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Experts by Experience Conference

Northumbria University


This event is designed by and for service users and carers and will be of interest to those who are involved in social work education in the North East (or would like to be).

We welcome anyone at this free event, but please book using the link below.

Conference Programme

10.00-10.15 Arrival and Registration
10.15-10.45  Welcome and opening address
10.45-11.45  NESWA Experts by Experience Project: Feedback and update
11.45-12.15  Research at Northumbria University
12.15-13.00  Lunch (provided)
13.00-13.45  Simulations in social work
13.45-14.45 Community networks
14.45-15.00  Thank you and closing address

Please note that spaces are limited and that booking will close on Tuesday 20 March. The event is free and lunch will be provided. We can reimburse you for travel expenses and you will also be given a voucher as a thank you for attending and supporting this event. We look forward to seeing you there.

This event is now full It is possible that there may be some last minute places available. If you would like to be added to a waiting list please email


Event Details

Northumbria University
Coach Lane Campus West
Hall D
Newcastle upon Tyne


0191 215 6771

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