Sexual Violence & Abuse Health Research Network (SVAHRN)

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Engineers House

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Join us for this years Sexual Violence and Health Research Network (SVaHRN) 29th November 9.30am - 4.30pm @Engineers House Bristol, BS8 3NB

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Since 2017 the Sexual Violence and Health Research Network has brought together survivors, clinicians, advocates, researchers, students and others working in the field of sexual assault and abuse. The network provides a supportive and multi-disciplinary forum to discuss health-related research on sexual violence. The SVaHRN meets annually to share innovative research, introduce works in progress and participate in active discussions on the intersection of health and sexual violence.

This year the SVaHRN is hosted by the #BluestarProject at the Green House in partnership with Bristol University.

We are looking forward to meeting in person at Engineer's House in Bristol from 9.30 - 4.30pm. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided and the event is free of charge. Engineers House is accredited as a Covid Secure venue. We can offer online places to speakers from overseas or those shielding in the UK only. Tickets are available for both speakers and attendees. There is parking available at the venue.

Confirmed speakers and presentations. Detailed programme with timings to be published shortly.

Lightening talks

Kirsty Shanks University of Essex Nature-based therapy programmes for survivors of domestic abuse.

McCartan,K., Kemshall, H. UWE, De Montord University Incorporating Quaternary Prevention: Understanding the Full Scope of Public Health Practices in Sexual Abuse Prevention

Mattison, V., & Harris, C. The Lighthouse Introducing the lighthouse 'circle of hope' parent course: reflections by facilitators (an 'expert by experience' and a psychologist)

Timmons, E., Mattison, V. The Lighthouse, UCH, Tavistock and Portman, Children’s Social Care A Collaborative approach to consultations with networks and professionals supporting families affected by Child Sexual Abuse.

Ruddick, S., Velinor, C., Jenkins, N., Dowd, T. The Havens Understanding the prevalence of sexual violence in a domestic abuse context as presented to London’s sexual assault referral centers (SARCs).

Galloway,M., Joseph,M., Lewis, E., Bek, M., Legae, S. The Lighthouse, NSPCC, Solace Women’s Aid Promoting Virtual Conversations with Conversation Bags. A new approach to communication within the Criminal Justice System in England, with specific focus on Section 28 pre-recorded cross examinations

Spaducci, G., Trevillion, K., Oram, S., Robson, D., Thiara, R. Women's Mental Health (Kings College); Addictions Dept (Kings College London); Sociology Department (Warwick University) A qualitative systematic review exploring minoritized women survivors of sexual violence experiences of treatment from mental health and/or substance use services

Presentations

McCartan,K., King-Hill, S., Strong, F UWE, University of Birmingham SARSAS (Rape Crisis) Sibling sexual abuse Project

Harewood, H The Lighthouse Improving the impact of Criminal Justice Process (CJS) on survivors of child sexual abuse

Meyrick, J., Anning, A. UWE A qualitative study exploring experiences of women attending the sexual violence recovery ‘Justice group’.

Cutland, M., Laws, S. Centre for Expertise CSA Developing a Child Sexual Abuse Response Pathway

Rouse, A UWE Bristol The impact of engaging in arts-based activities in the recovery and well-being of adult survivors of sexual abuse in childhood

Laws, S Centre for Expertise CSA The Scale and nature of child sexual abuse: Evidence review: what does it tell us about the reach of sexual assault referral centres and sexual health clinics?

Dilly, M., Turner, K., Cutland, M. The Bridge SARC Bristol, University of Bristol SARC High Impact Users: Vulnerabilities and Concurrent Use of Local Emergency Departments

Carter, G., O’Doherty, L. University of Coventry Psychosocial interventions to promote healing and recovery from sexual violence and abuse: evidence from two Cochrane Reviews

Halliwell, G., Retter, E., Daw, J., Hay, S. University of Bristol, Green House, SafeLives Keeping secrets: findings from a mixed-methods study exploring therapists experiences of delivering pre-trial therapy services for childhood sexual abuse

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