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Deadline of abstract submissions: Tuesday 30th April 2019
Conference date: Wednesday 11th – Friday 13 September 2019
Venue: University of York
We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the BSA Medical Sociology Conference 2019. We welcome abstract submissions for oral presentations, poster presentations and special events structured around the streams listed below. We welcome papers reporting empirical research findings as well as those that are more theoretical in orientation. We also welcome papers presenting ‘work-in-progress’ and those testing out new and exciting methodological approaches to research in the sociology of health and medicine. Following positive feedback, Pecha Kucha will continue at the 2019 conference, providing there are at least six presentations. Please note that presenters will be able to present only one paper at the conference, although they may be authors on more than one.
- Citizenship and health
- Complementary and alternative medicines
- Critical public health
- Embodiment and emotion
- Environment and health
- Experiences of health and illness
- Healthcare organisations
- Health policy
- Health service delivery
- Life course – ageing, chronic conditions, death and dying, reproductive health
- Mental health
- Patient-professional interaction
- Politics of health
- Screening and diagnosis
- Science, technology and society (STS) and medicine
- Teaching medical sociology
The abstract submission deadline is Tuesday 30 April 2019. Abstracts received after this date will not be considered. You can submit your abstracts through this link.
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