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Completed Projects - Steps in Education
A community program providing sex education, child health and development,and maternal health information, in remote areas for young women
community program, child health, child development, health information
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Completed Projects

The experience in content and resource writing has been varied from writing training support manuals, reference manuals for staff on various areas. Below is a list of material which has been completed including a current commissioned project.

Completed Resource & Content Writing Projects

Our current project is in partnership with a psychotherapist to assist in the development of a support program for families and support them in meeting the psycho-emotional needs of their child/children of various ages.

Created a reference manual for Indigenous Health Workers, with a particular focus on child health and development commissioned by Yura Yungi Aboriginal Health Service (Western Australia, 2019)

Development of a training manual for using a lead testing machine for all staff who would be screening children aged 6 months to 5 years. The training manual includes clinical guidelines on the safe collection of capillary blood with a particular emphasis on ensuring no contamination of the collection point of the sample. This project was developed with funding from Queensland Health and implemented at Mount Isa (2017).

In partnership with Dental Health Services Victoria we worked with assisting in the development of a training resource for early childhood workers working in early parenting services. The purpose of the program was to develop an informational package to ensure that families were aware of the importance of good early dental care, with the eruption of the infants first teeth. The partnership included three Early Parenting Services in Victoria. The program was called Baby Teeth Count Too and was launched in 2014.

We have worked with the development of 6 eLearning nursing education programs for three different organisations, with the primary focus on child health and development (2018).

We have completed various contract positions as an abstract reviewer for nursing conferences, including Chronic Disease Conference in Alice Springs 2014, International Nurses Conference 2013 and a reviewer of nursing articles for a Nurses Journal.

Completed writing of two competency modules for a Medical Book Publishing Company (2018).

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