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June 2021

Working with survivors of torture | An introduction for healthcare professionals

June 3 - June 29
Online
FREE

Freedom from Torture are running a series of short free webinars looking at the problems experienced by survivors of torture and the challenges for the professionals who care for them. This is open to all healthcare professionals but will be particularly useful for doctors (GPs or secondary care) or other colleagues that regularly see patients who are asylum seekers or refugees.   PART ONE  Thursday 3rd June: An Overview of the Asylum Process Tuesday 8th June: The Psychological Impact of Torture Monday 14th…

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September 2021

UKAFN Conference | One wet, one dry, but why?

September 10 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Double Tree by Hilton Oxford Belfry, Milton Common
Oxford, OX9 2JW United Kingdom
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£60 – £80

The UK Association of Forensic Nurses and Paramedics (UKAFN) are proud to announce our upcoming conference ‘One wet, one dry, but why?’. The conference theme will explore the forensic world and process before and after obtaining forensic samples in Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC) and police custody. The will give delegates an understanding of the whole journey from police investigation through to the forensic laboratory and learning pertinent issues for healthcare professionals from a range of excellent speakers on the…

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October 2021

NHS APA | The impact of stigma on people with addiction

October 13
Online
FREE

The NHS Addictions Provider Alliance (APA) invites you to join them at their free and virtual conference on the 13th October 2021. Stigma all too often prevents a person from seeking or accessing the vital treatment and support they need to recover from addiction. Addressing the problem of stigma, which has clouded addiction treatment services for far too long, is a critical element to improving understanding of the complex issues surrounding addiction and a vital step in improving access to…

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