A series of 10 interdisciplinary seminars on child sexual abuse (CSA) were held at Trinity College Dublin in the summer of 2017.
The final event in this series will be a one-day workshop on the 28th September.
**Please note the date change for the workshop, which had previously been advertised as being held on the 15th September**
A flyer for the one-day workshop and details on how to request a place can be found here.
Details of completed seminar series
The seminars included short presentations from researchers, clinicians, survivors, and others working in this area, followed by an open group discussion. The aims of each session were to:
- Create a space to share knowledge between experience, practice & research.
- Identify gaps in knowledge and service provision.
- To consider how new research could help address such gaps.
Seminars were held in the Neill Lecture Theatre on the second floor of the Trinity Long Room Hub at Trinity College Dublin.
Details of the sessions, along with Powerpoint slides where available, are given below.
- Leanne’s presentation can be downloaded here.
- Hazel’s presentation can be downloaded here.
- Simon’s presentation can be downloaded here.
The seminar series and one-day workshop are funded by the Irish Research Council New Foundations scheme, and is co-ordinated by Dr Simon McCarthy-Jones, Maeve Lewis, Dr Rosaleen McElvaney, and Dr Ailise Bulfin.
For inquiries or queries, please email Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing, and hearing, from you.