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Month: January 2022

Oxford Resident Participants Needed!

Dr Chris Magill, University of Brighton, is leading on an independent evaluation of Project Vigilant, a Thames Valley Police led initiative designed to prevent sexual violence in the night-time economy. Part of this evaluation involves a public survey. The survey aims to find out how safe Oxford residents, particularly young women feel in public spaces, especially when out socialising in Oxford City Centre and their experiences of harassment in …

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Congratulations Blackpool Health ISVAs!

The Health ISVA within Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has  achieved a Nursing Times Awards in 2020 for Integrated Care and been shortlisted as Finalist for Unsung Hero Awards  2021 – the only non-clinical awards ceremony! Let’s give a huge congratulations for their achievements!  Please find LimeCulture’s findings for Health ISVAs here.  Please find information …

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H.O.P.E Report Launch

Report here | More Info H.O.P.E Training & Consultancy & The University of Suffolk  have launched a report presenting the findings of a study conducted to evaluate the efficacy and utility of Cross-Cultural Training offered by H.O.P.E through a webinar format to a range of researchers, professionals, practitioners and front-line workers from a range of …

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Participants Needed

Exploring the lived experience of the fawn response in female domestic abuse survivors.   Seeking Research Participants Are you a female survivor of domestic abuse? Can you identify any of these behaviours in yourself? •           People pleasing •           Avoiding conflict  •           Putting everyone else’s needs before your own •           Difficulty saying no or setting boundaries …

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Assistant/Associate Professor in Sociology (SOCI22-3)

Applicants must demonstrate research excellence in the field of Criminology (Violence and Abuse)  with the ability to teach our students to an exceptional standard and to fully engage in the services, citizenship and values of the University.   The University provides a working and teaching environment which is inclusive and welcoming and where everyone is treated fairly with …

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