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Trauma Informed Practice across organisations where people encounter trauma,  schools, prisons, hospitals, primary care, armed forces, veterans, and blue light services.  Developing education, evidence, and efficacy.

​About NATS

 

NATS members are graduates and faculty members (visiting lecturers, tutors, supervisors) of the MA Trauma Informed Practice in the School of Education, University of Nottingham. NATS members come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds (health, social care, teaching, nursing, psychology) as well people with lived experience. Members work from a wide range of therapeutic approaches. The Association has a mission to develop trauma education, practice networks, building knowledge and research capacity establishing a pedagogical base for trauma informed practice. There are NATS members working across the UK, and overseas.  If you have any enquiry please email: uknats@outlook.com

University of Nottingham
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Trauma education towards a Masters degree and PhD programme in the School of Education 

Centre for Trauma Resilience & Growth
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Book Series

A new book series published by Bentham Science: 'Trauma Informed Practice'. To discuss a proposal email: series editor: gary.winship@nottingham.ac.uk 

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Institute of Mental Health

World leading research with an established commitment to service user involvement, the arts and recovery facing practice 

Led by Professor Steve Regel, the centre was established by Nottinghamshire Health Care Trust in 2000.  Professor Regal is the hon. president of UKNATS. 

EVENTS

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We are pleased to announce that this conference event will take place on July 22nd, 2022, at the University of Nottingham. Details about how to book a place will follow shortly.