Here we present a selection of links to videos which we think may be of interest to the Medical Sociology community.
MedSoc Conference 2013
Video footage from the BSA Annual Conference 2013
A taster of what you missed at this year's conference.
MedSoc Conference 2012: Plenaries
Kathy Charmaz
Kathy Charmaz's plenary presentation from the BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference 2012. The text of the presentation can be downloaded here.
David Armstrong
David Armstrong's plenary presentation from the BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference 2012. The text of the presentation can be downloaded here.
MedSoc Conference 2011: Plenaries
Alan Peterson
Peterson's plenary presentation from the BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference 2011. The text of the presentation can be downloaded here.
Rose Barbour
Rose Barbour's plenary presentation from the BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference 2011. The text of the presentation can be downloaded here.
Journeys Through Sociology: Jennifer Platt
In this interview Jennifer Platt (Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Sussex) shares how her interest in working with data on the social world led her to sociology. She also discusses some of her research on the history of sociology, its institutions and boundaries.

This is part of a series of interviews with the 22 members of the Executive Committee of the International Sociological Association (ISA). The interviews can be found at the ISA website.
Health Disparities and the Stress Hypothesis - Dr. Jay Turner
Dr. Turner's current research study on Health Disparities and the Stress Hypothesis is funded by the National Institute on Ageing and OBSSR. The study approaches health disparities from a lifespan perspective in an effort to understand potentially modifiable social factors implicated in racial and socioeconomic status health disparities.

Dr. Turner has earned numerous awards and honours during his career including the 2009 Distinguished Research Professor Award while the Marie E. Cowart Professor of Sociology and Epidemiology at Florida State University. A past Chair of the Medical Sociology section of the American Sociological Association, he has been honoured with the Leo G. Reader Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Field of Medical Sociology in 2002 and the Lifetime Scholarly Contribution in Mental Health Award from the American Sociological Association in 1998.

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