Donata Sackey BSoc. Wk. (Hons),Director Mater Refugee Health service and Deputy Director Mater UQ Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation – Mater Health
Over the past 11 years, Donata has worked with the Mater UQ Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation. The Centre has a strong focus on evaluation, research and implementing new models of care. Donata oversees three key refugee health areas – Mater Refugee Complex Care Clinic, Mater Integrated Refugee Health Service and Refugee Health Network Qld. Donata is the current Chair for the Refugee Health Network Qld Partnership Advisory Group. Prior to joining the Mater, Donata held positions in various human service organisations including over a decade with QPASTT (Qld Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma), mental health services and international student services. She has a social work degree and has a long standing interest in refugee health, community engagement, policy and evaluation.
Donata will be presenting as part of the 'Ways of working' showcase session on Thursday 13 February
Conference Day One Thursday 13
Plenary Showcase: Ways of working: self-representation, collaboration and reconciliation
A showcase of local and national initiatives highlighting the collaboration of multiple service providers to deliver community-defined requirements.
Speakers, Organisations/ Initatives
Joseph Youhana, National Refugee Advocacy and Advisory Group
Gulnara Abbasova, Harmony Alliance