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2022 – Latest Research on Effective Interventions and Models for Torture and Refugee Trauma

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Prof Jane Fisher
Professor of Global Health
Monash University

Dr Belinda Liddell
Research Fellow, Deputy Director
Refugee Trauma Recovery Program, UNSW

STARTTS’ 2022 Annual Research Symposium was held on 26 October 2022. Professor Jane Fisher, Finkel Professor of Global Health, Monash University and Co-Director Division of Planetary Health and Director Global and Women’s Health shared her recent research on the exposure to trauma in refugee women, depression, and the link to poorer child development. Associate Professor Belinda Liddell, a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Psychology at the University of NSW and the Deputy Director of the Refugee Trauma and Recovery Program, presented her recent research on exposure to torture and trauma and brain functionality. In its eighth year, STARTTS’ annual research symposium aims to summarise the latest information and research in the field of refugee trauma; ranging from advances in neuroscience and impacts of torture and trauma to the newest findings on clinical implications, interventions and outcomes. It brings together the expertise of well-known Australian researchers whose work has gained wide international recognition.

View the two lectures and panel discussion by clicking on the course content below. When you are finished you can request the system send you a certificate of completion. Neither presenter supplied a copy of their slides for distribution.

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