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Ongoing professional development 

Christine has attended:

  • Training on the DHR statutory guidance update in 2016

  • Home Office approved training in April/May 2017

  • Conference on Coercion and Control (Bristol June 2018)

  • AAFDA Learning Event – Bradford (September 2018)

  • AAFDA Annual Conference (March 2017, 2018 and 2019)

  • AAFDA Information and Networking Event (November 2019)

  • Webinar by Dr Jane Monckton-Smith on the Homicide Timeline (June 2020)

  • Ensuring the Family Remains Integral to Your Reviews - Review Consulting (June 2020)

  • Domestic Abuse: Mental health, Trauma and Selfcare, Standing Together (July 2020)

  • Hidden Homicides, Dr Jane Monckton-Smith, AAFDA (November 2020)

  • Suicide and domestic abuse, Buckinghamshire DHR Learning Event (December 2020)

  • Attended Hearing Hidden Voices: Older victims of domestic abuse, University of Edinburgh (February 2021)

  • Domestic Abuse Related Suicide and Best Practice in Suicide DHRs, AAFDA (April 2021)

  • Post-separation Abuse, Lundy Bancroft, SUTDA (April 2021)

  • Ensuring family and friends are integral to DHRs, AAFDA (May 2021)

  • Learning the Lessons: Non-Homicide Domestic Abuse Related Deaths, Standing Together (June 2021)

  • Suspicious Deaths and Stalking, Professor Jane Monckton-Smith, Alice Ruggles Trust Lecture (April 2021)

  • Reviewing domestic abuse related suicides and unexplained deaths, AAFDA (May 2021)

  • Young people and stalking: Reflections and Focus, Dr Rachel Wheatley, Alice Ruggles Trust Lecture (May 2021)

  • Mental Health and Domestic Homicides: A Qualitative Analysis, Standing Together (May 2021)

  • AAFDA DHR Chair Refresher Training (August 2021)


Christine has completed that Homicide Timeline Online Training (Five Modules) led by Professor Jane Monckton-Smith of University of Gloucester.

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