Black Herstory Month event. Whiteness as a chemical restraint.

Wednesday October 27th 2021. 12pm-2pm.

The last year has witnessed a proliferation of events, funding, and consultations. The renewed engagement of diverse researchers, organisations and activists have, however, failed to address the Lived experiences of race.

Racism as a public mental health concern

Brief Description: The seminar looks at the structural and social determinants of race and racism as public mental health concern disguised by the White Paper Review of the Mental Health Act (2021) for clinical and competency changes. It analyses the inter-related factors of class, gender, education as important contributing factors to the over-representation of racialised […]

Shared Clinical Decision Making

Health and social care has seen rapid acceleration in the uptake of digital technologies over the past year, in order to better meet patient and client needs in the pandemic. But what are the implications for values-based practice and evidence-based practice – the two feet on which sound decision-making in health and social care is […]

Women’s Choice in Childbirth. Really?

Women’s Choice in Childbirth. Really? 30th June 2021 12:00-14:00 This webinar is organised by Prof. Stella Villarmea in collaboration with the Center for Values Based Practice.What do we mean by informed consent and shared decision-making in childbirth? Does informed consent just equate shared decision-making? Who, of all involved, has the final say? Birth care proposes key questions […]

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar

Training for Race Equality across the Colour Line in Mental Health – A Scoping Webinar March 24 2021 Joint hosts: Lancet Psychiatry and WREN (the Whiteness and Race Equality Network in the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice (VBP), Oxford) With continuing race inequalities in mental health – notably disproportionate use of compulsory treatment in young black […]

Webinar: Values, science, rights: what do they mean for Dementia and Covid?

Wednesday 3 February 2021 Recordings: Keith Oliver – View from a person with dementia   Professor Julian C. Hughes – Introduction to the webinar, dementia, values and science, and three key themes from The Dementia Manifesto Julian Hughes is a Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist (retired) and co-author, The Dementia Manifesto – Putting Values-Based Practice to […]

Developments in Values-based Practice: National and International

Collaborating Centre Autumn Conference 2020 – Thursday 26th November 2020 A webinar launching the Centre’s work over the coming five years following successful renewal of its funding. Presentations were divided into three sessions: Networks and Research, Education, and International Developments Programme and Podcasts Introduction and Welcome: Bill (KWM) Fulford and Ashok Handa Session I – […]