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Before You Start: Creating an Ethical Baseline

Ethical CPD series, Part 1



Saturday April 23rd 2022 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Facilitator: Kate Mattacks


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Join us on 23rd April 2022 for the first of our Ethical CPD Series ‘Before you start: Creating an Ethical Baseline’.

This session, run by facilitator Kate Mattacks, will cover the following topics:

-  Group alliances, consent, ethics committees, supervisors, PLI, safeguarding courses, MH First Aid, bias and inclusion, Prevent.

-  Advertising/recruiting sessions.

-  Co-collaborative work. 

This workshop will run on Saturday 23rd April 2022, 4pm to 6pm (UK time). There are 22 places available at this workshop. This workshop is part of an Ethical CPD series. Sessions will follow on from one another, but attendance to all four is not necessary.

Tickets for this workshop are:

Student/Low income Lapidus member: £20 (plus booking fee)

Lapidus member: £35 (plus booking fee)

Non-Lapidus member: £50 (plus booking fee)

 

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About the Facilitator:

Kate has worked as a published researcher and lecturer in HE for the last 30 years, leading modules in English Literature, Drama, Practical Theatre and Creative Writing. She has published articles on Victorian Theatre, Digital Archives & Research, Popular Fiction, Speech Disability and Tattoos as Writing Therapy/Reflective Practice. She has worked as a Post-Doctoral Researcher for the Stories of Ageing Project at the University of Reading/Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust to facilitate therapeutic writing activities for Elderly Complex Care Ward patients and this work extended to 5 NHS units, 6 prisons and wider communities. She continues to work alongside the Ministry of Justice to support vulnerable residents and staff to find creative strategies for wellbeing and resilience and has a novel coming out in November.