Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
1-3 March 2023
Dr Hayley Passmore is a child health researcher based at the Telethon Kids Institute in Boorloo (Perth). Hayley has qualifications in child health, criminology and psychology, and over 11 years working in adult corrections and youth justice facilities. In 2019, she completed her PhD focusing on the workforce development component of the internationally recognised Banksia Hill Detention Centre study; the first Australian study to explore the prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) among justice-involved young people. Hayley is the project lead and developer of Reframe Training; an evidence-based program educating frontline staff on the management and support of young people with neurodisability. Hayley has received international recognition for her research and its impact, including receiving a 2020 Churchill Fellowship, being named a 2021 AMP Foundation Tomorrow Maker and a 2022 WA Finalist for Young Australian of the Year.