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The aim of these meetings is to support you, our members, with challenging, supportive and educated discussions about key topics of your choice. At each meeting we bring academics, experts, practitioners and students along  to facilitate discussion and learning with plenty of time to ask questions and share views.

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For your diary, these are the dates for our most imminent meetings. As they are often oversubscribed, we don't release our full programme of meetings until nearer the time so we can be as fair as possible to everyone who wants to join in. 

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NEXT MEETINGS

FUTURE MEETINGS TO BE LISTED SHORTLY

  

PAST MEETINGS:

Thursday June 17: 12-1.30pm: "Breaking the Myth, Changing Perceptions,Domestic Abuse: Men Are Victims Too"  with Ian McNicholl, Ambassador, Men Reaching Out

Thursday June 10: 12-1.30pm: "County Lines and Child Criminal Exploitation during Covid-19" with Dr Grace Robinson and Dr Ben Brewster, University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab.

Thursday April 1: 12-1.30pm: "Early Child Abuse Detection Teams in Maternity Units” With Dr Idoya Perez. Consultant Social Paediatrician

Thursday March 25: 12-1.30pm: "Child and Family Mental Health in Child Safeguarding” With Shashi Kiran, Consultant Child Psychiatrist

Thursday March 18: 12-1.30pm: “Concepts of shame and honour as barriers to reporting child abuse and accessing services: the case of child sexual abuse amongst the British South Asian communities" with Vanisha Jassal, Senior Lecturer and Director of Studies for the MA in Advanced Child Protection, CCP, University of Kent (NB Date change from 25 February)

Thursday February 11: 12-1.30pm: “Current best practice and techniques in working with young people with communication disabilities and challenging behaviour” with Dr April May Kitchener, Education Consultant and Trainer

Thursday January 14: 12-1.30pm: "Child Protection Vocabulary in Professional Judgement: Fit for Purpose?"With Dr Michael Fanner, Lecturer in Nursing and Paramedic Sciences at the University of West London

Thursday December 17: 12-1.30pm: "The science of adversity - the lifelong implications on mental and physical wellbeing in children and young peopleWith Dr Sarah Steele, GP and owner of ECHAP

Thursday December 3: 12-1.30pm: "Supporting vulnerable Young People in Lockdown: Best Practice and Shared Perspectives”With Alison Prowle and Rosie Walker, Senior Lecturers from The Centre for Children and Families at the University of Worcester

Thursday November 5: 12-1.30pm: "Safeguarding disabled children and young people with additional risks and needs. What does that mean for C P professionals?" With Sarah Goff
Safeguarding Children and Young People Manager,
University of Nottingham

Thursday 8 October 12-1.30pm (note new end time)  "Domestic Abuse and Covid-19: Issues for children and adults" With Dr Sam Warner, AoCPP trustee and Consultant Clinical Psychologist 

Thursday 10th September 12-2pm How to train effectively online: Engagement and delivery with AoCPP Interim Director, Tammy Banks, owner of Taye Training

Thursday August 20 12-2pm ICON: babies cry, you can cope - an approach to the prevention of Abusive Head Trauma With Dr Suzanne Smith, PhD, MA, BA, RGN, RHV: ICON Founder and Chief Programme Adviser,  Executive Director of Barring and Safeguarding for the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

Thursday June 11  12-2pm  Chair: Tammy Banks AoCPP Interim Director. Members voted for topics they most wanted to hear about at future meetings.

Thursday June 25  12-2pm  Inequality, injustice, institutional and societal racism: Have we been silently contributing to this? Led by Ann Marie Christian, AoCPP Trustee, Social Worker and Safeguarding Consultant and Trainer.

Thursday July 9 12-2pm  Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control With Dr Emma Katz of Liverpool Hope University

Thursday July 23 12-2pm  Young People's Mental Health and Suicide With Dr Sam Warner, AoCPP trustee and Consultant Clinical Psychologist 

RESOURCES, RECORDINGS AND POWERPOINTS FROM THESE MEETINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE MEMBERS' SECTION

As these meetings are always oversubscribed, we release details close to the time of the event.