2018 Restraint Reduction Network Conference
This event is still going ahead despite the inclement weather. We will update the website if the situation changes.
Minimising inequalities in reducing restrictive practice
5-6 March 2018, The Birmingham Conference and Events Centre
The Restraint Reduction Network is a community of practice which brings together committed organisations, practitioners and researchers who have a common aim. The network has an ambitious vision to deliver restraint-free care and support and make a real difference in the lives of people who rely on others for care and support.
This is the first Restraint Reduction Network Conference to be hosted by BILD and the theme is minimising inequalities in reducing restrictive practice. This event will bring together commissioners, service providers, regulators, and campaign bodies, and will provide a stimulating space for delegates to debate the issues facing the health, social care and education sectors.
The network supports good practice sharing and collaborative working, this conference is CPD certified and is an opportunity to work with expert practitioners and contribute to the ongoing debate. The content is relevant to anyone working in the education, health or social care sector who wishes to share good practice.
- Anna Bjorkdahl, Sweden
- Joy Duxbury, UK
- Rafik Hamaiza and Rosalyn Mloyi, UK
- Theresa Joyce, UK
- Michael Nunno, USA
- Katherine Sacks-Jones, UK
- Kevin McKenna, Ireland
- Beth Morrison, UK
- Hazel Watson, UK