HiD 2018

Margherita Coppolino, “From Shame to Proud!”

Margherita Coppolino  Opening Plenary: Speaker Eight of Ten Health In Difference 2018, 11 April 2018 Powerpoint presentation, “From Shame to Proud!” Margherita Coppolino is an Inclusion consultant. With an outstanding network of contacts in government, business and social justice organisations, Margherita has a proven ability to inspire and influence a wide range of stakeholders on… Continue reading Margherita Coppolino, “From Shame to Proud!” »

Using a Co-Design Approach to Support Aged Care Workers to Understand and Respond to the Needs of Transgender and Gender Diverse People

Rosemarie Draper rdraper@boltonclarke.com.au I Boston Clarke  Key Learnings:  The importance of: Using a co-design approach with consumers and people who have a lived experience  Developing tailored, culturally sensitive training resources that using co-design processes to develop resources can also lead to organisational improvements in policy and practice Authors Michael, J. Walsh, L. Goldner, S. Healy, T…. Continue reading Using a Co-Design Approach to Support Aged Care Workers to Understand and Respond to the Needs of Transgender and Gender Diverse People »

Gender Diversity Assessment and Consultation Clinical Psychologist Service in WA Youth Mental Health

          NMHS Youth Mental Health Nicole Albrecht I Nicole.Albrecht@health.wa.gov.au Key Learnings: Gain an increased understanding of innovative service development that increases capacity to meet the needs of gender diverse youth within the adult public health system. Demonstrate a collaborative care model that utilises community health services to provide gender-affirmative healthcare. Transgender and… Continue reading Gender Diversity Assessment and Consultation Clinical Psychologist Service in WA Youth Mental Health »

How Queer People “Come In”

Shoshana Rosenberg shoshana.rosenberg@curtin.edu.au I Curtin University   Key Learnings: “Coming In”, the process of self-acceptance and self-understanding, is a vital aspect of queer people’s experiences “Coming Out” is not a linear process, and disclosure does not determine satisfaction Sexual self-discovery is a life-long process Contemporary perspectives on the development and concretisation of queer sexuality continue to… Continue reading How Queer People “Come In” »

Three Years On From The Rainbow Tick

  Merri Health Key Learnings: LGBTIQ inclusive practice should be standard practice for health services Complete organisational commitment and resourcing is needed to meaningfully implement LGBTIQ inclusive practice Rainbow Tick gets your house in order but the neighbourhood is where the real work begins Merri Health creates healthy, connected communities through local health services for… Continue reading Three Years On From The Rainbow Tick »