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Public Health Forum - Not Inherently Vulnerable

September 14, 2017 at 3:14 PM

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

When: 1:00 pm, Wednesday 20th September

Where: The Liggins Theatre, Level 1, Building 16, Greenlane Clinical Centre

Not Inherently Vulnerable: An examination of paradigms, attitudes and systems that enable the abuse of dis/abled woman, hosted by the Auckland Regional Public Health Service.

By Debbie Hager

- Senior Tutor, School of Population health, The University of Auckland

Debbie Hager will present her PhD research that examines abuse against disabled women in New Zealand and what is being done to respond to this. She will discuss her findings with a particular emphasis on what was learnt about the underlying paradigms that support good and poor practice in health and social services and how this knowledge can be used to improve staff practice in health settings.

Download the flyer here.



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