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January 2019

6th Health & Justice Summit: Safety through Continuity

January 31 @ 9:00 am - February 1 @ 4:00 pm
Hilton Liverpool, 3 Thomas Steers Way
Liverpool, L1 8LW United Kingdom
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£92 - £153

A 2-day summit jointly organised by the RCGP Secure Environments Group, Broadmoor, Ashworth and Rampton high secure hospitals, Spectrum, Care UK, NHS England, Martindale Pharma, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, HMP Berwyn, West London Mental Health Trust, Mersey Care NHS Trust. Following on from our successful event in Glasgow in 2017, we are now focusing on ‘Continuity of Care – safety through continuity’ as this year's theme. We recognise the need to embolden the links…

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March 2019

FREE | Forensic Medical Exams and Preserving and Protecting Rape Complainant Memory

March 18 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
University of Birmingham, University of Birmingham
Birmingham, B15 2TT United Kingdom
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Recent research on alcohol and rape victim memory is providing a new evidence base for taking statements from rape complainants during forensic medical exams. This FREE conference features lectures and interactive workshops, focus groups, and a networking lunch at the University of Birmingham. The conference is being organized for FMEs, FNEs and crisis workers who take statements from adults and children.   Topics include: acute alcohol intoxication and rape complainant memory the accuracy and reliability of children’s memory establishing national…

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April 2019

St Mary’s Centre Annual Conference 2019

April 30 - May 1
The Midland Hotel, 16 Peter Street
Manchester, M60 2DS United Kingdom
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£270 - £470

St Mary's Centre 2019 Annual Conference will provide valuable insight and discussion for anyone working in the field of rape or sexual violence. It will particularly useful for policy and decision makers, people working in the criminal justice system, police officers, forensic physicians, health professionals, those working in safeguarding, those supporting people through court and therapeutically. Early bird booking fees are now open - book early and save money. Click here to download the flyer. For more information and to…

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May 2019


May 7
St. Alban’s Centre, St Alban's Centre Leigh Place, Baldwins Gardens
London, EC1N 7AB United Kingdom
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£245 - £295

Conference Theme The management of individuals with a personality disorder is both a challenging and controversial area of psychiatry. Personality disorders are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed and despite the evidence for a range of effective approaches personality disorder service provision remains patchy and of uncertain quality with the commissioning of services fragmented between CCGs, local authorities and NHS. This event will take a close look across existing guidance and promote, share and introduce current best practice in the treatment of…

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FFLM 13th Annual Conference 2019

May 9 - May 11
St. David’s, Havannah Street
Cardiff, CF10 5SD
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£90 - £635

The Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine are pleased to announce that bookings for their 13th Annual Conference in Cardiff are now open! The conference programme will follow in the coming weeks as their Conference Secretary and Conference Subcommittee finalise all the details. The themes for 2019 will include Miscarriages of Justice and Vulnerable Victims. Currently, our confirmed list of speakers include: Dr Juliet Cohen, Head of Doctors, Freedom from Torture; Judge Leslie Cuthbert, Crown Court Recorder, Police Misconduct Panel…

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June 2019

FFLM | Mental Health Care and Learning Disability Day for Healthcare professionals working in GFM and SOM

June 8
£150 - £200

The FFLM will be holding their next Mental Health Care and Learning Disability Day for Healthcare professionals /clinicians working in GFM and SOM day on Saturday 08 June 2019 in Birmingham. The training day programme will be available soon. Confirmed speakers include: Professor Keith Rix (visiting Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Honorary Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Trust) · The fees are: Members £150 Non-members £200

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September 2019

Mountain Healthcare | E-QuIP conference

September 6 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Mountain Healthcare Training Centre, 1st Floor Station Place
Argyle Way, Stevenage SG1 1XT United Kingdom
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Mountain Healthcare Ltd. is pleased to invite you to its inaugural E-QuIP conference. Due to be held at their new Stevenage Headquarters on 6th September. This expo-style event will showcase Quality Improvement Projects and Research Innovations from across Mountain Healthcare, with an inspiring programme of guest speakers giving insight into their work, ideas and experiences.

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FFLM | Seventh Annual SARC Best Practice Day

September 14
Holiday Inn Regent’s Park, Regent's Park
London, W1W 5EE United Kingdom
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£150 - £200

The FFLM will be holding its Seventh Annual SARC Best Practice Day on Saturday 14 September 2019 in London. Further details will be available soon.

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September 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Delivered by an international expert, this webinar will cover: An overview of medical cannabis and the evidence base Pros and cons of medical cannabis from a clinician’s point of view Treatment pathways to medical cannabis in the UK, including and barriers and enablers.   The speakers are: Dr Stephen WIllott, GP (Chair) and introducing international expert Dr Kishan Mahabir, Nephrologist and Medical Director, Clinic Network Cannabis Clinics (Canada). CPD certificates will be issued to all those who watch live.

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#UKAFNConf19 | ‘From party scene to crime scene’

September 21 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
College Court, College Court Conference Centre & Hotel, Knighton Road
Leicester, LE2 3UF United Kingdom
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£50 - £75

This year, the UK Association of Forensic Nurses and Paramedics conference titled 'From party scene to crime scene' will focus on; Chemsex - the use of drugs before or during sex Party drugs - commonly used party drugs, festival testing, harm reduction and legal and ethical aspects Club medicine - frontline experiences of dealing with clinical aspects of party drug use Pill farm/mill  - an operation in which a doctor, clinic or pharmacy prescribes and/or dispenses narcotics without a legitimate medical purpose   Conference chair Chris Bryant  -…

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