Our conference aims to bring together experts, researchers, professionals, advocates, and those with lived experience to deepen our understanding and ability to respond to traumatic brain injuries caused by interpersonal violence. Through knowledge exchange, collaboration, and innovative solutions, we strive to enhance prevention strategies, support systems, and survivor-centred interventions
- Dr. Hinemoa Elder
- Dr. Alice Theadom
- Dr. Debbie Hagar
- Dr. Eve Valera
- Dr. Kim Gorgens
- Katherine Snedaker
Emcee: Alison Mau
Outcome one: Mahi Tahi
- Collaboration, Networking, and Advocacy
- Networking and connection for professionals working in the health, disability, family violence, and criminal justice spaces.
Opportunity for inter-agency collaboration- to maximise the safety and support for victim-survivors of TBI.
Outcome two: Ora
- Wellbeing and Restoration of Victim-Survivors
- Highlighting current kaupapa Māori research and tools in prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of TBI’s.
- Highlighting the voices, challenges, experiences, and aspirations of our disabled community, whaikaha Māori, and those with lived experience of TBI/IPV.
- Challenging the myths, norms and societal attitudes associated with TBI/IPV which lead to invisibility of victim-survivors.
Outcome three: Kaitiakitanga
- Protection and Accountability to Victim-Survivors
- Current interdisciplinary discussions on the intersection of TBI and IPV.
- Identification of gaps in TBI/IPV sectors.
- New frameworks and tools to enhance professional practice.
- Increased capability of our specialist workforces in the TBI/IPV spaces.
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