Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Elizabeth Moore

 Elizabeth Moore

BSocWork (LTU), BSocSci (UNE), MA (UNSW), MLegSt (UTS), MAASW

Profile

Elizabeth has extensive experience in practice, policy and leadership roles in government human services, policy and inquiry bodies. While full time for ten years at Charles Sturt University she developed and taught subjects in juvenile justice, social policy and case management.  During that time she held government advisory positions, conducted teaching consultancies, researched and published. Regularly contracted to deliver work integrated learning in case management, from 1998 to 2013 Elizabeth took up a leadership role of Senior Practitioner Case Management within the New South Wales government disability sector.  Elizabeth is a registered member of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) conducting a mix of private, voluntary and sessional teaching.

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Teaching

Experience of subject co-ordination in:

  • juvenile justice
  • social policy
  • case management
  • field education

Current sessional contribution to the following subjects:

  • HCS303 Professional Field Education 1
  • HCS505 Professional Field Education 1
  • HCS402 Professional Field Education 2
  • HCS506 Professional Field Education 2
  • SWK424 Social Work Practicum 2A

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Research

Completed funded projects in the areas of:

  • NSW Chamber Magistrate and legal protection from family violence
  • Rural Aboriginal women's experiences of legal protection from family violence
  • Work integrated learning

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Selected publications and reports

  • Moore, E. (2011) NSW Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC): Using an action learning approach to reforming case management practice and culture. In S. O'Toole, N. Ferres & J. Connell eds. People Development An Inside View. Tilde University Press, Prahran, Australia, Pp. 42-49.
  • Moore, E. & Stefanutti, C. (2010) (unpublished) Report of the Evaluation of Southern Region Community Support Team Conference August 25-27th 2009. Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Human Services, Southern Region: Queanbeyan.
  • Moore, E. ed. (2009) Case Management for Community Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia. http://www.oup.com.au/titles/higher_ed/social_science/social_work/9780195562149
  • Moore, E. (2009) Systems diversity: definitions and archetypes. In E. Moore ed. Case Management for Community Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia, Pp. 29-55.
  • Moore, E. & McDonald, C. (2009) Origins, influences and challenges of contemporary case management. In E. Moore ed. Case Management for Community Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia, Pp. 1-23.
  • Moore, E., Randall, C. & Barton, H. (2009) Practice functions. In E. Moore ed. Case Management for Community Practice. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia, Pp. 101-132.
  • Moore, E. (2008) The pilot domestic violence intervention court model (DVICM): toward evidence-led practice in Wagga Wagga in rural Australia. In Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services. Special Edition Vol. 7. No. 2, 2008. University Of Calgary Press: Aberta (http://www.ucalgary.ca/currents Accessed 9/6/2009)
  • Spooner, C., Flaxman, S., Moore, E., Jackson Pulver, L. & Howard, J. (2008) Evaluation of the Tirkandi Inaburra Cultural and Developmental Centre: Final Report for the NSW Attorney General's Department. University of New South Wales Evaluation Consortium: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW: Kensington.
  • Moore, E. & Pawar, M. (2007) Promoting international social work discourse through conference participation: Praxis and the Solidarity Fund of Global Social Work 2004.Advances .The Journal of the Australian Association of Social Work and Welfare Educators (AASWWE), vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 27-44.

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Selected conferences

8-12 July 2012, Stockholm

Enabling Rights Based Disability Support Practice and Education.

2012 Joint World Conference on Social Work and social Development: Action and Impact.

16-17 September 2010, Melbourne

Elizabeth Moore & Lynne Koerbin, Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Human Services.

Aligning Case Management with New Directions in Individualised Disability Support.

Evolving Practices: Framing Case Management for the Future. 13th Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Case Management Society of Australia.

2-4 August 2010, Sydney

Elizabeth Moore, Brett Thomas & Lynne Koerbin, Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Human Services.

Complex care - ENABLEing children, young people and family carers.

Building a Child Friendly Australia: Responding to Vulnerable Families: Association of Children's Welfare Agencies Conference 2010, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney.

25-27 August 2009, Wollongong

Then, Now and Frontiers: Aligning Case management Values, Policy and Practice.

Stronger Together NOW (Networking Organisational Windows) Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Human Services, Southern Region Community Support Team conference.

24 August 2009, Sydney

Developing a Learning Culture to Support a Contemporary Paradigm Shift in Disability Case Management.

NSW Community Options Inc. State Conference and Annual General Meeting, Crowne Plaza, Coogee Beach, Sydney.

18-19 June 2009, Melbourne

Developing a Learning Culture to Support a Contemporary Paradigm Shift in Disability Case Management. Plenary.

From Beginner to Winner, 12th National Conference and Exhibition of the Case Management Society of Australia, Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne.

6 November 2007, Calgary

Domestic Violence Court Intervention Model: Toward evidence led practice
in rural Wagga Wagga.

Research and Education for Solutions to Violence and Abuse (RESOLVE) Research Day, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

18-20 April 2007, Toronto

Community Case Management: Consultation on an International Practice Text
Elizabeth Moore, Australia & Atlanta Sloane-Seale, Canada.

1st National Case Management Network of Canada Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

17 April 2007, Winnipeg

Featured Speaker: Case Management Strategies and Global Perspectives.

10th Annual Symposium on Case Management

Extended Education, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada.

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