EVENT **Trent Study Day :Working with sexual offenders – new approaches

Trent Study Day: Working with sexual offenders – new approaches

Date and time: Thursday 29 November 2018, 9.00 – 15.30

Venue: Mike Harris Learning & Development Centre, Rampton Hospital DN22 0PD

Cost: £95.00

(There are limited funded places available for Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust employed staff, allocated on a first come first served basis on receipt of completed registration form)

Registration - only a few places left – don’t miss out!

Call for poster abstracts – closing date 1 November

(There will be a prize for the best poster - attendees will be invited to vote on the day)

Confirmed keynote speakers

Dr Jackie Craissati MBE, Consultant Psychologist & Director, Psychological Approaches CIC

Professor Conor Duggan, Emeritus Professor of Forensic Mental Health, University of Nottingham

Dr Kerensa Hocken, Forensic Psychologist, HMPPS, Midlands Psychology Team

Professor Belinda Winder and Dr Nicholas Blagden, Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit (SOCAMRU) and Trustees and Co-founders of the Safer Living Foundation.

Professor Don Grubin, Emeritus Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, Newcastle University

Professor Steve Peters, Senior Clinical Lecturer, Sheffield Medical School

About the conference

The Trent Study Day is an annual conference which is hosted by the Forensic Services Division of Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and the Institute of Mental Health.

The conference is aimed at professionals working in the field of forensic mental health and the criminal justice system including clinicians, managers, commissioners and others.

Full programme details can be found via https://www.institutemh.org.uk/events/event/47-trent-study-day-working-with-sexual-offenders-new-approaches

How to submit a poster abstract (There will be a prize for the best poster – attendees will be invited to vote on the day) please complete and return the abstract submission form (found on the IMH website - see link below) to imh.events@nottshc.nhs.uk by no later than 12pm Thursday 1 November. Abstract decisions will be sent by Wednesday 7 November.

How to register to attend please complete the registration form (found on the IMH website see below)and return to imh.events@nottshc.nhs.uk registration closes on 15 November

Registration forms and abstract submission forms can be found on the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) website: https://www.institutemh.org.uk/events/event/47-trent-study-day-working-with-sexual-offenders-new-approaches

Please forward any queries to imh.events@nottshc.nhs.uk