Department events

Find out about forthcoming events in the Department of Health and Social Sciences.

  • Care Homes of the Future

    04/11/2014

    There is increasing concern about our ability as a society to provide care in the context of our ageing populations. This event asks how we can imagine future systems of care differently. If care homes are part of the answer how can they be redesigned to better fulfil the needs of our ageing populations? Are there other options for the care of older adults in our future cities and communities?

    This event will bring together practitioners, policy makers and academics who will present their research and practice. The debate will then be opened up to the audience.

  • Poetry in Therapy: Group bibliotherapy and therapeutic creative writing with clients recovering from eating disorders

    27/11/2014

    This is a talk by Christine E Ramsey-Wade CPsychol AFBPsS who trained as an existential counselling psychologist after many years of reading, writing, studying and performing poetry. More recently, she has also pursued training as an ACT therapist and a mindfulness teacher. She is currently working at The Priory Hospital in Bristol and as a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology at UWE Bristol.

  • CoSA Research and Evaluation Seminar

    02/12/2014

    UWE and Circles UK will be hosting this research and evaluation seminar which aims to examine the evidence base for Circles of Support and Accountability in the UK. It will bring together key researchers in the field to discuss the existing evidence base, the best methodologies to use and where research relating CoSA could, and possibly should, move in the future.

  • The importance of effective evidence based policy and practice in sex offender work conference

    04/12/2014

    The conference will include two keynote speakers and four workshops, covering topics on the importance of effective evidence based policy and practice in sex offender work. UWE will host this conference, as part of the Leverhulme Trust project.

  • Child, Youth and Family Disability Research Network

    05/12/2014

    This South West and Wales regional network was formed out of the last 'Children, Young People, Families and Disability Conference: Building Understandings' held at the University of the West of England in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University. Its aim is to help us share our priorities, identify and develop research projects and teams to build our understandings and respond to the experiences of disabled children, young people and their families.

    This is a free knowledge cafe event.

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