BASPCAN seminars and conference: ‘Pathways to harm, pathways to protection’ & ‘Evidence-informed practice, practice-informed research’ - UK

Pathways to harm, pathways to protection: Learning from serious and fatal child maltreatment

A series of one-day seminars drawing on learning from the Department for Education Triennial Review of Serious Case Reviews, 2011-14 - released July 2016

The seminar facilitators are Professor Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia and Dr Peter Sidebotham, University of Warwick along with Invited Participants.

7 October 2016 – Kings College London

17 October 2016 – Maldron Hotel, Dublin

31 October 2016 – The Bristol Hotel, Bristol

4 November 2016 – Royal Angus Hotel, Birmingham

29 November 2016 – The Royal Scots Club, Edinburgh

Prices start from £33 for students and non-members are offered complimentary membership (criteria applies)

We recommend early booking as demand is high

http://www.baspcan.org.uk/booking.php

 

25th Anniversary of Child Abuse Review

Evidence-Informed Practice, Practice-Informed Research
18th November 2016, Birmingham

To celebrate the occasion of 25 years of the Journal ‘Child Abuse Review’ BASPCAN is holding a one day event. 
Past and present editors will be involved and the day will include invited expert speakers presenting on current themes including CSE and Child Sexual Abuse, Translating Research Into Practice, Neglect, Domestic Violence and Parenting.

A full day involving previous CAR authors, oral papers in parallel sessions, interactive poster presentations and a breakfast meeting on how to get published in CAR offers delegates a full day of learning and development.

Keynote Speakers:

Professor Nicky Stanley, University of Central Lancashire                           

Professor Marian Brandon, University of East Anglia

Professor Jenny Pearce, University of Bedfordshire

Dr Stephanie Holt, Trinity College, Dublin

Professor Kevin Browne, Nottingham University

Book on line at http://www.baspcan.org.uk/booking.php

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