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Dear Participant

Thank you for your participation in our recent August Rainbow Tick Community of Practice session.

Rainbow Health Victoria hosts these sessions to support and connect those working to develop LGBTIQ safe and welcoming services. The group offers an opportunity to ask questions, share challenges and develop good practice.

Rainbow Tick Community of Practice uses the Rainbow Tick standards as a useful framework to guide best practice, and is open to people from any organisation, at any point in a journey towards LGBTIQ inclusion.

In this session we focused on;
  • Standard 4: A Welcoming and Accessible Organisation
In the current context where many services are providing remote service delivery, how do we signal to LGBTIQ staff, volunteers and service users that we are a safe and welcoming service for them in virtual environments?
  • Standard 6: Culturally Safe and Acceptable Services
How do we identify, assess and manage what the specific challenges and risks are for LGBTIQ staff and service users, in order to ensure cultural safety at this time?

Read our summary document which contains ideas participants shared in this session about how we can translate these standards during the current context of our organisations and modes of delivery during Covid-19.
 
Thank you as always for your active participation, wonderful ideas and hard work.
 
Warm regards,

Jami Jones
Manager Education and Engagement

Rainbow Health Victoria
Join us at our next Community of Practice

September 23, 10am-12pm

How have the workforce development needs of organisations changed at this time?
Beyond training, what innovative and accessible ways can we use to support ongoing learning and practice development at this time?

In this session we will:

• Share strategies for meeting the ongoing learning and development needs of organisations to support LGBTIQ inclusive practice
• Hear from a panel of organisations about how they are adapting their workforce development in the current context.

Register now

October 21,10am-12pm

How are client presentations changing during COVID-19?
What trends are services seeing in risk, vulnerability and resilience for LGBTIQ communities?

This session is particularly appropriate for front-line service and staff involved in clinical decision-making.

In this session we will:

• Hear from organisations about how the pandemic is affecting mental health, alcohol and other drug use and family violence within their client base
• Consider the implications of the current context for client service models and inclusive practice for LGBTIQ community-controlled services and LGBTIQ-inclusive mainstream services.

Register now

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