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Education and Psychology Research Active Network (EPRAN) Seminar Programme 2019/20

EPRAN is a network for research active staff and post-graduate research students at the University of Warwick to share research findings related to education and psychology. We also aim to promote inter-departmental and external networking and research collaborations.

A sandwich lunch will be provided. Please book your place at seminars in advance by emailing Alison Baker (a.j.baker@warwick.ac.uk), informing her of your dietary requirements.

We have an exciting and varied calendar of events in 2019/20, with colleagues from across the University as well as external colleagues presenting at five seminars.

Wednesday 16th October 2019 (1.30-3pm) in Wolfson 1 & 2:
  • Dr Rebecca Morris
    (CES) -
“Ethical challenges when conducting randomised trials with children in education settings” Link to Abstract
  • Mairi Ann Cullen
    (CEDAR) -
“Best evidence review of effective approaches for educating pupils with SEND in mainstream English schools: how did we do it? what did we find?” Link to Abstract
 Wednesday 20th November 2019 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Professor Kylie Gray (CEDAR) -

“Mental Health Outcomes in Adults with Autism” Link to Abstract

  • Professor Peter Langdon (CEDAR) -

“Psychological interventions for men with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who have a history of criminal offending – The EQUIP feasibility trial” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 4th March 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Dr Jo Van Herwegen
    (UCL Institute of Education)

“Transition from primary to secondary school for children with Williams syndrome and Down syndrome: issues and examples of good practice” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 29th April 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Professor Brahm Norwich (University of Exeter) -

“From the Warnock Report (1978) to an Education Framework Commission: A Novel Contemporary Approach to Educational Policy Making for Pupils with Special Educational Needs/Disabilities” Link to Abstract

Wednesday 10th June 2020 (12.30-2pm) in Wolfson 1:
  • Dr Emma Langley
    (CEDAR) -
“Understanding and supporting the psychological wellbeing of fathers of children with Intellectual Disability (ID)” Link to Abstract
  • Dr Alan Dolan
    (CLL) -
“Men, masculinity and fatherhood” Link to Abstract
  • Dr Stephen Cullen
    (CEDAR) -
“Attempting to account for fathers’ absence in parent interventions, examples from CEDAR research”