The ESTIE Research Report provides comprehensive details on the background, methodology, practice findings and implications of the ESTIE action research study that both investigated and developed practitioner and organisational capacity to drive improvements in collaborative and holistic service provision for children and families living with DFV where parental issues of mental health and/or alcohol and other drug use co-occur. The report is designed for policy makers, researchers and those interested in the research processes and findings from ESTIE, and includes discussion of capacity-building and practice change components of the project.
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Researchers: Kertesz, M., Isobe, J., Humphreys, C., Toivonen, C, Links, E. & Laing, L.
Citation: Kertesz, M., Isobe, J., Humphreys, C., Toivonen, C, Links, E. & Laing, L. (2022). Evidence to support Safe & Together Implementation and Evaluation: Final Research Report of the ESTIE Project. Melbourne: University of Melbourne.