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Overcoming Psychological Trauma
5th July 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:15 pmFree
The QNI’s Homeless Health Programme in partnership with Northumbria University brings you a study day and conference about Overcoming Psychological Trauma.
This event will support the work of community healthcare professionals working with people who have complex psychological trauma, and is also suitable additional learning for nursing students on this topic. Topics covered will include adverse childhood episodes, rough sleeping and mental health, complex trauma, psychologically informed environments and giving the right support in traumatic times.
Our conference and study day is free to attend and lunch is provided. The event is kindly hosted by Northumbria University.
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- Dr Emma Williamson, Clinical Lead, Psychologically Informed Homeless Services, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Jai Shree Adhyaru, Team Lead, for the NHS Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service Truma Clinic for children and young people
- Dr Suzanne Elliott, Clinical Psychologist – Homelessness, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completing feedback.
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Event Location, Map & Directions
Coach Lane Campus, Room 022 Tiered Lecture Theatre, building number 4 on the map
Cost to attend
The event is free for you to attend. The £50 cost per head for refreshments, venue and lunch is subsidised for you by the QNI and Oak Foundation. Please be sure you can attend when booking your place and give plenty of notice in the event you have to unexpectedly cancel.
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After the event
The QNI will send you the link to the PDF versions of the speakers’ presentations which will be uploaded to the QNI website a few weeks after the event (subject to permission from speakers).
Certificate of Attendance
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance via email after you have completed a short evaluation survey. We will send you a link to the survey after the event.
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