Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2013-14

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2013-14. The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2013-14

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2013-14. The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2013-14

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2013-14. The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology. 
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2013- 14

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2013-14. The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology. 
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Foundation for the Sociology of Health & Illness Book Prize 2014 Nomination Details

BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference 2014 Aston University, Birmingham, 10-12 September

Nominations for the FSHI Book Prize 2014: Calling everyone studying, researching and teaching in the broad field of the sociology of health and illness

Have you read a book recently that you feel has made a significant contribution to the sociology of health and illness? Was it published between January 2011 and December 2013? If so, please consider nominating the author(s) for this year's Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) Book Prize.
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LAST CHANCE – BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014

The nomination deadline for the 2014 BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize is fast approaching.

Nominations must be received in the BSA office by Friday, 6 December 2013.
The prize will be awarded to the best first and sole authored book within the discipline of Sociology published between: 1 December 2012 and 30 November 2013.
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BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014


This is a reminder that the closing date for nominations for the 2014 BSA Philip Abrams Memorial (PAM) Prize is Friday 6 December 2013.

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PAM Prize 2014 - Nominations Now Open

Nominations are now being sought for the BSA Philip Abrams Memorial (PAM) Prize 2014.

The PAM prize is awarded to the best first and sole-authored book within the discipline of Sociology published between 1st December 2012 and 30th November 2013. The winner of the PAM Prize is awarded a monetary prize of £1,000 plus one year's free subscription to ‘The Sociological Review’ published by Wiley-Blackwell. The winner also receives an invitation to the BSA 2014 Annual Conference (to be held at Leeds University in April), with free conference registration, accommodation and travel (within the UK).
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BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014 - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014

Nominations are being sought for the 2014 BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize. The prize will be awarded to the best first and sole-authored book within the discipline of Sociology published between: 1st December 2012 and 30th November 2013.

The winner will receive a prize of £1,000, one year's free subscription to ‘The Sociological Review’ (published by Wiley-Blackwell) and an invitation to the BSA 2014 Annual Conference. Conference registration fee, accommodation and travel (within the UK) will be paid by the BSA.  
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2012-13

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2012-13.  The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year.  The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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BSA MedSoc Phil Strong Prize now open for nominations

British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group
Phil Strong Memorial Prize

We are pleased to the Phil Strong Memorial Prize, Academic year 2012-13 are now open for nominations. It is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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The 2013 Bevan Prize for Health and Wellbeing


The Bevan Foundation is delighted to announce the inaugural Bevan Prize for Health and Wellbeing.

The Prize will be awarded in recognition of an individual and group or organisation in any part of the United Kingdom who have made an outstanding contribution to health and well being in their field in the past year (1st January 2012 - 31st December 2012), who promote the founding values of the National Health Service, i.e. comprehensive treatment, within available resources; universal access, based on need; and services delivered free at the point of delivery and work to ensure equality of access and equality of health outcomes.
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2012 - 13


We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2012-13.  The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and It is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200.  The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize 2013

Have you read a book recently that you feel has made a significant contribution to medical sociology? If so, remember that the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) Book of the Year is accepting nominations for the 2013 prize.
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New Competition for Students

Why is Sociology important today? That is the question the BSA are posing to 16 to 19 year olds in a new competition aimed at raising the profile of Sociology within schools.
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Shortlist Announced for BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2013

The BSA are delighted to announce that the shortlist for this year’s BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize has now been chosen. 
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Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize

The Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) Book of the Year is now accepting nominations for the 2013 prize.
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LAST CHANCE – BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2013


The nomination deadline for the 2013 BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize is fast approaching.

Nominations must be received in the BSA office by Friday, 7 December 2012.  The prize will be awarded to the best first and sole authored book within the discipline of Sociology published between: 1 December 2011 and 30 November 2012. 
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BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2013 - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS


Nominations are being sought for the 2013 BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize. The prize will be awarded to the best first and sole-authored book within the discipline of Sociology published between: 1st December 2011 and 30th November 2012.

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FSHI Book Prize 2012 - Winner


The BSA and the organising team for the Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference wish to extend warm congratulations to Nelly Oudshoorn, winner of the 2012 Foundation of Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize.
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Supporting post-graduate research - Phil Strong Memorial Prize FINAL REMINDER

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2012-13. It is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY GROUP PHIL STRONG MEMORIAL PRIZE


We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2012-13. It is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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Sociology of Health & Illness Book Prize

Warmest congratulations to the shortlisted authors of this year’s Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize! We are pleased to announce that - of 16 nominated books - the judging panel have released their shortlist.
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FSHI Book of the Year Awards 2012 - Call for nominations

BSA Sociology of Health and Illness Book of the YearThe BSA Sociology of Health and Illness Book of the Year is now accepting nominations for the 2012 prize. The nomination deadline is Friday 30 March 2012.The prize of £1,000 is awarded annually at the BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference to the author(s) or editor(s) of the book making the most significant contribution to medical sociology/sociology
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