Presentation materials are available for download at the foot of the timetable.

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Caroline White Martin Carey Introduction VIG in a Pre-school Early Intervention Service
9.30
Kim Dowsett and Jenny Jarvis VIG in the early years: the effect on the family and the practitioner
10.15
Jane Barlow Why VIG?
10.45
Jonathan Delafield-Butt Embodied Meaning Making: from the origins of intentions to shared meaning-making
11.30
COFFEE TEA
12.00
Penny Rackett and Marij Eliens
Main Room
Angela Underdown
Heather Maclean and Clare Lancaster
Sophie Kershaw Hardey Barnett and Alexandra Marinou
Sandra Strathie Marie Robertson and Deborah Holmes

Getting To Know You' : starting a VIG intervention during pregnancy
A Community based pilot study: Using Video interaction to support parents whose babies we born at 32 weeks or less gestation
New Families:
VIG in adoption / fostering/ kinship carers in Glasgow
VIG in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court: Developing VIG in assessment as well as intervention
VIG introduced to the Hackney Model of access teams, set in a Child protection context
1.00
LUNCH
2.00
Sylvia Reyes and Jenny Jarvis and Felicity de Zulueta
Main Room
Monica Celebi
Maddie Marczak and Fran Nolan
Debbie Hunter and Ann Hockaday
Kevin Ball and Stavros Stavrou

Using VIG with the JUCONI approach to reduce violence in families in Ecuador
Integrating VIG and Watch Wait Wonder in Parent Infant Groups
Getting VIG established as an intervention in the perinatal period: Initial multi-agency reflections of the benefits and challenges of this process
Using VIG with parents with a learning Disability
Reflections on VIG training journey in two London NHS Parent Infant Services –using VIG in Child Protection Meetings
3.00
COFFEE TEA
3.30
Hedjwig van Bakel and Marij Eliens VIG in families with pre-term babies : Research and Practice
4.30
Chris Cuthbert Reflections on VIG in NSPCC and on this conference

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