Streamlining the referral experience: Clinical guidance for completing the Victorian Alcohol and Other (AOD) Comprehensive Assessment for people seeking admission to residential withdrawal.

When?

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

What Time?

01:00 PM AEST - 02:00 PM AEST

Where?

ONLINE


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About the Webinar

This webinar will be essential viewing for Victorian AOD clinicians involved in completing and receiving the comprehensive AOD assessment for people seeking admission to residential withdrawal. 

In this webinar AOD clinicians highlight the important elements essential in quality assessment for admission to residential withdrawal services. This webinar has been developed after consultation with the wider AOD sector and residential intake workers across Victoria. The presentation alongside the power point will be valuable when inducting new staff to screening and assessment roles and as a reminder to existing staff when referring to residential withdrawal services.


Presenters:

Rebecca Smyth

Rebecca has been the Unit Manager at Depaul House Residential Withdrawal Unit since 2018. (De Paul House is part of St. Vincent’s Department of Addiction Medicine). Originally from Ireland, where she completed a Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing (Hons) before migrating to Australia in 2013. Rebecca's clinical experience ranges from Forensic to Child & Adolescent Mental health, with previous management roles held at Acute Adult Inpatient Mental Health Services both in NSW & Victoria

Goldie Nemirovsky

Goldie is the Senior Intake and Assessment Advisor at Windana for the adult residential withdrawal unit and currently leads the admission team. Goldie assesses and coordinates new referrals for residential withdrawal, as well as providing clinical supervision for her team. She has an extensive background in intake and assessment in the AOD sector and has also worked broadly in youth mental health. Her areas of interest include mental health comorbidity, training staff, streamlining referral processes and reflective practice.