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8.15AM - 9:00AM
8.15AM - 9:00AM
Registration.
9:00AM Welcome.
9:00AM
Introduction by Ingrid Cumming, MC.
Welcome to Country by Aunty Liz Hayden.
9:10AM Official opening.
9:10AM
The Hon. Stephen Dawson MLC
Minister for Mental Health; Aboriginal Affairs; Industrial Relations.
9:20AM Keynote: Shifting Perspective. Stigma, framing and the importance of language.
9:20AM
Keynote Speaker: Mark Chenery, Co-founder and Director, Common Cause Australia.
10:15AM A conversation on language and the media.
10:15AM
Conversation: Dr Stephen Bright, Senior Lecturer of Addiction, ECU.
10.40AM
10.40AM
Morning Tea.
visibility
Workshop: Mark Chenery, Common Cause
11:10AM visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Dr Stephen Bright
11:40AM visibility
Monitoring alcohol industry marketing strategies to encourage policy change
folder_open Cancer Council WA
11:55AM visibility
Working as a peer.. A dream job! Or is it?
folder_open Peer Based Harm Reduction WA
12:10PM visibility
One drink for us is one drink for bub: how a rigorous formative process can produce a life changing communications campaign
folder_open Mental Health Commission
11.10AM visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Alcohol and Other Drug Consumer and Community Coalition
11:25AM visibility
Listening and responding: Aboriginal consumer-led strategies to reduce harms from illicit drugs Roanna Lobo - SiREN (Curtin University) and TBA
11.40AM visibility
Peers empowering peers: shift your perspective on barriers and opportunities.
folder_open Peer Based Harm Reduction WA
11:55AM visibility
How COVID-19 affected people who inject drugs in Perth and the South-west of Western Australia
folder_open Peer Based Harm Reduction WA
12:10PM visibility
Finding my voice…..how consumer engagement has helped me
folder_open Madison Campbell - Consumer Representative
12:25PM
12:25PM
Lunch, exhibition and networking.
1:30PM Keynote: An introduction to the impact of COVID-19 on AOD.
1:30PM
Keynote Speaker: Professor Bronwyn Myers, Director, Curtin enAble Institute.
2:00PM Panel discussion: Impact of COVID-19 on services.
2:00PM
Panelists: Fiona Reid, Women’s Health & Family Services and Emma Jarvis, Palmerston Association.
3:00PM
3:00PM
Afternoon tea
3:30PM Panel discussion: Consumer and community impact of COVID-19
3:30PM
Panelists from the Cancer Council and Peer Based Harm Reduction WA.
Open Mic discussion.
4:30PM
4:30PM
Close of day one.
7:30AM
7:30AM
Presentation of the 2021 Western Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence Awards.
Welcome to Country by Uncle Ben Taylor.
9:00AM
9:00AM
Registration
9:30AM Welcome
9:30AM
Introduction by Ingrid Cumming, MC.
9:35AM
9:35AM
Day one review and announcement of award winners
9:40 AM Keynote: Law Reform
9:40 AM
Keynote Speaker: Emeritus Professor Geoff Gallop AC, Commissioner, Global Commission on Drug Policy
10:30AM
10:30AM
Morning Tea
10:45 am visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Professor Simon Lenton
11:30 am visibility
The Power of Peers: Increasing the uptake of HCV testing and treatment amongst people who inject drugs
folder_open Peer Based Harm Reduction WA
11:45 am visibility
Safer Partying: How Grassroots Initiatives are Leading the Charge Towards Drug Checking Services
folder_open Students for Sensible Drug Policy
12:00 pm visibility
Is it time we act on the price of alcohol? A snapshot of the evidence for minimum unit pricing
folder_open Cancer Council WA
11:00 am visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Sophie Stewart
folder_open Social Reinvestment WA
11:30 am visibility
Work Development Permit Sponsorship Scheme
folder_open Outcare
11:45 am visibility
Thinking Outside The Square & Making Vulnerable People Feel Welcome
folder_open Bloodwood Tree Association Inc
11:00 am visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Dr Harry Blagg
11:30 am visibility
Moral Reconation Therapy as a Through-care Program
folder_open Cyrenian House
11:45 am visibility
Wandoo Women's Rehabilitation Prison Therapeutic Community: The first three years
folder_open Cyrenian House
12:00 am visibility
Key Learnings from Year 1 of the Solid Steps AOD Program for Male Prisoners at Casuarina Prison, Perth
folder_open Palmerston Association
12:15PM
12:15PM
Lunch, exhibition and networking
1:15PM Keynote: Health, complexity, reform, and self determination.
1:15PM
Keynote Speaker: Dr Jessamine Soderstrom, Emergency Physician and Clinical Toxicologist, Royal Perth Hospital
2:15 pm visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: AHCWA
2:45 pm visibility
Engaging Ethnoculturally Diverse Communities – A Community Ambassador’s Approach
folder_open Multicultural Futures
3:00 pm visibility
Walking in Two Worlds: the story in the photo
folder_open KCADS
3:15 pm visibility
Enhancing services for Aboriginal clients and increasing the capacity of the Aboriginal AOD workforce in the Midwest
folder_open WACHS Midwest CADS
2:15 pm visibility
Establishing a Nurse Practitioner led mental health/drug and alcohol service: The Cockburn Wellbeing ‘Drug and Alcohol Support Service’.
folder_open Curtin University
2:30 pm visibility
Answering the call; supporting individuals navigate and connect to AOD/mental health services.
folder_open Mental Health Commission
2:45 pm visibility
Low-Medical Withdrawal Units; A successful partnership between AOD and Mental Health services
folder_open Cyrenian House
3:00 pm visibility
Making tobacco a priority across the Alcohol and Other Drug services sector
folder_open Cancer Council WA
2:45 pm visibility
Invited speaker and stream chair: Alison Evans
2:30 pm visibility
Proactively Working Together To Assist Alcohol Affected Vulnerable Clients In The Pilbara
folder_open Bloodwood Tree Association Inc
3:00 pm visibility
Families Healing Together
folder_open Milliya Rumurra Aboriginal Corporation
3:15 pm visibility
Multi-sectoral collaboration: Broadening our focus to achieve innovative solutions for complex community issue
folder_open Holyoake WCADS
3:30PM
3:30PM
Afternoon tea
3:45PM Conference wrap.
3:45PM
Panel discussion: Everybody's story. A discussion featuring WANADA Board members discussing the state of the sector.
4:15PM Conference wrap.
4:15PM
Closing remarks.
4:30PM
4:30PM
Conference close