Conferencing Events

Throughout the year, the Centre hosts a number of academic and practice-based conferences, bringing together expertise from practitioners, academics and researchers. We run conferences covering a wide range of topics, and these include:

  • ‘Trauma-Informed Care in Practice’: - an annual conference which focuses on developing knowledge and informing clinical practice for practitioners working with people with histories of complex and multiple trauma.
  • ‘Working with Moral Injury in Healthcare Settings’ – a one-day event exploring the conceptual and clinical issues of ‘moral injury’, discussing current evidence and examples of good practice.

Our conferences are also a great opportunity for you to showcase your own research and service development work in the form of a poster.

For further information about our conferences, please visit: https://www.stah.org/who-we-are/academic-conferences-website/ where you can find the latest updates and register to attend an upcoming event. Examples of research posters submitted to our previous conferences are also available here for you to view. 

Research Skills Workshops 

 In May 2022 Centre for Developmental and Complex Trauma launched a series of ten research skills workshops available to clinicians and those with an interest in research within the Charity. The workshops cover a wide range of research methodologies and skills relevant to conducting service development and evaluation projects, as well as research, in clinical settings. The events have a strong ‘learning through practice’ focus to ensure that skills can be translated into the workplace. Full details of each workshop can be found in the brochure below.