UCLan Connect Centre for International Research on Violence and Harm.
9:15am – 4:30pm. Brockholes Conference Centre, Preston.
Keynote Speaker: Professor Gene Felder (University of Bristol).
Hear about the latest research from the Connect Centre team.
Attend workshops on areas of specialist interest.
Network with other practitioners, researchers, students and commissioners.
Cost: £25 pp.
Lunch & free parking will be provided
To book your place, contact Yvonne Bembridge: Ybembridge@uclan.ac.uk
Or Phone: 01772 893935
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|9.15am||Registration; tea and coffee|
|9.45am||Introduction and Welcome|
Gene Feder, Professor of Primary Care, University of Bristol
Dancing with the Third Sector: Health care responses to domestic violence
|10.40am||Nicky Stanley, Professor of Social Work, Connect Centre
Key Elements of a ‘Whole Family’ Intervention for Families Experiencing Domestic Violence and Abuse
Christine Barter, Reader, Connect Centre
Commissioning and Delivering VAWG Services in the Context of Austerity
Sangeeta Kalia and Laura Dix, Women’s Aid
Change that Lasts: The right response to domestic abuse -interactive workshop exploring what it means to adopt a needs-based approach.
Nicola Farrelly, PhD Student, Connect Centre
Protecting Children from Domestic Abuse: Primary school prevention
|12.20pm||Rachel Robbins, Senior Research Fellow
Survivors of Domestic Abuse:Learning beyond the research outcomes
|2.00pm||Lorraine Radford, Professor of Social Work, Connect Centre
Partnerships for Early Intervention for Children Living With Domestic Abuse: Experiences from research in a seaside town
Getting it Right First Time: Addressing the challenges in the response to domestic abuse
Michelle McManus,National Research Lead for Public Health & Policing, Public Health Wales
Using an ACE-informed Approach Across Policing and Health Within Wales
Kelly Bracewell, Research Associate, Connect Centre
Opportunities and Obstacles in Education for Teenagers Living in Refuges
|3.40pm||Khatidja Chantler, Reader, Connect Centre
Using Domestic Homicide Reviews to Enhance Knowledge and Practice