Tizard Research Seminar Series
Each academic year we have a series of research seminars. This year lectures will take place at 17:00-18:00 hrs and will be held in Grimond Lecture Theatre 3 at the University of Kent, Canterbury. The lecture will be followed by a short informal drinks reception to which everyone is welcome.
The seminars are open to all - students, staff and external visitors are warmly invited to attend and there is no charge for either the lecture or the reception. Please note that events may be subject to change. The next series of seminars for the academic year 2018/19 will be posted shortly.
Wednesday 24 October 2018
Thursdsay 21 November 2018
Wednesday 23 January 2019
Wednesday 20 February 2019
Jim Mansell Memorial Lecture 2019 details to follow
Previous seminars included:
Dr Stuart Todd - "And then they were dead! How? The last months of life of people with learning disabilities"
Prof Sally-Ann Cooper - "Health of people with intellectual disabilities" View the recording of the lecture.
Dr Allyn Thomas - "Worthiness and the response of police to mental illness"
Prof Peter Langdon - "An evaluation of the Transforming Care Programme - progress towards discharging people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities from hospital"
Dr Corinna Grindle - "We can teach you that too! Using behaviour analysis to teach reading, maths and writing to children with autism"
Prof Rachel Forrester-Jones & Dr Magali Barnoux - "Memories, Moments and Mannequins: clothes and fashion and the changing world of learning disabilities" Watch this seminar
Dr David Oliver - Palliative care and end of life care for people with ID - the latest ideas" Watch the seminar
Dr Precious Sango - "Spirituality and People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: comparing the significance of spirituality in faith and non-faith based care services" Watch the Seminar
Prof Angela Hassiotis - "Service level delivery of postive behaviour support: what does the evidence suggest?"
Prof Glynis Murpy "What happens to ex-offenders with learning disabilities after leaving prison" Slide presentation pdf
Dr Nicola Grove "Sharing stories of personal experience: collaborating to create meanings" Slide presentation pdf
Dr Allyn Thomas "Mad, bad or sad: the use and abuse of police powers to detain the mentally disordered" Slide presentation pdf
Prof Ruth Northway & Colleagues "Looking into abuse: research by people with learning disabilities Youtube
Vivien Cooper, OBE, CEO of the Challenging Behaviour Foundation "People with learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges: progress and priorities" (Jim Mansell Memorial Lecture)
Prof Peter McGill - "Preventing challenging behaviour of adults with complex needs in supported accommodation"
Dr Michelle McCarthy - "Domestic violence and women with learning disabilities"Rebecca Hardiman - cinema screening of "Mission to Lars"