Sociological and anthropological perspectives, to date, have provided critical theoretical insights into end of life care practices.
Stigma, Health, and Inequality: A Two-Day Workshop 11–12 January 2018, Cardiff University Organised by Gareth Thomas (Cardiff University) and Kayleigh Garthwaite (Newcastle University) Funded…
Narrative Matters is a bi-annual conference on the study of narrative, which brings together scholars from different disciplines.
The festival is a friendly and accessible educational alternative to an academic conference with public participation at its heart.
The summer school, 'Doing Social Science Research in Healthcare Settings', will take place on 13th and 14th July 2017
Come and join us down by the seaside for two days of practical workshops and participatory experiments.
This lecture addresses the intersection between three forms of refusal, treating each of those forms of refusal as operating as a form of ethics.
There are intricate interactions between the natural environment and human health and well-being.
Stories of Illness / Disability in Literature and Comics: Intersections of the Medical, the Personal, and the Cultural
CREATE, the early career researcher division of the European Health Psychology Society, has organised a pre-conference.