Research posts available at Cardiff SOCSI

We would like to bring to your attention two research posts available within Cardiff School of Social Sciences. The posts are a great opportunity to research initiatives designed to enhance the education and training of healthcare professionals and to work in an exciting research environment. Both posts are full time and fixed term for 2 years.
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CFP: Repositioning health, illness and the body in medical anthropology, ASA 2014 conference panel

Call for paper proposals - DEADLINE 5TH JANUARY 2014

ASA14 Decennial: Anthropology and Enlightenment, 19-22 June 2014, The Surgeons' Hall, Nicolson Street, Edinburgh

Repositioning health, illness and the body: the challenge of new theoretical approaches to medical anthropology

Convenors: Simon Cohn (University of Cambridge), Rebecca Lynch (University of Cambridge)
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New CLAHRC posts at Warwick

Research Fellow CLAHRC

Warwick Medical School

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Work & employment into the 21st century - WES issue freely available

We are pleased to announce that we have made the 25th anniversary special issue of WES permanently free due to popular demand: issue has been really well received to date and we hope that everyone continues to engage with WES and the future of work and employment in the 21st century.
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Seeking EU research collaborators: Youth sexuality and gender identity and emotional wellbeing

Call for collaborators for European funding application

Research areas: youth self-harm; sexuality & gender identities; qualitative / mixed methods; emotional distress and wellbeing in contexts of school, health and social care, family, and on-line

We are based in Norway and the UK and would like  to collaborate with colleagues from other European countries.
If you would be interested in collaborating in research addressing these topic areas, please read on
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Vacancy: Post Doctoral Research Associate - Centre for Public Policy & Health

Post Doctoral Research Associate Vacancy - Centre for Public Policy & Health, Durham University
Responsible to: Professor David Hunter, Director, Centre for Public Policy and Health, School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, Durham University (

Responsible for: research and administration related to a research project recently funded through the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR)
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London MedSoc 2014 Programme

The London MedSoc organising committee met yesterday evening (13/11/13) to discuss the findings from the survey we conducted amongst all members in September this year and the programme for 2014. The response has been poor (11%), but we have taken on board the suggestions members have made.
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