NHS London Region Virtual Safeguarding Conference 2020 - e-Learning for Healthcare
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This programme is in partnership with...
  • NHS Improvement National
  • Health Education England

About the NHS London Region Virtual Safeguarding Conference 2020

This year’s annual NHS England and NHS Improvement London Safeguarding Conference is being hosted as a package of online modules.

The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Serious violence and exploitation’ and this online learning resource encompasses diverse knowledge, opinions and reflections from a range of expert speakers.

The conference modules are:

  • Understanding the Journeys and Experiences of Young People Affected by Serious Youth Violence and Criminality (Tom Isaac and Dwain Allen, Oasis Youth Support)
  • Childhood Trauma: A Life Perspective from Care Experienced Young People (Lin Graham-Ray, Senior Designated Nurse, Looked After Children, South West London CCG)
  • Safeguarding Older People from Domestic Abuse and Inter-Generational Violence (Maria Dunmore Gray, Independent Safeguarding Consultant Domestic Abuse)
  • A Perspective on Honour Based Violence and Abuse (Amaleehah Aslam-Forrester, Integrate UK)
  • Trauma-Informed Care: Working with Victims of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (Dr Jane Hunt, Senior Medical Advisor, Helen Bamber Foundation)
  • In Dignity: On Violence, Resistance and the Power in Language (Allan Wade, Family Therapist and Researcher)

Once all modules are completed, participants will be provided with a certificate of attendance.

In addition there are two supplementary modules:

  • Sharing Information to Safeguard Vulnerable People (Paul McCann, Regional Serious Violence and Contextual Safeguarding Lead London)
  • Healthcare Practitioners Who Harm and Those Who Give Us Hope (Margaret Flynn, Co-director of Flynn and Eley Associates Ltd)

An introduction to the conference from Gwen Kennedy - Regional Safeguarding Lead, NHS England and Improvement (London Region)

Please note: This resource is for training and development purposes, and the views expressed are personal opinions of experts or professionals and academics working in, or involved in the relevant field of study. They do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of, nor are they are they attributable to NHSEI.

The presentations reflect real life safeguarding scenarios which have been anonymised to protect the identity of individuals. There are graphic descriptions of violence and exploitation which some participants may also find disturbing.

Meet the team

  • Gwen Kennedy

    Gwen Kennedy

    Regional Safeguarding Lead, NHS England and Improvement (London Region)
  • Paul Mccann

    Paul McCann

    Serious Violent Crime & Contextual Safeguarding Lead NHS England and Improvement (London Region)
  • Lorren Stainton

    Safeguarding Project Manager, NHS England and Improvement (London Region)
  • Aiswarya Kurup

    Safeguarding Project Manager, NHS England and Improvement (London Region)
  • Joey Buckley

    Joey Buckley

    Safeguarding Project Manager, NHS England and Improvement (London Region)
  • andi blackmore

    Andi Blackmore

    Programme Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Rob Taylor

    Rob Taylor

    Project Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Jenny Berrisford

    Jenny Berrisford

    Learning Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare

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