Combating Domestic Violence
24th May 2013 Adolescents Coventry University London Campus
A combination of internationally respected practitioners and academics will provide cutting-edge evidence regarding the issues facing these groups with regard to the experience of domestic violence and help-seeking. Evidence regarding the effectiveness of interventions aimed at combating domestic violence in these groups will also be discussed.
Who are they aimed at? MP’s, practitioners, charities, criminal justice representatives, survivors charities and academics.
These seminars are designed to combine presentations with discussion around a specified set of questions relevant to each group presented.
All of the seminars are free to attend.
SASH are hosting a free event for attendees which is themed ‘Innovation in Sexual Health’ on 12th February 2013 at the techno centre based at Coventry University.
Several interesting and relevant speakers for presentations and workshops. There has been a positive response from all professionals who have been approached and are in support of sharing knowledge and ideas regarding innovative approaches to improving the sexual health of young people with fellow professionals who are practising in this area.
Recent graduate from our MSc Health Psychology, Puja Joshi, has had a poster accepted for presentation at a conference in February. This is based on coursework done on the professional practice module M102PY.
Joshi P, Percy C, Newby K. (2013). The effectiveness of school based interventions in changing adolescents’ knowledge and attitudes towards dating violence: A systematic review. Poster at the All Wales Sexual Health Network Annual Conference. February, Cardiff.
One of our recent MSc Health Psychology graduates (Binu Gurung) and a previous BSc Psychology student (Claire Price) have been accepted to deliver a joint presentation on their dissertation projects.
Binu and Claire’s work was on Patient and Health Care Professionals’ views and experiences of CFS.
This will be at the Midlands Health Psychology Network conference on the 14th February http://www.mhpn.co.uk/page2.htm.
Both students were both supervised by Liz Sparkes (lecturer on MSc Health Psychology).
Friday 8th March 2-7 pm.
Cov Health Psych Team will be hosting a free seminar and careers event at Coventry University’s London Campus. Guest speaker will be Dr Katherine Brown, Reader in E-Health and Wellbeing Interventions. Katherine will talk about her team’s work on sexual health, young people and e-interventions.
There will also be an opportunity to meet the course team and find out about careers in health psychology and related professions.
To book your free place please complete your contact details at the link below.
Free lunch time seminar: Health and Justice Responses for Women and Girls who Bear Children from Rape: A case study of Goma, eastern Congo”
The Centre for Applied Research in Psychology invites you to a free lunch time seminar 1-2 pm, on 23 January 2013.
Dr Helen Liebling-Kalifani of Coventry University will present:
“Health and Justice Responses for Women and Girls who Bear Children from Rape: A case study of Goma, eastern Congo”
All are welcome. This is an informal lunchtime meeting so you are very welcome to bring your lunch and eat while listening.
Room JS300, third floor James Starley Building.
If you are an external visitor and need some further information on finding the venue, please contact the School of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences on 024 7688 7688.
One of our MSc Health Psych students (Shahreen Bashir, graduated November 2012) just successfully published a letter to the editor of Women & Birth following her MSc research http://t.co/Geq9t7dP
We’ve set up a group on LinkedIn to stay in touch with current students, graduates and friends of the MSc Health Psychology programme here at Coventry. This is a really useful way of contacting people who might be able to offer placements, research collaboration, stage two supervision, expertise, etc.
We also want to make sure we stay in touch with you so we can invite you back to see us and future students.
If you’d like to join, please click on the little IN logo in the top right hand corner of this page.
I hope everyone had a good Christmas and New Year break. I know you are busy with various pieces of coursework at present. You still have a couple of weeks before classes commence for semester two.
Looking forward to seeing you again.
I am looking forward to reading your research proposals for the dissertation project, and will be keeping a closer than usual eye on my email inbox today in case you have any trouble with submission.
Remember, what you submit today will be marked by your supervisor, who will give you feedback on anything that could be done to improve your plans. You will get this advice within two weeks and will have a chance to edit your submission before it goes out for anonymous review by the university ethics committee.
Hope it goes well.
M102PY Module leader