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Trauma-aware schooling conference invitation for abstracts

The Queensland University of Technology, the University of Southern Queensland and the Behaviour Support Service, Metropolitan Region, Department of Education and Training are hosting the 2017 Trauma Aware Schooling Conference in Brisbane on 15th -16th October, to discuss, learn about and respond to the issues of complex childhood trauma and the need for trauma-aware practice in schools.

The organisers are calling for abstracts of no more than 250 words on one or more of the conference themes: impacts of complex trauma, trauma-aware classrooms or schools, experiences of specific populations and trauma, interventions and initiatives, and resilience. Abstracts can be submitted online with a template available for download. Submissions close Sunday, 25th June 2017. Read more.

For any enquiries, contact traumaconf@qut.edu.au or call 07 3138 7274.

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