SDHI Seminars – Implications of health issues experienced by adult survivors of sexual abuse

SDHI is delighted to announce 2 seminars, presented by Dr Sarah Nelson, SDHI Associate and Research Associate, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh.  The first seminar will be held on Thursday 6th October 2016 at 3pm in room 1G05, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

‘Physical ill-health in abuse survivors: Somatisation or domestic torture?’

The second seminar will be held on Thursday 24th November 2016 at 3pm in room 1G05, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

‘Radical change in mental health: Implications of the trauma paradigm’

In these two interlinked seminars, Dr Nelson raises challenging questions, from her new book “Tackling Child Sexual Abuse: Radical Approaches*”, about the wider implications of health issues experienced by adult survivors of sexual abuse.

*Nelson, S. (2016) Tackling Child Sexual Abuse: Radical approaches to prevention, protection and support, Bristol: Policy Press.

ALL WELCOME

Please register your attendance at these FREE seminars by emailing Rosanne (r.c.bell @dundee.ac.uk)

For further information see links below

Seminar 6 Oct 2016

Seminar 24 November 2016

Concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: reasons to ban all contact sport, not just boxing? Seminar – 25th May 2016

SDHI is delighted to announce a further Seminar (co-hosted with the School of Nursing & Health Sciences, University of Dundee) to be held on Wednesday 25th May 2016 at 2.00pm in room 2G14, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee DD1 5EN

Concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: reasons to ban all contact sport, not just boxing?

This seminar will be presented by Dr William Stewart, Consultant and Lead Neuropathologist at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow and will be introduced by Mrs Amanda Kopel, forthcoming honorary graduand of University of Dundee

Please see seminar flyer for further information

All Welcome

To book your place at this FREE seminar, please contact Rosanne Bell (r.c.bell@dundee.ac.uk)

Creative practices within social care – Seminar – 5 May

SDHI is delighted to announce a further Seminar to be held on Thursday 5th May 2016 at 2.00pm in room 1S05, Dahousie Building, University of Dundee

‘It’s All in The Detail – creative practices within social care’

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A presentation by artists and their collaborators exploring the innovative work with people with profound learning disabilities on the Artlink Ideas Team

Please see seminar flyer for further information

All Welcome
If you would like to attend, please contact Rosanne Bell (r.c.bell@dundee.ac.uk)

SDHI/DJCAD Seminar – Wednesday 26 August at 3pm

Katie Siek seminar flyer 260815Katie Siek from Indiana University Bloomington will show how applying theories from psychology, design and business to application design gradually improved acceptance and appropriation in underserved communities. This FREE seminar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm in 1G06, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee ALL WELCOME

Please see the seminar flyer for further information.  To register your attendance please email Rosanne r.c.bell @dundee.ac.uk

Forthcoming Seminar- If You Build it

KatieSDHI and the Living Digital Group, DJCAD are hosting the following seminar presented by Katie Siek, Associate Professor in Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington entitled ‘If You Build it’. This FREE seminar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm in room 1G06, Dalhousie Building. ALL WELCOME. Please see the seminar flyer for further information.  To register your attendance please email Rosanne r.c.bell@dundee.ac.uk

Radical Community Development Practice: What can be done

This seminar which will be held on Thursday 4th June from 1pm-5pm in the Steeple Church, Dundee is an opportunity for academics, community workers, community activists and students to come together to explore the challenges facing radical community work practice in the UK.

With guest speakers:

  • Margaret Ledwith, Emeritus Professor of Community Development & Social Justice, University of Cumbria.
  • Stuart Fairweather, Communities Officer, Dundee
  • Dave Beck, Co-editor, Radical Community Work Journal

Themes will include:

  • How do we identify, define and enhance radical community work practice?
  • Making time for radical practice – what are the challenges and opportunities?
  • How do we work together to effectively contribute to community empowerment and social change?

Further information will be available soon….

A collaborative event between TCELT, University of Dundee and Glasgow University.

Are most findings in psychology false? An activist’s perspective

The University of St Andrews School of Medicine is hosting this public seminar presented by Professor James Coyne who will deliver a provocative and lively talk on Tuesday 24th March at 3pm in Seminar Room 2 at the School of Medicine.

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For further information please contact Gozde Ozakinci (go10 @st-andrews.ac.uk)