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International Language Materials


ISPCAN - 15th European Regional Conference - 1st October to 4th October 2017 - list of presentations:

Hearing the voice of the child: how technology-assisted approaches can help - Rachel Calam, Karin Fangstrom, David Glasgow & Anna Sarkardi

Enhancing resilience to address the malign impact of toxic stress associated with child maltreatment - the value of a Modular Intervention Tool Kit - Arnon Bentovim & Fay Berry

Neglect – ignore at their peril; supporting evidence-based assessments and interventions with children and families - Carla Thomas & Phil Heasman

Broadening the horizon: child protection in Europe - Thomas Meysen and Stephen Pizzey

Children in transit from abuse - Eileen Vizard, Jenny Gray & Isabelle Gultard

 Evaluation of the Safeguarding Children Assessment and Analysis Framework, a randomised controlled trial - Geraldine MacDonald & Stephen Pizzey

 'Modularity’ and the art, craft and science of developing bespoke training, learning and development for children and family practitioners – Phil Heasman & Fay Berry 

Members of Child and Family Training have previously presented at:

Public Policy Exchange – Child and Adolescent Mental Health & Well-Being, Working in Partnership to Transform Service, 8 February 2017.  For further information:

Breaking the Cycle – Reintegrating Street- Connected Children: Applying Theory, Developing Practice, November 17-18, 2016, Dar es Salaam Tanzania.  For further information:

BASPCAN - 25th Anniversary Conference of ‘Child Abuse Review’, 18 November 2016, Birmingham.  For further information:

Office for International Legal Protection of Children (UMPOD) – Rights and Participation of Children in the UMPOD agendas, 24-25 October 2016, Brno, Czech Republic. For further information:

Nagalro – Assessing Children and Families: Art of Science?, 10 October 2016, London. For further information:

AFT Annual Conference – Making waves: Diverse conversations by the sea. September 2016, Brighton. For more information: