The summary conference programme provides details of the keynote speakers and session times over the two days.
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Day one: Thursday 8 July 2021
|Conference Introduction||9.00 - 9.15||Introduction from JUC SWEC Chair and conference organisers|
|Plenary 1: Keynote Speaker||9.15-10.15||Reclaiming the role of the 'social' in the care and support of older people, with Alisoun Milne (University of Kent)|
|Parallel Session A||11.00-12.00||Presentations and symposiums|
|Parallel Session B||13.00-14.00||Presentations and symposiums|
|Plenary 2: Keynote Speakers||14.30-15.30||Alliances between universities and service users with Jadwiga Leigh (Lancaster University) and Mellisa Hempenstall (Peer Mentor Lead) from the New Beginnings project.|
|Parallel Session C||16.00-17.00||Presentations and symposiums|
|Fringe Meetings||17.00 - 18.00||Fringe sessions|
Day two: Friday 9 July 2021
|Fringe Sessions||8.00 - 9.00||Fringe sessions|
|Plenary 3: Panel Discussion||9.00 - 10.00||A panel discussion about social work and politics with Mark Drakeford (First Minister of Wales), Hilary Armstrong (former UK Government Minister) and Julie Morgan (Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services in the Welsh Government)|
|Parallel Session D||10.30 - 11.50||Presentations and symposiums|
|Poster Discussion||12.30 - 1.00||Poster authors available to discuss their posters (which are on display throughout the conference)|
|Plenary 4: Keynote Speaker||13.00-14.00||Intersectionality and social work education: Claudia Bernard (Goldsmiths, University of London)|
|Parallel Session E||14.30-15.50||Presentations and symposiums|
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|16.00 - 16.30||Closing remarks and 2022 conference announcement|