FAMS

23 September 2021

Children and Young People: Telepractice Research Project Development

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On Sunday 20 June 2021, Fams conducted a focus group with members of the outgoing NSW Advocate for Children and Young People’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC).

The purpose of the focus group was to discuss what the group members think Fams needs to explore with children and young people of their experience with telepractice.

The findings of this focus group will be used to develop a research study for the next phase of Fams’ Telepractice in Family Work study. They will inform project refinement, including an application for ethics approval to conduct focus groups with children and young people.

You can download the paper below or find it on our Research page. 

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