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Radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation and grievance-fuelled violence: Navigating privacy, confidentiality and ethical challenges.


When: Tuesday 18 August 2020
What Time: 7.15 – 8.30 pm AEST - click here for time zone information
Where:
Online - join via your computer
Cost:
Free      

Aim: Join this webinar to help you better understand the principles underpinning privacy,          confidentiality and ethics and help you manage any concerns you have when treating and/or supporting someone who may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence. 

An expert panel comprising, Dr Danny Sullivan (psychiatrist), Professor Alfred Allan (clinical psychologist) and Dr Ines Rio (GP), under Professor Mark Creamer’s (clinical psychologist) stewardship, will discuss a range of hypothetical scenarios.  


Read more about our panelists here


Learning outcomes:  

Through a facilitated panel discussion, about a number of hypothetical scenarios, at the completion of the webinar participants will:  

1. Name the key principles of confidentiality, privacy and ethics when treating and/or supporting people who may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.   

2. Describe the key indicators and circumstances for disclosure when treating and/or supporting people who may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.   

3. Have an awareness of referral pathways and take appropriate steps if they are concerned that a person may pose a serious threat to themselves or others by way of radicalisation to violent extremism, fixation or grievance-fuelled violence.

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