CFP: Social Science in Public Health, September 2012, Cambridge

Call for Papers: One Day SymposiumTITLE: Beyond ‘Them’ and ‘Us’? Enacting social science within the public health research agenda on chronic illnessTuesday 18 September 2012. Hughes Hall, University of CambridgeKeynote Speakers: Professor David Armstrong, King’s College London; Professor Rose Barbour, Open UniversityFor social scientists employed in public health settings,
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Qualitative Research Methods courses at University of Oxford

The Health Experiences Research Group, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford is offering the following programme of qualitative research methods courses from September to November 2012. Note that our courses are very popular, so please book early to avoid disappointment.For further details about each course or to make a booking, please go tohttps://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/browse/product.asp?catid=165&modid=5&compid=1Please
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British Academy Conference: Modelling for Policy, 17-18 May 2012

What kind of tools are mathematical models and simulations? How do we use them in controlling infectious risks? How well they are at work in climate research? What are the philosophical problems of modelling risks and uncertainties?Forthcoming conference Modelling for Policy addresses the timely questions of how computational techniques help generate evidence topredict and govern infectious risks.
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MedSoc 2012 Conference - Final Call for Papers

British Sociological Association, MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY GROUP ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2012Call for papersWednesday 5th - Friday 7th September 2012University of LeicesterWe look forward to welcoming you to our 44th Annual Conference.We are pleased to announce Kathy Charmaz, Sonoma State University, SanFrancisco and David Armstrong, King's College London have agreed to beour plenary speakers at the 2012 conference.Papers,
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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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BSA Ageing, Body and Society Conference. Critical Perspectives, Future Challenges, July 2012, London

BSA Ageing, Body and Society STUDY GROUP 5TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Critical Perspectives, Future Challenges’Friday July 6th 2012The British Library Conference Centre, LondonKeynote Address: Professor Barb Marshall (Trent University, Canada) who will speak on: ‘Ageing, Embodiment and Corporeality: Lessons for the Sociology of the Body’Plenary Panel including: Professor Toni Calasanti
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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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