Undergraduate students attend annual Inter-professional Services Conference
Entitled “Joining the dots: ensuring children and young people’s health, safety and wellbeing”. It was hosted by the ISC (Interprofessional services centre for children, young people and their families). This is a multi-agency collaboration between the faculties of Health and Social Care, Education, Social Sciences at the University of Hull and professionals from health, education, social work, along with the voluntary and independent sector. Keynote speakers came from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) Command.
The students in attendance were: Mary -Jane Bailey; Ilinca Pirvulescu; Sithuliso Sithole; Nicola Chan; Isabella Sommerville and Rebecca King, joined by Childhood Studies lecturer Jo Pike. The conference allowed students to hear about the latest developments in research and practice from in supporting children and young people’s learning and wellbeing.