Invited Talks (Keynote Speaker)

  • Canvin, K. (2013) Personal Experiences of Community Treatment Orders: A Qualitative Study of Patient, Psychiatrists and Family Carers. Paper invited by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust CTO Conference, Brighton. 22 November 2013.
  • Canvin, K., & Whitehead, M. (2008) Delivering services that enhance resilience and well-being. Focusing on Child Poverty, Capability and Resilience: ‘Beating the Odds’, Leamington Spa, February 2008.

Other Invited Talks

  • Canvin, K. (2014) Predicting the unpredictable? Findings from a qualitative study of psychiatrists’ and patients’ experiences of CTOs in England. Invited presentation to International Centre for Mental Health Social Research, University of York. 12 February 2014
  • Canvin, K. (2013) Qualitative study of psychiatrists’, patients’ and family carers’ experiences of CTOs in England. Presentation to the Community Treatment Orders PhD Seminar. University of Oxford. 5 September 2013
  • Canvin, K. & Rugkåsa, J. (2013) Findings from the qualitative arm of OCTET. Presentation to the End of Study Conference, London. 21 March 2013.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2012). OCTET: An RCT of Community Treatment Orders. Invited Presentation to the Forensic Mental Health Teaching Session, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. 20 January 2012.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2011). Assessing the Appropriateness of Community Treatment Orders and Patient Involvement and Understanding. Invited presentation given to the Care Quality Commission’s conference ‘Improving the Care and Experience for Patients Detained Under the Mental Health Act’, London, UK. 24 March.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2011). Oxford Community Treatment Order Evaluation Trial (OCTET): Background and Early Findings From Qualitative Patient Interviews. Invited presentation given to the 6th North East Mental Health Law Conference, Newcastle, UK, 10 June.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2011). OCTET: Studying the Effectiveness of Community Treatment Orders. Invited presentation as part of the SUNLOW Seminars for Service User in London, London, UK. 25 February.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K.  (2010). Why Use Qualitative Methods in the Study of CTOs? Invited presentation at the Annual National Conference on Coercion in the Community, Oslo, Norway, 22-23 March.
  • Canvin, K., Jones, C., Whitehead, M. (2005) Resilience and Social Welfare. Invited workshop at the Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool.
  • Canvin, K., Whitehead, M., Jones, C. (2004) How do social welfare policies and practices build or undermine resilience in poor households? An international comparative study. Invited presentation at the one-day conference: Parenting, Child Health and Disadvantage. Lancaster 2004.
  • Ford, F.M., Canvin, K., Lewis, C. (2002) Job retention and rehabilitation of people with mental health problems: An evidence-based workplace intervention. Invited talk to Sefton Social Services, Liverpool.
  • Ford, F.M., Lewis, C., Canvin, K. (presenter) (2002) Mental health: no barrier? The NHS as good corporate citizen. Invited workshop at The NHS as Good Corporate Citizen Conference, Birmingham 2002.
  • Canvin, K. (1996) Pregnancy in a Custodial Environment: Dilemmas in Policy and Practice for the Prison Service. Invited lecture at the University of Wales, Cardiff.

Peer Reviewed Conference Contributions

  • MacLeod, C., Canvin. K., Sacker, A. & Windle G. Using Technology in Later Life: Qualitative Insights into Actual and Perceived Barriers. Paper presented at the 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, San Francisco, California, 23-27 July 2017.
  • MacLeod, C., Canvin. K., Sacker, A. & Windle G. Seeking assistance in later life: A qualitative investigation of service non-use. Paper presented at the 46th Annual British Society of Gerontology Conference, Swansea, Wales, 5-7 July 2017.
  • Canvin, K. & Rugkåsa, J. Special measures? Qualitative interviews with people with (severe) mental illness and their carers. Paper presented at the Mental Health Qualitative Research Network seminar, London, UK, 23 September 2013.
  • Canvin, K. Coercion in the community: Mental health service user and professional experiences. Paper presented at the BSA Medical Sociology 45th Annual Conference, York, UK, 11-13 September 2013.
  • Canvin, K. Predicting the unpredictable? Findings from a qualitative study of psychiatrists’ and patients’ experiences of CTOs in England. Paper presented at the 33rd Congress of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 14-19 July 2013.
  • Canvin, K. Service user perspectives on coercion in psychiatry (symposium on Community-based compulsory treatment: emerging findings from the United Kingdom and international perspectives). Paper presented at the 33rd Congress of the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 14-19 July 2013.

    21st World Congress on Social Psychiatry, Lisbon, 2013
  • Canvin, K. Service user perspectives on coercion in psychiatry (symposium on Service User, Family, and Advocacy Perspectives on Coercion in Psychiatry). Paper presented at the 21st World Congress on Social Psychiatry, Lisbon, Portugal, 29 June-3 July 2013.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2011). Patient experiences of involuntary  psychiatric treatment in the community. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association’s Medical Sociology Group, Chester, UK, 14-16 September.
  • Simon, J., Anand, P., Gray, A., Rugkåsa, J., Burns, T. and the OCTET team. Capability measurement in the OCTET study: Developing the OxCAP-MH. ICECAP workshop 2011 (Birmingham, UK).
  • Simon, J., Anand, P., Gray, A., Rugkåsa, J., Burns, T. and the OCTET team. Operationalising the capabilities approach for mental health studies (OxCAP-MH). New Directions in Welfare Conference, OECD Paris, 6 July 2011- oral, opening plenary.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2011). Community Treatment Orders: A Qualitative Investigation of Patient Experiences in England. Paper presented at the IXth International Conference of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation (ENMESH), Ulm, Germany. Psychiatrische Praxis, 38, doi: 10.1055/s-0031-1277839. 23-25 June.
  • Canvin, K. & Rugkåsa, J. (2008) What can service providers learn from mental health service users and carers? UK Mental Health Research Network Scientific Conference, London, March 2008.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2007). Experiences of Mental Health in Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities in the UK. Poster presented at the Developing Racial Equality in Mental Health 2nd Conference, Warwick, UK.
  • Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K. (2007) Practical Issues in Recruiting Participants from Minority Ethnic Groups. Studying ethnic minorities – methodological approaches in qualitative research. Danish National Institute of Social Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2007.
  • Hodgson, P. & Canvin, K. (2006) What does health research mean to consumers? British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, Edinburgh, September 2006.
  • Canvin, K., Jones, C., Whitehead, M. (2005) The lived experience of poverty and social welfare services in Britain & Sweden: An exploration of the features that build or undermine resilience in poor households. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, York, April 2005.
  • Ford, F.M. & Canvin, K. (2004) Return to Work after Mental Health Problems: the professionalisation of experience. European Public Health Association ASM, Oslo 2004.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Gabbay, M., Jacoby, A., Bell, P. (2004) Who should be involved: Lay and Professional Perceptions of Public Involvement in the Quality of Healthcare Delivery. International Conference for Quality in Healthcare, Amsterdam 2004.
  • Ford, F.M. & Canvin, K. (2003) What can health professionals do to promote the functional recovery of people with mental health problems? SAPC Conference, Manchester 2003.
  • Canvin, K. & Hodgson, P. (2002) Researching with consumers: Overcoming obstacles and recognising limitations. Consumers in NHS Research: Making a Difference, Harrogate 2002.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. (2002) Is Clinical Governance just too ‘airy fairy’ for the public to grasp? Professional and Lay views of public involvement in Clinical Governance.  Clinical Excellence Conference, Birmingham, November 2002.
  • Canvin, K., Litva, A., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. (2002) Professional perceptions of clinical governance in primary care: From “accountability” to “zero” effect on public perceptions of the NHS. Clinical Excellence Conference, Birmingham, November 2002; Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Liverpool, September 2002; British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2002; The Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Conference, Birmingham, July 2002.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K. Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. (2002) Should the public be involved in Clinical Governance? 19th International Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care, Paris, November 2002.
  • Canvin, K. & Ford, F.M. (2002) The professionalisation of experience: Making experiences of mental ill health work. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2002.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. (2002) Prioritising quality: Lay and professional perceptions of public involvement in Clinical Governance in Primary Care. 4th International Conference on Priorities in Health Care, Oslo, September 2002.
  • Canvin, K. & Ford, F.M. (2002) Positive steps on the path to employment: returning to work after mental health problems. Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Liverpool, September 2002.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., & Gabbay, M. (2002) ‘Clinical Governance is just too airy fairy for people to grasp’: Exploring professional and lay views of public involvement in Clinical Governance. The Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Conference, Birmingham, July 2002.
  • Canvin, K. (2001) Pregnant Prisoners’ Expectations for Pregnancy. British Sociological Association Human Reproduction Study Group Annual Conference, Northampton.
  • Canvin, K. & Ford, F.M. (2001) Return to work following mental illness: work in progress. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2001
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., & Gabbay, M. (2001) Grasping at Straws: Exploring Professionals’ Views of Public Involvement. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2001.
  • Pinfold, V. & Canvin, K. (2001) Challenging coercion in the community: Mental health professionals’ and service users’ experiences of policies to control ‘Patients in the Community’ in England. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York.
  • Canvin, K. (1998) Pregnancy v. Prison: Institutions in Conflict? Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, Leicester.
  • Canvin, K. (1997) Hard Labour? Pregnancy in Prison. Howard League Annual Conference, Oxford.

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