Talks and seminars

Child-safe is based at the Avon and Somerset Constabulary Headquarters, near Bristol, and is the only child protection charity that is not only based at a police headquarters, but also has its origins firmly rooted in the investigative and pro-active working-style of the police.  It is supported and funded by the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board to run free child protection awareness seminars in Bristol. Voscur is part of the steeirng group.  
 
These Clubright seminars will help you to:
 
Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 11 February, 2015 -
18:30 to 20:30
Child-safe is based at the Avon and Somerset Constabulary Headquarters, near Bristol, and is the only child protection charity that is not only based at a police headquarters, but also has its origins firmly rooted in the investigative and pro-active working-style of the police.  It is supported and funded by the Bristol Safeguarding Children Board to run free child protection awareness seminars in Bristol. Voscur is part of the steeirng group.  
 
These Clubright seminars will help you to:
 
Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 13 January, 2015 -
18:30 to 20:30

 

Living with Diabetes Days

Want more information on how to manage Type 2 diabetes?

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 11 February, 2015 -
09:30 to 16:15

Protecting Ideas – this workshop will examine how organisations and individuals may rely on certain ‘Intellectual Property’ rights to protect ideas and initiatives. It will consider what is necessary to use these rights, and how organisations may be able to licence or sell their Intellectual Property.   

 

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 26 March, 2015 -
14:30 to 16:00

This free one-day conference, organised by the West of England Centre for Inclusive Living (WECIL), looks at the benefits and barriers of direct payments and hiring personal assistant(s) for different groups of disabled people.

Topics include: choice and control, direct payments, the PA/employer relationship and the Care Act.

Speakers include: Alex Fox, Shared Lives CEO; Dr Tom Shakespeare/Dr Tom Porter, researcher at University of East Anglia; Lindsay Winterton, Care Act Lead, Bristol City Council.

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 26 March, 2015 -
09:30 to 17:00

Booking is open for our next engagement event; Prioritising Patients: Setting the Quality Agenda for 2015/16.  Join us to shape our next Quality Account.

Date and Venue

On 12th February 2015, we are inviting you to join us to help shape our 2015/16 Quality Account. The event will commence at 12.30 with lunch, and will finish at 4pm. The event will take place at BAWA, Southmead Road, Bristol, BS34 7RG. Please see the attached invite for further details.

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 12 February, 2015 -
12:30 to 16:00

This event is focused on BAME community though not exclusively.
Black and Asian people living in the UK are three times more likely to need an organ transplant than the general population.
These communities are more susceptible to illnesses such as diabetes, kidney disease and heart disease which may result in organ failure. There is a shortage of Black and Asian donors.
Study from 2004 showed the perception that blood and organ donation is ‘something which white people do’
BAME community members on the Organ Donation list have to wait on average 3 times as long as a white person for a transplant.
Patients from the same ethnic group are more likely to be a close match. A few people with rare tissue types may only be able to receive a well-matched organ from someone of the same ethnic origin, so it is important that people from all ethnic backgrounds donate organs.

Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 27 January, 2015 -
10:30 to 14:00

Big changes are happening in health and social care, and this event organised by Race Equality Foundation and Black Southwest Network will give you the information you need to know. By attending you will have the chance to hear about:

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 15 January, 2015 -
12:00 to 16:00

Every year in the UK thousands of people are imprisoned without charge or trial, causing untold hamr and at huge cost. The UK is the only European country where there is no time limit and some people are detained for several years.

'It is mental torture. It is unjust. It has to be changed, no matter how long it takes.' A BRR member about being detained.

with Eiri Ohtani - The Detention Forum; Melanie Griffiths - Asylum Welcome; BRR members.

Hot drinks and snacks available.

 

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 10 December, 2014 -
19:00 to 21:00

As part of their Health Forum, Bristol Women's Voice have organised a series of talks on women's health issues.

The first one on 11th December looks at the link between domestic violence and mental health, with guest speakers:

- Dr. Emma Williamson, Centre for Gender & Violence Research from the University of Bristol

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 11 December, 2014 -
19:30 to 21:00

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