Latest Research on Effective Interventions and Models for Refugee Trauma: Annual Update
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 trauma to the newest findings on clinical implications, interventions and outcomes. It brings together the expertise of three, well-known Australian researchers whose work has gained wide international recognition.
6 November 2019 | 9.30am-12.30pm
The 2019 Annual Research Symposium will include the following updates on the latest research on torture and refugee trauma:
- Dr Natalie Matosin, Biomolecular Changes in Refugees, Mental Health and Genetics
- Professor Mark Harris, The Link Between Physical and Mental Health
- Professor Nicholas Procter, Suicidality and Suicide
- Panel discussion with the presenters
Venue: The Holroyd Centre, 17 Miller St Merrylands NSW
Annual Update – Held on 22 November 2017
Annual Update – 23 November 2016
Annual Update – 2 December 2015
These events are recorded by Owl Talks (Formerly Psychevisual) and are available for viewing on the internet at a later date for a fee. Please see the Owl Talks website https://lectures.owltalks.org/.