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Public talk - The imperfect art of safeguarding: learning from two reviews
Wed 22 March 2017, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT
Public lecture by Dr Margaret Flynn
The Centre for the Study of Ageing, Abuse and Neglect at Aberystwyth University, is delighted to announce that Dr Margaret Flynn will be giving a public talk in Aberystwyth at 6.30pm on Weds 22nd March 2017.
Dr Flynn is Chair of the National Independent Safeguarding Board in Wales and the joint editor of the Journal of Adult Protection.
Dr Flynn has a wealth of knowledge of adult safeguarding.
She undertook the serious case review into the physical and psychological abuse suffered by people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour at Winterbourne View Hospital in south Gloucestershire.
In December 2013, she was commissioned by the First Minister of Wales to undertake a review of the neglect of older people living in care homes in Gwent, investigated as Operation Jasmine.
The talk will last approximately 45 minutes with a Q&A session afterwards.
Tea & coffee will be served from 6pm.
To allow us to have a clear idea of numbers likely to attend, please register your interest on Eventbrite or email Jeremy Newman, Research Project Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org