Our Next Research Seminar 12.10.2021

Recovery in Forensic Mental Health: Reality and Reach

Tuesday 12th October 2021

Recovery is an ongoing process of change through which individuals improve their health and well-being, optimise control of their lives and reach their full potential. Our speakers will present on current research themes in recovery which can inform both public policy and individual care.

This is a free event. As a charity we would welcome donations however small. Please donate at https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/3520#!/DonationDetails

Please note that a Zoom account is required to join this seminar.

Reserve your space at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/recovery-in-forensic-mental-health-reality-and-reach-tickets-180897588557

For details on joining Crime in Mind please visit our website at https://www.crimeinmind.co.uk/


16.00 Crime in Mind
Professor John Gunn Emeritus Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, London UK

16.10 Exploration of recovery among patients experiencing high secure care
Cheryl Rees, Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh

16.30 Questions and Discussion

16.40 Exploration of morbidity, suicide and all-cause mortality in a Scottish forensic cohort over 20 years: the case to improve recovery
Professor Lindsay Thomson, University of Edinburgh

17.00 Questions and Discussion

17.10 Use of psychological interventions to assist recovery
Dr Lindsey Gilling McIntosh, Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh

17.30 Questions and Discussion

17.40 General discussion and closing remarks
Chair: Professor Pamela Taylor, University of Cardiff
Lead discussant – Jonathan Hafferty

18.00 Close