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Conference Organisation: National conference of Health Promotion Keele University
Conference Presentation: Promoting Women’s Health (September 1994)
Conference Organisation: Harrogate Health Care Trust
Conference Presentation: Postnatal Depression: A Woman-centred Approach (April 1996)
Conference Organisation: Staffordshire University
Conference Presentation: The Role of the Research Ethics Committee (March 1996)
Conference Organisation: RCN National Conference. A Woman of Many Parts, Birmingham
Conference Presentation: The Role of Nurses and Midwives in the Identification of
Victims of Domestic Violence (September 1999)
Conference Organisation: Forensic Psychiatric Nurse Annual Conference
Conference Presentation: The Development of the Women’s Group in a Medium
Secure Unit (May 2000)
Conference Organisation: Mental Health Services and Prescribing, DeMontford University
Conference Presentation: Nurse Prescribing within a Prison Context (September 2002)
Conference Organisation: Positively Passionate. Sexuality and Mental Health.
Conference Presentation: The Role of Education and Training in Sexuality Issues
Conference Organisation: Mental Health in prisons: West Midlands Prisons.
Education and Learning Skills.
Conference Presentation: The Delivery of Mental Health Awareness Training In A
Prison Context (March 2004)
Conference Organisation: Wolverhampton DV Forum
Conference Presentation: An evaluation of the feasibility of developing Voluntary Perpetrator Programmes In the West Midlands. Presentation of Research Findings. (December 2004)
Conference Organisation: Policy Research Institute, University of Wolverhampton
Conference Presentation: Domestic Violence and Perpetrator Programmes. (June 2005)
Conference Organisation: Social Policy Association: Birmingham University
Conference Presentation: The needs of older carers supporting a person with a learning disability (July 2006)
Conference Organisation: United Kingdom Evaluation Society (UKES) Wolverhampton Science Park
Conference Presentation: Evaluating Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes Within the West Midlands. (October 2006)
Conference Organisation: Social Policy Association: Birmingham University.
Conference Presentation: Volunteering to be a Criminal? An evaluation of a Perpetrator Programme in the Black Country. (2007)
Conference Organisation: British Criminology Society: University of Leicester
Conference Presentation: From the invisible to the Unmanageable: A review of Domestic Violence Provision. (2010)
Conference Organisation: University of Wolverhampton Post Graduate Student Society.
Conference Presentation: The construction of the domestic violence victim as deviant (2012)
Conference Organisation: British Criminology Society: University of Wolverhampton.
Conference Presentation: “Policing Domestic Violence: It’s a crime” (2013)