CRCF Summer Seminar Series 2021

Our Summer 2021 Seminar Series offers exciting opportunities to hear about and discuss new research findings. Register here to join us for one or more of these seminars.

 

VISITING MUM: AN EVALUATION OF AN INNOVATIVE SCHEME TO SUPPORT CHILDREN VISITING THEIR MOTHERS IN PRISON
Wednesday 28 April  |  1-2pm
Dr Alyson Rees – Reader in Social Work & Assistant Director of CASCADE (Centre of Children’s Social Care Research & Development) at Cardiff University.
Jo Mulcahy – Prison Advice and Care Trust, PACT.

 

THE POSSIBILITIES & CHALLENGES POSED BY A SENSITIVE TOPIC & TRAUMATISED PARTICIPANTS
Friday 7 May  |  1-2pm
Caroline Aldridge – Social Worker & Social Work Educator. Author of ‘He Died Waiting: Learning the Lessons – a bereaved mother’s view of mental health services’. Caroline is currently studying for a professional doctorate in the School of Health & Social Care at UEA.

 

LIFE STORY WORK: THE CURRENT STATE OF PLAY
Wednesday 19 May | 1-2pm
Julie Young – A Senior Research Associate in the UEA School of Social Work
Dr Simon Hammond – Lecturer in the UEA School of Education & Lifelong Learning, and lead of LANTERN (Looked After Children’s Mental Health Research Network).

 

BEING CURIOUS ABOUT PROFESSIONAL CURIOSITY: LEARNING FROM LOCAL REVIEWS OF CHILD SAFEGUARDING PRACTICE 
Wednesday 16 June | 1-2pm
Professor Jonathan Dickens – Head of the UEA School of Social Work & Director of CRCF (Centre for Research on Children and Families)
Dr Penny Sorensen – Research Fellow on the study of the local reviews