Evaluation of the preventing lateral violence workshop in Adelaide, South Australia: Phase one questionnaire responses

Yvonne Clark, Martha Augoustinos, Merridy Malin

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Abstract

Education and awareness workshops are important resources to the Indigenous
community in Australia to tackle difficult issues and situations within communities. It is equally important that such workshops are appropriately
evaluated to ensure that they are relevant, refined and continued within communities. This paper focuses on an evaluation of the one-day Preventing Lateral Violence workshop. A sample of six workshops were conducted predominately in Adelaide in 2014 using pre, post and three months post workshop measures to determine the impact on participants. Phase one measured participant changes in four areas which were awareness, understanding, knowledge as well as prevention strategies of lateral violence.
LanguageEnglish
Article number4
Pages41-53
Number of pages13
JournalJournal of Indigenous Wellbeing Te Mauri Pimatisiwin
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2017

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