Abstracts

Abstracts may viewed by following the links below.

Socio-legal Perspectives
- Paper 1 - Squalor as a legal concept
- Paper 2 - The role of the Medical Officer of Health under section 126 of the New Zealand Health Act 1956
- Paper 3 - Chicken or the egg? Mental illness or squalor?

Hoarding 1
- Paper 4 - The Psychology of Compulsive Hoarding
- Paper 5 - Everything you ever wanted to know about compulsive hoarding but were afraid to ask: A psychological perspective
- Paper 6 - A Foot in the Door: A Guidance Document to Assist in the Management of Cases of Compulsive Hoarding and Domestic Squalor

Hoarding 2: Community Impact
- Paper 7 - The Western Aged Care Assessment Service (WACAS) working model for hoarding
- Paper 8 - Hoarding - A Fire Services Perspective
- Paper 9 - Animal Hoarding - Human or Animal Welfare?

Ethics & Decision Making
- Paper 10 - Perceptions and Views of Self Neglect: A Client-Centred Perspective
- Paper 11 - Assessment and decision making processes community nurses use to care for clients living in domestic squalor
- Paper 12 - 'Everyone Deserves a Chance' - A Domiciliary Care SA training initiative for staff working in complex home environments

Promoting Good Practice
- Paper 13 - Good Living Conditions Project - Connecting Community Services to collaboratively address Domestic Squalor in the Illawarra
- Paper 14 - Public places; private issues: Helping rough sleepers in squalor
- Paper 15 - Shine - A Spotlight on Integrating Community Resources in Rural NSW