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Listening to the voices of young survivors of sexual abuse and what they want from the SARC (Sexual Health Referral Centre) sexual health follow-up service: delivering a patient passport.
Gender based sexual violence at University: #MeToo for women and men. Invited talk at Wolfson College, Cambridge University.
Sex on the Brain: The Psychology of Sexual Health by @SHWIG19 (PSRG). Funded by the Division of Health Psychology (British Psychological Society) Engagement Prize.
The Disclosure of Sexual Violence in Sexual Health Project (DISH) by @SHWIG/PSRG - UWE
Asking and telling about sexual violence in sexual health, if, why and how should we increase routine inquiry.
@SHWIG Webinar 3
What are the Sexual Health Needs of black men in London. With Uzochi Nwaosu, 17th March, 2021.
@SHWIG Webinar 2
What is the experience of women using abortion services more than once and the staff that care for them? With Dr Christine McKnight. Feb 3rd, 2021
@SHWIG Webinar 1
How should we do research with sex workers: what we know from current research and where next. With Kevin Turner. 9th Dec, 2020
Understanding Sexual Violence at University : Conference Presentation at Calling Time on Sexual Misconduct: best-practice prevention in higher education • 17-18th June, 2020 - SECTION ONE and SECTION TWO
A qualitative study exploring experiences of women attending the sexual violence the SARSAS recovery 'Justice' Groups. Jane Meyrick and Amelia Anning.
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