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Sarah Beggs-Christofferson (New Zealand Department of Corrections, New Zealand)
The assessment of clinically meaningful treatment change among sexual offenders, and the relationship between change and risk (
Abstract and CV)

Charles Borduin (University of Missouri-Columbia, USA)
Multisystemic Therapy for Youths With Problem Sexual Behaviors
(Abstract and CV)

Peer Briken (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany) & Richard Krueger
Paraphilic Disorders in DSM-5 and proposals for ICD-11 – are there implications for sexual offender management? (Abstract and CV)

Conor Duggan (University of Nottingham, UK)
The Empirical Basis of Sex Offender Treatment Effectiveness
(Abstract and CV)

Reinhard Eher (Federal Evaluation Center for Violent and Sexual Offenders, Vienna, Austria & University of Ulm, Germany)
Pedophilic Disorder and its Risk for Sexual Reoffending in Child Molesters (Abstract and CV)

Karl Hanson (Public Safety Canada, Canada)
When Is a Sexual Offender No Longer a Sexual Offender?
(Abstract and CV)

Grant Harris (University of Toronto & Queen's University, Canada)
The Violence Risk Appraisal Guide—Revised (VRAG-R): Application to Sex Offenders (Abstract and CV)

Celina Manita (Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal)
Between Treatment and Justice: Different Answers to Different Challenges (Abstract and CV)

Ruth Mann (National Offender Management Service, UK)
Addressing the predictors of sexual recidivism – Reflections on knowledge and practice 
(Abstract and CV)

William Marshall (Rockwood Psychological Services, Canada)
A Theory of the Etiology of Child Molestation
(Abstract and CV)

Andreas Mokros (University Hospital of Psychiatry Zurich, Switzerland)
Indirect Measures of Pedophilia
(Abstract and CV)

Phil Rich (Specialized Consultancy and Training, USA)
Changing Faces in the Assessment and Treatment of Sexually Abusive Youth
(Abstract and CV)

Terry Thomas (University of Leeds, UK) & Bill Hebenton (University of Manchester, UK)
Sex Offender Registers – Legalities, Ethics and Effectiveness
(Abstract and CV)

CANCELLED - Tony Ward (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Empirical Evidence of Positive Treatment Approaches in Sexual Offenders
(Abstract and CV)