CRCF Lunchtime Seminar Spring-Summer 2022

Our free, online lunchtime seminars are back for Spring and Summer 2022, offering exciting opportunities to hear about and discuss new research findings. Register here to join us for one or more of these seminars.

 

MAKING DECISIONS ON THE BEST INTERESTS OF VERY YOUNG CHILDREN: AN ANALYSIS OF FAMILY COURT JUDGMENTS
Wednesday 23 February | 1-2pm
Prof June Thoburn – Emeritus Professor, School of Social Work, UEA

 

HOW EFFECTIVE ARE WE AT SAFEGUARDING DISABLED CHILDREN? LESSONS FROM A SYSTEMIC REVIEW OF UK QUALITATIVE EVIDENCE
Thursday 10 March | 1.2pm
Dr Jane Hernon – Lecturer, School of Social Work, UEA

 

THE CULTURAL CONSTRUCTION OF HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONS IN CHILDHOOD
Wednesday 30 March | 1-2pm
Dr Kate Stewart – Associate Professor in Sociology, School of Social Work, UEA 

 

THE EXPERIENCE OF PROSPECTIVE ADOPTERS ON THE PREPARATION TO ADOPT COURSE: EARLY FINDINGS
Wednesday 27 April | 1-2pm
Anne Murphy – PhD student, School of Social Work, UEA

 

PROFILES & PATHWAYS IN LONG-TERM FOSTER CARE: ISSUES FOR NATIONAL & LOCAL AUTHORITY POLICY, DATA & PRACTICE
Thursday 12 May | 1-2pm
Dr Birgit Larsson – Lecturer, School of Social Work, UEA
Prof Gillian Schofield – Emeritus Professor, School of Social Work, UEA

 

NEW PERSPECTIVES ON BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH CHILDREN
Wednesday 25th May | 1-2pm
Natasha Rennolds – PhD student, School of Education & Lifelong Learning, UEA 

 

“NOBODY WANTS TO BE THE NEEDY PERSON WHO CAN’T COPE”: LESSONS FROM MILITARY FAMILIES ABOUT THE (RE)PRODUCTION OF STIGMA ASSOCIATED WITH SUPPORT-SEEKING
Wednesday 08 June | 1-2pm
Dr Emma Long – Lecturer in Sociology, School of Social Work, UEA 

 

TRANSITIONAL SAFEGUARDING THROUGH THE LENS OF A SAFEGUARDING ADULT REVIEW
Wednesday 22 June | 1-2pm
Prof Christine Cocker – Professor, School of Social Work, UEA 
Fiona Bateman – Solicitor & independent chair to Safeguarding Adults Boards