Research Output per year
Sue Moore is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Health and Human Sciences/Social Work specialising in social policy, child protection, sexual violence, community work and remote practice. She is interested in community capacity building in the field of child protection and sexual violence. More specifically, her work examines remote Aboriginal community driven approaches to protecting children from sexual abuse. Sue holds degrees in social work and social science and recently won a PhD scholarship. When not at work, Sue can be found studying, relaxing or a sexual assault counsellor on-call with Darwin Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC).
Development of a web-based resource for supporting social workers’ decision making in practice: Final ReportMoore, S., Tschanter, E. & Rees, N., 2016, Charles Darwin University. 35 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other report › Research
Fault lines or Songlines? The influence of remote Aboriginal communities in shaping social research priorities in child protectionMoore, S., 19 Dec 2016, In : Fusion. 10, p. 607-625 19 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review