Being Tech Savvy & 'Appy webinars

Learn to use technology safely and effectively through this 'How To' webinar series from the field. From negotiating your ‘virtual’ boundaries to advocating for change in your workplace, these webinars will offer practical, tried-and-tested tips to help support you in using technology with young people.

These webinars will help you to:

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  • Understand self-care in your personal and professional life and the impact technology can have.
  • Get practical advice on using technology and e-mental health tools in your work with young people.
  • Learn about how to advocate for the use of technology in your work.


Webinar 1: e-Self-care

Self Care, Virtual Boundaries and Professionalism

Broadcast 5th May 2015 – Presenters: Sera Harris, Meredith Turnbull and Vicki Cottier

Supporting resources for this webinar:



Webinar 2: Tech Tips

Practical tips on how to use technology in day-to-day practice with young people

Broadcast 12th May 2015 – Presenters: Sera Harris, Melissa Miller and Roseanna

Supporting resources for this webinar:



Webinar 3: Navigating Change

Ideas and examples of how to advocate for the use technology when working with young people


   

Broadcast 19th May 2015 – Presenters: Sera Harris, Tanya Holloway, Kate Jeffrey and James Black

Supporting resources for this webinar:



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This series of webinars is presented by ReachOut Professionals in partnership with NSW Kids and Families. It follows the NSW Kids and Families consultation project, “Tech Savvy & ‘Appy” in 2014, of young people and health professionals. The project explored the enablers and barriers of technology use when working with young people in health settings and this webinar series is a direct outcome from the findings of the consultations.



Next steps:

  1. Watch the videos
  2. Download the read the supporting material under each video.
  3. Share the videos with your colleagues to promote the use of technology in your service.
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