NSW Health - JCPRP Health Forum

The first NSW Health JCPRP Clinical Forum for 2019 was delivered on 24th July in Sydney. This provided health clinicians and their managers with an opportunity to hear from a number of different presenters. The day started with a heartfelt welcome to country by Aunty Millie Ingram followed by a PARVAN Update which participants found beneficial as it linked well with the facilitated discussion of state-wide process and practice in the aftermath. During the day presentations were delivered on reports involving strangulation and suffocation of children, child medical forensic responses, and application of the VAN Statistics Project to the JCPRP Health role and with agency partners.

The day also included a presentation by the Newcastle JCPRP team and their supervisor Maria Woods on the learning and benefits the team achieved through participating in NSW Health funded supervision for JCPRP Health.

65 participants attended the Forum and their overwhelming feedback was that they really enjoyed the presentations and valued the opportunity to network with their state-wide colleagues. ECAV would like to thank Lorna McNamara and PARVAN, Government Relations, NSW Ministry of Health for their attendance and continued support of the JCPRP Clinical Forum.

The first NSW Health JCPRP Clinical Forum for 2019 was delivered on 24th July in Sydney. This provided health clinicians and their managers with an opportunity to hear from a number of different presenters. The day started with a heartfelt welcome to country by Aunty Millie Ingram followed by a PARVAN Update which participants found beneficial as it linked well with the facilitated discussion of state-wide process and practice in the aftermath. During the day presentations were delivered on reports involving strangulation and suffocation of children, child medical forensic responses, and application of the VAN Statistics Project to the JCPRP Health role and with agency partners.

The day also included a presentation by the Newcastle JCPRP team and their supervisor Maria Woods on the learning and benefits the team achieved through participating in NSW Health funded supervision for JCPRP Health.

65 participants attended the Forum and their overwhelming feedback was that they really enjoyed the presentations and valued the opportunity to network with their state-wide colleagues. ECAV would like to thank Lorna McNamara and PARVAN, Government Relations, NSW Ministry of Health for their attendance and continued support of the JCPRP Clinical Forum.

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