HOPE'ful approach to supporting children and families

HOPE – Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences – represents a paradigm shift in how we see and talk about the positive experiences that support children’s growth and development into healthy, resilient adults.

Join us as we explore HOPE in Australia within the Health, Education and Social Services.

Date / Time:  28th September 2022       9:00 AM – 5:00 PM AEST

Location: TeEACH Research Centre, Western Sydney University,

Level 4, Westmead Innovation Quarter (iQ)

160 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead 2145, NSW

Cost: In-Person: $150      Online Only: $75

Keynote: Professor Robert Sege

Guest Speakers

HOPE in Australia

Dist/Professor Lynn Kemp (Director of Translational Research and Social Innovation (TReSI) group, School of Nursing and Midwifery WSU)

Professor Sharon Goldfeld (Director Centre for Community Child Health, The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne)

Thu Pham Minh Huynh (WSU HDR student)

HOPE in Health Panel (Chaired by Dist/Prof Lynn Kemp)

Professor Susan Woolfenden (Director of Community Paediatrics Sydney Local Health District and Senior Research Fellow UNSW)

Dr Shanti Raman (Director Community Paediatrics South Western Sydney Local Health District)

Jade Winter (WSU HDR student)

HOPE in Education Panel (Chaired by Associate Professor Christine Woodrow)

Dr Anne Dwyer (Adjunct TeEACH Research Centre WSU and Principal Researcher Uniting)

Kerry Staples (HDR student and Director of Academic Program Early Childhood Education WSU)

HOPE in Social Services Panel (Chaired by Associate Professor Gabrielle Drake)

Dr Tom McClean (Adjunct TeEACH Research Centre WSU and Head of Research and Social Policy Uniting)

Dana Clarke (Future Planning and Support Services)

Stephanie De Campo (CEO Ladder)