This conference is focused on preventing bullying, harassment and discrimination
The No More Harm National Conference will be held at QT Gold Coast on Monday 25 & Tuesday 26 March 2019.
This informative conference has grown over the last 7 years to encompass societal behaviour conversations to promote positive change in harmful situations. This annual conference provides an opportunity to be involved in multidisciplinary and cross-level dialogues through oral presentations, panels, workshops and networking to discuss solutions. The educational program provides discussion on current learnings and new advances with like minded professionals in advocating change toward harmful behaviour. Focus on the areas of bullying, harassment and discriminative behaviour is the heart of the conference and the impact of these behaviours in the workplace, community and schools. We invite you to be part of this important conference.
- Dr Eiman Tamah Al-shammari, Kuwait University Fighting Bullying – A Kuwaiti Case
- Dr Sean Brooks, Partners In Learning The Origins of School Violence: From Adult Efficacy to Education
- Miss Nina Fitzgerald, Imbue You Entertainment Joey’s Theory The Law of Behaviour
- Ms Katrina Lane-krebs, CQUniversity Stabilising the Totem Pole: Bullying and Mobbing in Nursing Academia
- Mrs Julie Panagiris, SWSLHD Perfectionism as a Tool of Avoidance in Mental Health Professionals
- Ms Jan Rashbrook, P&R Quality Solutions Towering Possibilities – Building Resilient Communities in High-Rise Multi-Occupant Properties
- Mrs Sue Suchocki, Applied Techniques Training The Emotions Behind Bullying-Using EFT To Tap Out Bullying
- Mrs Maureen Wilde, SWSLHD Harm No More: More Harm Done than Good