18 Jun 20099:00am - 6:00pmCRASSH, 17 Mill Lane

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Online Registration is now closed.

If you wish to check whether any places have become available please contact      E Lamb el269@cam.ac.uk


Conveners:

Richard Barnett  (HPS)
Simon Cohn       (General Practice and Primary Care Research Unit)
Bonnie Evans    (HPS)
Rachel Parry     (Learning Disabilities Research Group)
Sian Pooley       (History)
Nick Whitfield    (HPS)

Keynote speaker:

Dr Ilina Singh, Wellcome Trust University Lecturer in Bioethics and Society, at the BIOS Centre at the LSE.
 

This one-day interdisciplinary workshop aims to bring together researchers working on diverse aspects of health and welfare in order to promote academic exchange and future collaboration. In particular, the Symposium will showcase on-going research by postgraduate and early-career researchers in Cambridge.
 
The symposium will focus on the three themes which are explored in the Health and Welfare programme of reading groups and seminars for 2008-9. These are: dead bodies and transplanted tissues; medicine, law and deviant behaviour; and care and vulnerability. We welcome papers or posters that discuss any aspect of these themes.

CALL FOR PAPERS:  Deadline, Monday 27 April 2009 

 

Part of Health & Welfare Research Group

Administrative contact  Esther Lamb (Grad/Fac Programme Manager)

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