ASTSS and ACPMH announce ACOTS 2014
The collaboration between the Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and the Australian Center for Posttraumatic Mental Health continues in 2014 to present the Australasian Conference On Traumatic Stress.
Save these dates:
Thursday September 11th 2014 - Preconfence Workshops with international keynote speakers
Friday September 12th to Saturday September 13th - Conference
Watch this space for more information over the comming weeks.
ASTSS is a partner in a global collaboration between all Traumatic Stress Societies around the world. As a united international entity we have decided to address child abuse as a global problem of priority.
An application for funding has now been made to a Canadian funding body called "Grand Challenges". Part of the evaluation process involves production of a video and then voting on the importance of that idea.
Grand Challenges has now released the video applications for the "Stars in Global Health" competition.
I am writing to ask you to please view our two-minute video and cast your vote in support of our application.
Our application is titled “I-CAN: International approach to Child Abuse and Neglect - a mobile phone application.” This application is the first step in a global collaboration that aims to help survivors of child abuse and neglect around the world.
Go directly to our video, by following the link below.
The link below will take you to the page containing all videos.
Please support this important initiative. Every vote counts!
ASTSS congratulates regular Stress Points book reviewer Paul D. Carter PhD, whose novel Eleven Seasons has won the 2012 Vogel Literary Award.
The Vogel Award is the richest and most prestigious award for an unpublished manuscript in Australia. Past winners include Kate Grenville, Andrew McGahan, Bernard Cohen and Tim Winton.
To read a sample of Eleven Seasons (https://eleven-seasons-263ea8.booki.sh/)
To listen to the ABC Radio National interview with Paul D Carter (http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandartsdaily/2012-vogel-winner3a-paul-carter/3975828).