Articles about “Student Projects”
Beyond sexual assault: For dental professionals
This information series was produced by Allison Payet as part of 'Bridging The Gap: The Impact Of Sexual Assault on Oral Health & Dental Experiences' (2007) The information in this booklet will assist you to recognise the possible indicators of sexual assault in a dental setting and support the patient...
Bridging the gap: A research report
For Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Workers
This research study explores the experiences of adult female and male victim/survivors of sexual assault when accessing and receiving dental treatment and the awareness of dental professionals around the prevalence of sexual assault and the impact that sexual assault can have on victim/survivors dental experiences.
Does posting in an online community encourage young people to disclose sexual assault or abuse?
For Students, Workers
In 2010 Lisa Smith from the Australian Catholic University conducted research for SECASA into the use of online social media by young people in disclosing sexual assault.
Online peer support and counselling options for victim/survivors of sexual assault
For Female Survivors, Male Survivors
In 2011 Michi Forgan and Avrille Burrows, RMIT final year Social Work students, researched and produced information sheets about online oprtions for both peer support and counselling of victim/survivors of sexual assault.
SECASA client experiences of technologically-facilitated sexual assault and violence
For Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Workers
In 2014, Belinda Harvey, Social Work students from Monash University, took a placement at SECASA. This study is the result of work completed on her placement.
For Students, Teachers
In 2011, Monash Medical Faculty Community Based Program students Amanda Hammond and Marion Tisser produced two anti-sexting factsheets, one for young people and one for parents and carers and also conducted a number of information sessions at various schools about sexting.
Sexual assault of older people
For Family & Friends, Students, Workers
Information about the sexual assault of older women and men.
Working with clients with a cognitive impairment who have been sexually assaulted?
For Students, Workers
SECASA is currently implementing the Making Rights Reality Pilot Project for clients with a cognitive impairment or communication difficulties.In 2012 Sophie Gilmore and Natalie Titmus, Social Work students from Monash University, took a placement at SECASA. The students' project arose out of the need for counsellor/advocates at SECASA to have...