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At our annual Coroners Court Conference, you will explore emerging issues challenging society and affecting your role. It attracts Coroners from all over Australia and New Zealand.  

In 2021 we will be hosting a one-day online program. A range of experts will shine a light on issues relevant to the coronial jurisdiction, including:

  • Suicide – contributing factors and prevention and how suicide shapes young people's futures
  • The Silver Tsunami challenges and opportunities in geriatric trauma
  • Investigative Rubric – how to build a safety culture in the coronial jurisdiction.

This program is for judicial officers and coroners only.

Location

Online

Presenters
Justice Mortimer

Justice Deborah Mortimer

Justice Mortimer was appointed to the Federal Court in July 2013. She hears first instance cases across a range of the Court’s practice areas, but with a focus on Administrative and Constitutional Law and Human Rights, and Native Title. She is a National coordinating Judge under the Court’s National Practice Area system in native title.

Associate Professor Jo Robinson

Associate Professor Jo Robinson

Associate Professor Robinson leads the suicide prevention research unit at Orygen in Melbourne. Her work focuses on the development, and testing, of novel interventions that specifically target at risk youth across settings. She leads a number of studies including the development of the #chatsafe guidelines, the first evidence-based best practice guidelines for safe peer-peer communication about suicide online. 

Dr Andrea Kattula

Dr Andrea Kattula

Dr Andrea Kattula originally trained as an anaesthetist, working in hospitals in Australia and the United States. She transitioned to a career in Safety & Quality in healthcare, including appointment as the inaugural Medical Director for the Clinical Governance Program at a tertiary hospital in 2006. She has extensive experience establishing clinical governance systems and processes, leading change, engaging clinicians and supporting clinical leadership development.

Dr Mya Cubbitt

Dr Mya Cubbitt

Dr Mya Cubitt is an Emergency and Acute Medical Unit Physician in Melbourne Victoria. She is also the Victorian State Faculty Chair for the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. She has a masters degree in Trauma Science with Queen Mary University and the Barts Institute in London and a research, education and collaborative learning interest in improving the care of our injured older patients.

Christine Morgan

Christine Morgan

Christine is the CEO of the National Mental Health Commission and National Suicide Prevention Adviser to Prime Minister Scott Morrison. She is a passionate leader in mental health care reform, committed to listening and responding to the voice and needs of those with lived experience. Prior to joining the Commission, Christine was CEO of the Butterfly Foundation for eating disorders and Director of the National Eating Disorders Collaboration. 

Presenters
Justice Mortimer

Justice Deborah Mortimer

Justice Mortimer was appointed to the Federal Court in July 2013. She hears first instance cases across a range of the Court’s practice areas, but with a focus on Administrative and Constitutional Law and Human Rights, and Native Title. She is a National coordinating Judge under the Court’s National Practice Area system in native title.

Associate Professor Jo Robinson

Associate Professor Jo Robinson

Associate Professor Robinson leads the suicide prevention research unit at Orygen in Melbourne. Her work focuses on the development, and testing, of novel interventions that specifically target at risk youth across settings. She leads a number of studies including the development of the #chatsafe guidelines, the first evidence-based best practice guidelines for safe peer-peer communication about suicide online. 

Dr Andrea Kattula

Dr Andrea Kattula

Dr Andrea Kattula originally trained as an anaesthetist, working in hospitals in Australia and the United States. She transitioned to a career in Safety & Quality in healthcare, including appointment as the inaugural Medical Director for the Clinical Governance Program at a tertiary hospital in 2006. She has extensive experience establishing clinical governance systems and processes, leading change, engaging clinicians and supporting clinical leadership development.

Dr Mya Cubbitt

Dr Mya Cubbitt

Dr Mya Cubitt is an Emergency and Acute Medical Unit Physician in Melbourne Victoria. She is also the Victorian State Faculty Chair for the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. She has a masters degree in Trauma Science with Queen Mary University and the Barts Institute in London and a research, education and collaborative learning interest in improving the care of our injured older patients.

Christine Morgan

Christine Morgan

Christine is the CEO of the National Mental Health Commission and National Suicide Prevention Adviser to Prime Minister Scott Morrison. She is a passionate leader in mental health care reform, committed to listening and responding to the voice and needs of those with lived experience. Prior to joining the Commission, Christine was CEO of the Butterfly Foundation for eating disorders and Director of the National Eating Disorders Collaboration.