The inaugural FRSA 2016 Conference e-journal (edition 1) has recently been released, providing an essential resource for stakeholders within the family and relationship services sector to be better informed on topics relating to Measuring Success in the family and relationship sector for the wellbeing of children, families and communities, which was the theme for the recent FRSA National Conference.
The FRSA 2016 Conference e-journal was released at the National Conference on Thursday 1st December by Conference Reference Committee Chair, Fiona Harley.
Compiled from the 56 successful abstracts submitted by a range of key authors, who were selected through an extensive blind review process. In aligning with the conference’s concurrent session streams, the successful papers focus on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander services, the first 1000 days and successful workforce preparedness in the sector.
FRSA is very excited to launch this publication and look forward to publishing future e-journals that align with FRSA Conferences in years to come.
The e-journal is freely available via the FRSA website here.