Global public health policy has long been shaped by concerns about infectious disease outbreaks, and increasingly non-communicable conditions.
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…
Many mental health workers steer clear of taking on clients who have been the victims of severe trauma and/or stress.
Come and join us down by the seaside for two days of practical workshops and participatory experiments.
CREATE, the early career researcher division of the European Health Psychology Society, has organised a pre-conference.