Dementia UK Free Lunchtime Seminar - Exploring the social context of living with behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia

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The Faculty of Health & Social Care at The Open University presents this free lunchtime seminar: 

Exploring the social context of living with behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia
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‘Knotty Issues in Multi-disciplinary Research in Ageing” Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies (CABS) and Centre for Policy on Ageing (CPA) Seminar

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‘‘Knotty Issues in Multi-disciplinary Research in Ageing” 

Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies (CABS) and Centre for Policy on Ageing (CPA) Seminar 

The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden, London, NW1 8NP 

This latest seminar from the Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies (CABS) at The Open University and the Centre for Policy on Ageing (CPA) looks at the issues involved in multi/inter-disciplinary research. 
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Invite to a FREE dissemination event/workshop: "FROM EVIDENCE TO PRACTICE: IMPLEMENTING CHANGE IN PRIMARY CARE"

We would like to warmly invite you to come to our dissemination event, "From Evidence to Practice: Implementing Change in Primary care". 

Venue: King's Fund 
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Dementia UK Free Lunchtime Seminar - Exploring the social context of living with behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia

***Few places still remaining*** 

'The Faculty of Health & Social Care at The Open University presents this free lunchtime seminar: 

'Exploring the social context of living with behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia'. 
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‘‘Knotty Issues in Multi-disciplinary Research in Ageing”

Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies (CABS) and Centre for Policy on Ageing (CPA) Seminar 

The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden, London, NW1 8NP 

This latest seminar from the Centre for Policy on Ageing (CABS) at The Open University and the Centre for Policy on Ageing (CPA) looks at the issues involved in Multi/Inter-disciplinary research. 
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Embodiment, ethics & re/production: Seminar 5th June 2014 University of Edinburgh

Thursday 5th June 2014, 10-4pm
University of Edinburgh

This one day event provides a forum for discussion, debate  and deliberation around a series of presentations relating to  re/production, ethics and embodiment. The symposium will seek to  interrogate the extent to which ethical engagement can enhance  theoretical work on embodiment; and the extent to which theories of  embodiment can contribute to bioethics.
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Medical Sociology events at Cardiff University

We would like to draw your attention to the programme of informal MedSoc seminars taking place in Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Glamorgan Building, Cardiff CF10 3WT. These are free events and open to everyone. You do not need to reserve a place, however, it would be useful for planning if you could email Rebecca or Sara if you are able to come to any of the events. 
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Seminar with Professor Ruth Leys on "Violence, Affect, and the Post-Traumatic Subject"

My name is Sam McLean. I am a PhD student in the Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine at King's College London, organising a seminar with Professor Ruth Leys (http://humctr.jhu.edu/bios/ruth-leys) (Johns Hopkins University) on "Violence, Affect, and the Post-Traumatic Subject". The seminar will take place on Tuesday 13 May from 17.00 - 18.30 in S-1.04, Lecture Theatre (King's College London, Strand Building, Strand Campus). The talk will last 45 mins, followed by 45 mins of Q&A. 
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'Counting the Costs? Resources, Austerity and Older LGBT People'

ESRC SEMINAR SERIES:
Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People
'Minding the Knowledge Gaps'

‘Counting the Costs? Resources, Austerity and Older LGBT People’

Tuesday 29th April 2013 University of Surrey, UK
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Fieldwork as a Technique of Existence - A Public Seminar

Monday 3rd March 2014, 16.30-18.30, WTA Goldsmiths

A Public Seminar with Dr. Todd Meyers (Department of Anthropology, Wayne State University, USA) and Professor Sophie Day (Department of Anthropology, Goldsmiths, University of London)
Unit of Play, Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London

We kindly invite you to attend the first seminar of the "Techniques of Existence" series that will be running throughout the Spring and Autumn terms at the Unit of Play.
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BSA Medical Sociology Wales

We would like to invite you to the following informal seminars organised by BSA Medical Sociology Wales. All are welcome. We are very keen to develop the group so please contact us if you have any ideas for future topics or different ways to support medical sociology in Wales. 
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BSA Medical Sociology Wales

We would like to invite you to the following informal seminars organised by BSA Medical Sociology Wales. All are welcome. We are very keen to develop the group so please contact us if you have any ideas for future topics or different ways to support medical sociology in Wales. 
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The Social Context of Suicide with Professor Jonathan Scourfield

MedSoc (Wales) would like to invite you to a free informal research seminar.

'How should we study the social context of suicide and self-harm?' 
Professor Jonathan Scourfield 
Monday 23rd June 2014, 12.00 - 2pm, Social of Sciences, Cardiff University CF10 3WT 
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MICRA Seminar: Ageing, nutrition and health

MICRA Seminar: Ageing, nutrition and health

From MICRA and Food@Manchester

2.00pm-4.00pm, Free networking lunch from 1.00pm
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CfP: Quantified Self Research Network, 25th March, University of Warwick

The next meeting of the Quantified Self Research Network will take place on the 25th March at the University of Warwick from 1pm to 6pm. It’s an informal seminar to present work in progress and is open to all. 

If you would like to contribute then please send a short abstract and bio to mark@markcarrigan.net by February 1st. We use ‘quantified self’ in a broad sense inclusive of self-tracking, wearable computing and digital augmentation. 
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SEMINAR Community treatment orders: effectiveness, understanding

COMMUNITY TREATMENT ORDERS: EFFECTIVENESS, UNDERSTANDING AND IMPACT

Dr Jorun Rugkåsa, Dr Krysia Canvin & Francis Vergunst (University of Oxford) 

We would like to invite you to a seminar hosted by the International Centre for Mental Health Social Research (http://www.york.ac.uk/spsw/research/icmhsr) at the University of York on Wednesday 12th February 2014 at 12-1pm in AC/209 Alcuin C Seminar Room. 
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Ageing, Transport and Mobility: New approaches from researchers and providers

MICRA Seminar
Ageing, Transport and Mobility: New approaches from researchers and providers
From MICRA, cities@manchester and Transport for Greater Manchester
Tuesday 29 October 2013
2.00pm-4.00pm, Free networking lunch from 1.00pm,
G306B, Jean McFarlane Building, the University of Manchester M13 9PL
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Ageing, Dementia and Promoting Access to Care

MICRA Seminar
Ageing, Dementia and Promoting Access to Care
Monday 4 November 2013
2.00pm-4.00pm, Free networking lunch from 1.00pm,
G306B, Jean McFarlane Building, the University of Manchester M13 9PL
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Researching Science and Medicine 11th December Cardiff

‘Research at the Intersection of Science and Medicine’ 

Wednesday 11th December at 14:00-16:30 in Committee Room 2, Glamorgan 
Building, Cardiff  CF10 3WT

Presenters: Professor Joanna Latimer, Sophie Davies and Dr Rebecca Dimond 
(Cardiff School of Social Sciences) 

This free, informal seminar will focus on the complexities and value of 
conducting research within and across scientific and medical worlds. 
All are welcome. 
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Pathways to Impact Event, LPIA Seminar 1, Thursday 28th November 2013

Lancaster University Centre for Ageing Research
Ageing and Health: Breaking Down Boundaries

The Medicalization of Old Age

Thursday November 28th 2013
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OPAN seminar, SURF Room, Swansea University

18th September 2013, 12.30-2pm

(Tea/Coffee & cakes provided on arrival)

How are the sexual identities and relationships of older lesbian, gay, bisexual (LGB) residents perceived and supported in residential care environments in Wales?  A study to promote anti-discriminatory residential services to older LGB people.
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City University London - July Disability and Social Inclusion seminar: Childhood disability and social disadvantage

City University London, Division of Health Services Research and Management, Disability and Social Inclusion Seminars

We invite you to our July seminar, Tuesday July 16th 2013, 1 to 2.15pm
Venue: Room B307B, Northampton Square, EC1V 0HB 

Childhood Disability and Social Disadvantage

Speaker: Colin Low, Lord Low of Dalston, CBE, Vice-President of the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
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Invitation: Intergenerational Issues and LGBT people

ESRC SEMINAR SERIES: Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People 'Minding the Knowledge Gaps'

Venue - Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford
Date - 10th September 2013 (Tuesday) Time - 9.45-16.00

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City University Disability and Social Inclusion Seminar June 11th: Effectivensss of Telehealth and Telecare


We invite you to our June seminar - Tuesday June 11th 2013, 1 to 2.15pm

Effectiveness of Telehealth and Telecare: Lessons from the Whole Systems Demonstrator Project

Venue: Room AG11, College Building, St John Street, EC1V 0HB
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Invitation to a Research Seminar


'The organisational practices of knowledge mobilisation at top manager level in the NHS'
Friday 24 May 2013
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Second Global Health and Ethics Seminar Series


The second Global Health and Ethics Seminar at The Ethox Centre will be by Dr Rachel Douglas-Jones (Anthropology, Durham University and University of West Scotland) at 2pm on the 30th April 2013 at Teaching Room B, Rosemary Rue Building, Old Road Campus, Oxford OX7 7LF.

'Ethics, form and perspective: capacity building and research governance in Asia'
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Reminder - CFP New variants on the 'undeserving poor': current perceptions and experiences of disability and illness


BSA West Midlands Medical Sociology Group and Disability Studies Group

Friday 24th May 2013, Coventry University

New variants on the 'undeserving poor': current perceptions and experiences of disability and illness
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ESRC Seminar Series: The role of diagnosis in health and wellbeing

ESRC Seminar Series: The role of diagnosis in health and wellbeing:  A social science perspective on the social, economic and political costs and consequences of diagnosis.

Consortium: University of East Anglia, University of Exeter; University of York; University of Cambridge & the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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Global Health and Ethics Seminar Series at Oxford


ETHOX Centre at Oxford is launching a Global Health and Ethics Seminar Series with a talk by Professor Veena Das (Johns Hopkins University) entitled 15 years after 'Public Good, Ethics, and Everyday Life: Beyond the Boundaries of Bioethics' .
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Free Seminar on Collaboration in Health and Social Care, University of Edinburgh 22nd April

Collaboration in the context of the integration of health and social care 22nd April, 1-4 pmGodfrey Thomson Hall, Thomson’s Land, Moray School of Education, The University of Edinburgh The need for greater collaboration between agencies has been a central driver towards partnership working and integration in health and social care. This seminar is an
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Older Bisexual Lives - Current Initiatives and Future Directions

Please see via the link details of 'Older Bisexual Lives', the first seminar in the ESRC 'Minding the Knowledge Gaps' series (http://www.crag.surrey.ac.uk/index.php/esrc-seminar-series-minding-the-knowledge-gaps/).Please circulate and/or feel free to attend. All welcome, but only a limited number of places, so please sign up asap, so as not to miss out.
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Housing in an Ageing Society


Housing in an Ageing Society.
9th April, York  and 15 May, London, UK 
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ESRC Seminar Series, Ageing and Disability - 'writing in' gender & sexuality - Thursday 25th April 2013


Lancaster University, Conference Centre
Opportunities, challenges & tensions: linking the ageing and disability rights agendas
Ageing and disability: ’writing in’ gender and sexuality 
Thursday 25th April 2013

The importance of gender and sexuality amongst older and disabled people is often overlooked by policy-makers and practitioners.  This seminar will explore points of interconnection and difference. 
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MICRA/Storybox Project Seminar: Ageing, Dementia, Creativity and Storytelling


Seminar by Manchester Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Research on Ageing (MICRA) and The Storybox Project 

Tuesday 19 March 2013, 2.00pm - 4.00pm, free networking lunch from 1pm 
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Medical ethnomusicology seminar Limerick 13th February


Music Therapy and Medical Ethnomusicology: Crossings and Convergences
4pm - 5.30pm Wednesday February 13th, Tower Theatre, Irish World Academy Building, University of Limerick

Chair: Dr Colin Quigley Irish World Academy
Speakers: Professor Gregory Barz and Professor Jane Edwards
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ESRC Seminar Series, Ageing and Disability - 'writing in' gender & sexuality


Lancaster University, Conference Centre
Opportunities, challenges & tensions: linking the ageing and disability rights agendas
Ageing and disability: ’writing in’ gender and sexuality

Thursday 25th April 2013

The importance of gender and sexuality amongst older and disabled people is often overlooked by policy-makers and practitioners.  This seminar will explore points of interconnection and difference.
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Studies of ageing masculinities: still in their infancy?


Centre for Policy on Ageing and Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies
Seminar 15 in the Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series

1-day seminar
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Ageing Masculinities Seminar


Centre for Policy on Ageing and Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies
Seminar 15 in the Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series

Studies of ageing masculinities: still in their infancy?
1-day seminar
Date:                     Thursday 14th February 2013
Venue:                 The Open University in London, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden, London, NW1 8NP
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MICRA Seminar - Ageing and Changing Health Behaviour


Tuesday 29 January 2013, 2.00 – 4.00pm (Buffet lunch and networking from 1.00pm)
Venue: G306B Jean McFarlane Building, University of Manchester (no.92 on the campus map)
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ESRC Seminar Series; Seminar 6; Addressing ageism, impairment and disablism - Tuesday 29th January 201


There are a few places left on this Seminar, if you are interested please send your Expression of Interest Form (see below).

Opportunities, challenges & tensions: linking the ageing and disability rights agendas
Addressing ageism, impairment and disablism

Tuesday 29th January 2013

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ESRC seminar on sociology of diagnosis, University of Exeter, 28th of January 2012


ESRC Seminar Series: The role of diagnosis in health and wellbeing:  A social science perspective on the social, economic and political costs and consequences of diagnosis.

Consortium: University of Cambridge; University of East Anglia, University of Exeter; University of York & the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Exeter Jan 28 2013 – Diagnosis, technologies and Innovation: A one-day seminar with key speakers and discussants

University of Exeter, Reed Hall

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ESRC Seminar Series; Seminar 6; Addressing ageism, impairment and disablism - Tuesday 29th January 2013


Opportunities, challenges & tensions: linking the ageing and disability rights agendas
Addressing ageism, impairment and disablism

This seminar engages with the shape and form of contemporary ageism, impairment and disablism, and the challenges for developments and policies designed to address these issues.  
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Ageing, Global Health and Humanitarian Crisis


MICRA/ Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) joint seminar – Ageing, Global Health and Humanitarian Crisis
Wednesday 21 November 2012, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm (buffet lunch and networking from 1.00pm)  
Venue: Cordingley Lecture Theatre, Humanities Bridgeford StreetUniversity of Manchester (no. 35 on the campus map) 
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Ageing, Global Health and Humanitarian Crisis Event


You are invited to the MICRA/ Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) joint seminar – ‘Ageing, Global Health and Humanitarian Crisis.’

Date: Wednesday 21 November 2012
Venue: Cordingley Lecture Theatre, Humanities Bridgeford Street, The University of Manchester
Time: 13.00 – 16.00
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Global Health Seminars at Sussex


We would like to invite you to our second event of our Autumn 2012 Global Health Seminar Series. Professor Charlotte Watts (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) will be speaking about 'Intimate Partner Violence: A Neglected Risk Factor for Poor Health Globally' on Tuesday 23 October 2012, 4.30-6 pm, at the Global Studies Resource Centre, Arts C, University of Sussex, Brighton. All are welcome with no need for prior registration.

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ESRC Seminar Series: Competing knowledges of the young sexual body

Friday 2 November 2012, 11:00-16:30
Anglia Ruskin University, Room 206, Mellish Building, East Road Campus, Cambridge

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ESRC Seminar Series: Ageing, Race and Ethnicity


FREE SEMINARS AT BRUNEL UNIVERSITY
Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th NOVEMBER 2012
REFRESHMENTS AND LUNCH PROVIDED

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ROOM CHANGE Becoming a Nose with Katie Puckrick Smells


Becoming a Nose with Katie Puckrick Smells
4.30 - 6.30 11 October 2012
in 2107 Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths, University of London

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Global Health Seminar Series at Sussex


We would like to invite you to the first event of our Autumn 2012 Global Health Seminar Series.

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Will London 2012 regenerate East London? An interdisciplinary discussion


Tuesday 18th September, 12.30-3.30, Room 1.30, Garrod Building, Queen Mary University of London, Whitechapel
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UCL Sociology Network Seminar

UCL Sociology NetworkMel Bartley will be giving a seminar on:  'Theories and Models of Health Inequality'3 - 4.30 pm, Wednesday, 25 AprilRoom: Roberts 110, Engineering Building, UCL (opposite Waterstones).All welcome.
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Invitation to an IKON Distinguished Speakers Seminar

"Anthropotechnics - Practising the improbable" with Professor Rick Iedema (University of Technology, Sydney)We are delighted to announce that Professor Rick Iedema will be visiting IKON from 23-28 April following the award of one of the coveted IAS Visiting Fellowships for 2012.You are invited to join us at Professor Iedema's seminar which will take place on Thursday 26 April at 2.00pm in the WBS Teaching
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Audio/Video research of clinical workplace based learning, Seminar, May 2012, Cardiff

Are you presently undertaking audio/video research in clinical workplace learning environments? Are you planning to undertake such work? If so, you may be interested in the following seminar day to be held at Cardiff University:Workplace based learning seminar day 9th May 2012Developing a UK research network for interactional research in clinical workplace learninghttp://medicine.cardiff.ac.uk/event/workplace-based-learning-seminar-day/Call
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Rhodri Hayward - 'Ulcers, cortisol and the remaking of modern Britain', March 2012, London

13 March, Rhodri Hayward (Queen Mary) 'Ulcers, cortisol and the remaking of modern Britain'Life Cycles Seminar Series, Institute of Historical ResearchGordon Room G34, South Block, Senate House London WC1E 7HU Tuesdays, 5.15 p.mFrom the early 1930s psychology, psychiatry and neurophysiology populated the world with a novel collection of concepts and objects - such as the 'anxiety neuroses', the 'unconscious',
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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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