Are you a practitioner who loves great research?
A researcher passionate about best practice?
If yes, then
YOU ARE ONE OF US.
Pracademics aims to inform, connect and inspire researchers and practitioners, to enable everyone to embrace pracademic principles. Whether you are a practitioner who loves learning about new research, or a researcher wanting to share their work with others - we want you to join us. We are currently offering researchers and practitioners free affiliate memberships that offers the following benefits:
- Free in-house webinars from researchers and practitioners in the field
- Obtain a 10% discount on all Pracademics training and external webinars
- Access to weekly research reviews
- Quarterly newsletters with research updates and information on upcoming training
- Opportunities to participate in research to advance the field
Scroll through the Galleries below to see the current webinar, training and research information available for our members.
Free webinars for all members
This webinar is presented by Candice Butler, Senior Practice Leader from the QATSCIPP, and Professor Muriel Bamblett, CEO, of VACCA. The webinar discusses initiatives on promoting leadership and self-determination by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander's within the Child Protection system. This is a vital area to understand for anyone working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.
This webinar is presented by Dr Sara McLean and produced by Australian Institute of Family Studies - Child Family Community Australia. Dr McLean is a Consultant Psychologist in Child Protection and reviews the emerging evidence on the impact of adversity on children’s development, and also discusses how this research should guide our practice.
This webinar considers how the voices of children are central to a child-safe organisation and is based on research conducted by the Institute of Child Protection Studies, which explored children's perceptions of safety. The webinar explores strategies to engage children in conversations of risk and safety and build their protective behaviours and increase their sense of safety within the organisation. This should be watched by anyone who works in a child and youth serving organisation and wants to evidence-informed strategies to build a child-safe organisation with children and young people in your care.
This webinar is presented by India BRYCE, who is a former child protection practitioner and current lecturer at University of Southern Queensland. India is passionate about understanding and recognising the impact of cumulative harm on children, as well as developing evidence based responses to ensure the protection and recover of these children.
10% discount on Pracademic's training for all members
Keeping the Brain in Mind
This training looks at the connection between dysfunctional early life experiences and problematic behaviour by examining what we know about the neurological impact of early trauma and insecure attachment relationships on children and adolescents. We will present a treatment approach which seeks to integrate the brain and body based research on trauma and attachment and our understanding of "healthy" childhood developmental progress rather than those that "solely" look to find a means for stopping negative behaviour. Age range: 6-21 years.
Interested in advancing the evidence-base in the field? Members can register their interest as a practitioner research participant. You will be contacted about research opportunities relevant to your role and expertise and we can ensure that researchers are well informed by the practitioners in the field.
Not ready to be a member but want to be informed about latest research?
Subscribe to our "Research Translation" email and receive a monthly link to our latest review.
Click on the images below to read the past reviews
Randy Borum and Marisa Reddy (2001)
Erin Nekvasil and Dewey Cornell (2012)
Prince, Andrews, Lamb and Foster (2018)
Alaggia, Collin-Vézina & Lateef (2017)
Modecki, K., Zimmer-Gimbeck, M., & Guerra, N. (2017)
Bartlett, Barto, Griffin, Goldman Fraser, Hodgdon & Bodian (2016)
Frederico, Jackson, Black, Cox and Joffe (2018)
Lisa De La Rue, Joshua Polanin, Dorothy Espelage and Terri Pigott (2017)
Tirado-Muñoz, Gilchrist, Farré, Hegarty & Torrens (2014)