental health behaviour predictors of childhood and adolescent dietary trajectories Constantine Gasser, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Place-based research on rural food insecurity and relationship to healthy choices Paige Enright, School of Population and Global Health
Playgroup- contributing to a good life for families, and building community and social cohesion. Joanne Tarasuik, Playgroup Victoria
Playgroups for all ages Penny Allen, Playgroup Queensland
Post separation family violence – New opportunities for family law Leanne Francia, University of the Sunshine Coast
Practice facilitation to support system reform in child protection: benefits and recommendations Rebecca Hinchey, NSW Department of Communities and Justice
Quality of life outcomes for women who use force and their children Ann MacRae, Baptcare
Rainbow Families and Family Services: Scoping review of the law and practice Paula Fernandez Arias, Better Place Australia
Reaching and Identifying families at risk in the Transition to Parenthood Shae johnson, drummond street services
Stronger with age: Wellbeing and resilience of older carers over the life-course Lukas Hofstaetter, Carers NSW and Macquarie University
Taking family law to families in a drop in parenting centre Amy Treyvaud, City Of Ballarat Council
The hidden outcome of adoption – impacts over the life course Leanne Wiles, The Benevolent Society
The power of possibility: Transforming the life trajectories of care leavers through education Joanna Humphries, Raising Expectations
The self-as-mother in the preschool years: An interpretive phenomenological analysis Lauren Hansen, Deakin University
The value of partnership arrangements in system reform: A case study Rebecca Hinchey, NSW Department of Communities and Justice
The well-being of never-married adults in the married society: An Indonesian perspective Karel Himawan, The University of Queensland
“There’s no room for you”: Single women seeking shelter from domestic violence Alysia Wright, University of Calgary
What helps or hinders my child with autism from expressing their strengths? Megan Clark, Griffith University
What matters to people throughout the world? Exploring participatory wellbeing frameworks Kate Sollis, Australian National University, Centre for Social Research and Methods
Whole of family setting for intervention Madeline Gibson, Centre for Family Research and Evaluation (CFRE), drummond street services
Young people in child protection and under youth justice supervision: 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2018 Callin Ivanovici, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Australia
Young people’s perception of safety is related to their quality of life
Douglas Russell, Institute of Child Protection Studies, ACU