Events at Staffordshire University

Could it be Sepsis - Conference

Profs in Dudley's: Believe, Listen and respect - Victims v Perpetrators by Associate Professor Margaret Bannerman


October 25 Thursday

Margaret Bannerman, senior lecturer in sexual health, gives a fascinating insight into the specialist roles of Forensic Health Practitioner working in Custody and the Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE) in Sexual Assault settings. Discover the vital role they play in the criminal justice system and how they are caring for people at the most vulnerable time in their lives and in some of the most challenging environments in healthcare. To book contact

Profs in the Pav: A Shot in the Dark: Follow that Gun, by Associate Professor Rachel Bolton King


November 5 Monday

With violent crime on the rise, Associate Professor Rachel Bolton-King takes us on an interactive journey, following the life of a gun from creation to destruction. Through this perspective she explores gun crime and the latest methods used to solve shooting incidents across international borders. Refreshments from 5.30pm To book your place contact

Profs in the Pav: Trump, Russia and International Election Crime, by Associate Professor Tony Craig


December 3 Monday

Associate Professor of Modern History Tony Craig unravels the current allegations being made regarding Russian intelligence interference in the 2016 US Presidential election. By looking at historic examples of its use both against and by Britain and the US, this talk challenges assumptions that the behaviour is unique to Russia, or restricted to our current information age.

University Christmas Carol Service


December 12 Wednesday