Improving mental health through understanding our social context - Dr Lynette Joubert

Please join us for the inaugural lecture of the International Centre for Mental Health Social Research at the University of York: 

Improving mental health through understanding our social context 



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KIS Plenary lecture: Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite on 'Resilient healthcare: re-energising the patient safety agenda' King's College London

WEDNESDAY 28 MAY 2014, 4.15pm to 5.30pm
KIS Plenary lecture: Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite on 'Resilient healthcare: re-energising the patient safety agenda'
King's College London Franklin Wilkins Building, Stamford Street, London SE1 9NH, Classroom 1.11
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CL Oakley Memorial Lecture

Arthur W. Frank will give the CL Oakley Memorial Lecture in Medicine and the Arts 
Being a Good Story: Living with Serious Illness 
University of Leeds 
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Eleanor Rathbone Public Lecture - Inequality: the Enemy Between Us

Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, School of Law and Social Justice 

Professor Kate Pickett - Inequality: the Enemy Between Us 

The event is free and open to all who register at http://www.uolevents.org/190314er 


Eleanor Rathbone Building, Hearnshaw Lecture Theatre 
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MICRA Annual Public Lecture

'Beyond the fiction and fear: finishing Alzheimer's for the future'

Peter Whitehouse
Professor of Neurology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA

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Lynn Bothelo - Public lecture


Public Lecture

School of Health, Sport and Bioscience, University of East London 

Professor Lynn Botelho - 'From Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II: Has Care for the Elderly Changed?' 

On 13th of May, 2013 at 6:00PM in room CC1.01 Stratford Campus (for directions visit www.uel.ac.uk/campuses/stratford.htm
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Public Lecture - School of Health, Sport and Bioscience University of East London

Professor Lynn Botelho - 'From Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II: Has Care for the Elderly Changed?'

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Is Breast Really Best? Breastfeeding, Motherhood, and the Politics of Care


Reminder: Open Lecture
Is Breast Really Best? Breastfeeding, Motherhood, and the Politics of Care

As part of her time as Visiting Fellow with The Centre for Parenting Culture Studies (CPCS), Joan Wolf will be giving this Open Lecture at the University of Kent, Canterbury

Date: Wednesday February 13th 2013
Venue: Grimond Lecture Theatre, University of Kent (J6 on the map)
Time: Lecture starts 6pm
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Annual Health Services Research Lecture - 11 March 2013


THE LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MEDICINE 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH AND POLICY

27th ANNUAL HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH LECTURE

TWO CONFLICTING CONSTANTS IN HEALTH CARE:
CHANGE AND RESISTANCE TO CHANGE
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Next BSA London MedSoc Seminar


British Sociological Association
London Medical Sociology Group Meeting
Wednesday 10th October, 6pm

Dr. Michael Shiner, LSE - When Things Fall Apart: Suicide and the Life-course

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Infomercial for Evidence-based Bioethics: RSM Meeting, June 2012

Evidence-based bioethics: A myth or a reality?Link for booking: http://www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/onc01.php (This includes a short video introducing the meeting)MEETING IS OPEN TO ALL ACADEMICS AND STUDENTS IN ANY RELATED DISCIPLINE - PLEASE TICK THE 'STUDENT' or 'AHP' (ACADEMICS) BOX WHEN BOOKINGFurther info: open@rsm.ac.ukWednesday 20 June 2012Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON,
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Lecture by Professor Vern Bengtson

Please join us for a special lecture at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, 66 Banbury Road, University of OxfordWednesday 9th May 2012 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m"Does religiosity increase with death?Aging and cohort effects in a 35-year study"by Professor Vern BengtsonResearch ProfessorEdward D. Roybal Institute on Aging,School of Social WorkUniversity of Southern CaliforniaPast-President, Gerontological
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Evidence-based bioethics: A myth or a reality? RSM Meeting, June, London

Evidence-based bioethics: A myth or a reality?Wednesday 20 June 2012Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AEThe RSM Open Section are delighted to announce that Professor Daniel Sulmasy, member of the US Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, will be delivering the keynote lecture on Evidence-based bioethics.Medical ethics is something which we often take
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Social Theory & Health 2012 Annual Lecture Podcast

Last Thursday Professor Roy Bhaskar, Institute of Education, University of London, gave the Social Theory & Health 2012 Annual Lecture with his talk titled ‘Critical realism, interdisciplinarity and well-being'.An audio recording of the lecture is now available via the STH homepage at http://www.palgrave-journals.com/sth/index.html.
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UCL Sociology Network Spring Seminars

UCL Sociology NetworkThis is to alert colleagues and students to the Network's spring seminar programme. Do please join us and put the dates in your diary early.Seminars:28 March, 3-4.30pm, Roberts 309: Graham Scambler on 'Social structure, inequality and the August riots'.25 April, 3-4.30pm, Roberts 110: Mel Bartley on 'Theories and models of health inequality'.30 May, 3-4.30pm, Roberts 309: Paul
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Lent Lecture Series 2012, London

Announcing the Lent Lecture Series 2012 of The Centre of Medical Law and Ethics, King’s College London.There is no charge to attend the lectures. All are welcome. Please contact Dr Neema Sofaer (neema.sofaer@kcl.ac.uk) for details.DR MARK SHEEHAN, Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Ethics Fellow, Ethox Centre, University of Oxford;Rare and exceptional: Dealing with difficult healthcare resource
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