Making Research Count events 2017/18


Personality Disorders: A Social Perspective

This workshop will consider both service users and mental health social workers understanding of personality disorder


Who cares for the carers of people with dementia?

Family carers are the most valuable resource we have in dementia care, yet little is known about how best to support them.

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Do children's services reflect, reinforce or reduce social inequalities?

Tuesday 5 December 2017

This session will report a major UK-wide study of inequalities in children's chances of being on child protection plans or being a looked after child.

Human trafficking: understanding the health needs of formerly trafficked people

Friday 24 November 2017

Join us to hear about health needs related to formerly trafficked adults and young people (aged 14 to 21) and key barriers to accessing health services.

Decision-making and outcomes for maltreated children

Thursday 9 November 2017

In what circumstances are some children placed in care while others are supported at home? Crucially, what are the outcomes for these two groups of children?

Helping or hindering in adult safeguarding: an investigation of practice

Tuesday 17 October 2017

This seminar will present findings from a project which examined social work practice and legal responses to situations where third parties obstruct access to adults at risk during safeguarding enquiries.

The Pathway to Extreme Violence and Autism Spectrum Disorders

Friday 29 September 2017

This seminar will focus on findings which consider the neurodevelopmental and psychosocial risk factors in violent offenders and also learn about where the research has suggested an association with ASD behaviours

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