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NIHR ARC Wessex Domestic Violence and Abuse Research Event - Online Tuesday 22nd June 10.30 am-12pm

NIHR ARC Wessex Domestic Violence and Abuse Research Event

This is an exciting upcoming event showcasing research being undertaken on domestic violence and abuse (DVA) in NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Wessex.

When: Tuesday 22nd June 10.30 am-12pm

Where: online - join here

Programme:

10.30              Welcome & overview of the event

                       Dr Sara Morgan, Lecturer in Public Health, University of Southampton

10.40              Hampshire High Risk Domestic Abuse (HRDA) Response: Evaluation and interim findings

                       Fiona Maxwell, Public Health Registrar, University of Southampton

10.50              Domestic abuse and life-limiting illness: developing a resource to identify and support adults at risk (DALLI)

                       Dr Michelle Myall, Senior Researcher and Implementation Fellow, University of Southampton

11.00              On LINX: Programme for young people between the ages of 13-17 years old living with ACE’s

                       Debbie Willis, Children and Young People’s Services Manager, The Hampton Trust

11.10              Children exposed to domestic Violence in Low and Middle-income Countries

                       Rebecca Harris, PhD student, School of Social Statistics and Demography, University of Southampton

11.20              Panel Q&A

11.30              Group Discussion:

                        What are the priorities for DVA research and how can we work together to address these?        

11.55              Closing Remarks, Dr Sara Morgan

 

More information about research within ARC Wessex can be found here: https://www.arc-wx.nihr.ac.uk/research-areas/

If you have any questions, or would like more information about our research or the event, please do not hesitate to contact the team at dalli@soton.ac.uk

 

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ARC Wessex

NIHR ARC Wessex is a 5 year programme of applied research into health and care

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