Advanced Studies Seminar: Supporting Voice-hearers in the Workplace

The Educational Voice-hearing Network 

presents an Advanced Studies Seminar:

Supporting Voice-Hearers in the Workplace

St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford

Wednesday 23rd October 2019  10 am to 4 pm

Organized by Drs Roz Austin and David Crepaz-Keay

Co-Leads of the Educational Voice-hearing Network,

Collaborating Centre of Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care

Confirmed speakers:

Lord Dennis Stevenson

Debbie Richards, Managing Director of Mental Health Services and Learning Disabilities, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Dr David-Crepaz-Keay, Head of Empowerment and Social Inclusion, Mental Health Foundation

This Seminar will cover the following areas:

  • Employers who provide inclusive workplaces. The role of Employment Law and the Disability Discrimination Act
  • Developing ‘Reasonable Accommodations’ for voice-hearers
  • Issues of stigma and discrimination in the workplace

Limited places are available. If you would like to have a place to attend the Seminar, please email Dr Roz Austin –

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