A key element of the CALM project is close reciprocal links with practitioners from the fields of health and education, locally, nationally and internationally. Regular activities include annual practitioner workshops showcasing CALM-related projects at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. The CALM Team also provide regular in-school training for teachers and deliver keynotes at practitioner conferences.
Great data = great responsibility Webinar 2022. Investigating neurodevelopmental disorders using big data. Organised by Dr Jo Cotton. Video recording.
CALM Conferences for Practitioners
CALM Conference 2017: Understanding and supporting mental health and learning in children: March 2017. Slides.
CALM Conference 2016: Understanding and supporting problems in emotion and learning in children: April 2016. Slides.
CALM Conference 2015: Understanding and helping children with problems in attention, learning and memory: June 2015. Slides.
CALM Conference 2014: Understanding and helping children with problems in attention, learning and memory: June 2014. Programme.
ESRC Seminar on Cognitive Training in Children: January 2016.
Understanding and exploring cognitive deficits following brain injury. February 2015. Programme.
Supporting children with working memory problems: March 2014. Slides.
International Conference on Working Memory, Cambridge: July 2014. Programme.
Minding the gaps: The challenges of interdisciplinary developmental science: September 2014. Programme.
CALM Children’s Summer Party June 2017