This survey aims to build a better understanding of current sexual and reproductive health awareness and practices among education providers, organisations and agents providing services to international students.
This includes the frequency, type of information, services and resources used, as well as ways to improve information and services.
Participation involves completing a 15-20 minute online survey. You do not need to provide any identifying details.
All information provided will remain anonymous and confidential.
Please click on the link here for more detailed information about this study and to access the online survey.
Please feel free to share this post with people who may be interested in participating.
This study has been approved by the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Human Research Ethics Committee HREC reference number: 19/007
Wednesday 11 April 5:30 – 7:00pm – networking event for members and your colleagues
Join us for a post-work get-together to catch up on news and speak to sector representatives. For this first 2018 event we will meet at the MLC Centre Sydney, right by Martin Place Station. Details to follow soon.
Tuesday 1 May – half day PD session: under 18 students
This session will focus on case study examples of best practice policies and guidelines for under 18 students. We will review in consideration of the National Code 2018. Details to follow soon.
Coming Soon! – half-day PD session: international student mental health & staff self-care
This session will cover:
- What support services does your institution have for international students
- What is your institution’s critical incident policy?
- First-hand experiences of counsellor/student advisors on issues they encounter, how it affects them, and self-care practices
- Presentation from English Australia about the 2018 research and guidelines on international student mental health
- Opportunity to share your experiences and best practice
- Guidance on self-care/workshops for professional staff
This is a gentle reminder that the 29th ISANA International Education Association Conference will be held at the Sydney Masonic Centre, New South Wales on 4 – 7 December 2018.
The theme for the conference is ‘Educate and collaborate: Inclusive practices to enable international students’.
The Program Committee invites you to submit an abstract for presentation. This is an opportunity for you and your colleagues to participate in sharing best practice initiatives and contribute to the success of this national event.
ALL ABSTRACTS DUE 16TH MAY
check details here: http://2018.isanaconference.com/submission
Book now for a space at our April workshop presented by the Overseas Students Ombudsman. The workshop will cover the essential information about student complaints for those who work with international students. More info here.