MedSoc ECR Pre-Conference Event

MedSoc ECR Pre-Conference Event

Tuesday 9th September (1pm – 5pm)

Aston University, Birmingham

Room: White Hall 2 and 3

BSA Members: £10. Non-members: £25

MedSoc are pleased to announce a pre-conference event for PhD students and
Early Career Researchers working in Medical Sociology.
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Call for abstracts: Researching Bodies conference

BSA Ageing, Body and Society Study Group 6th Annual Conference:

Researching Bodies

Friday 28 November 2014
British Library Conference Centre, London

We are delighted to include a keynote address by Prof Les Back (Goldsmiths University) who will speak on: Inscriptions of Love: the body as an impermanent canvass and a plenary panel on Researching Bodies.
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Epidemic Entanglements : Exploring the interrelation between cities and infectious disease

Interdiscipilinary Conference
24th - 25th July 2014

Goethe University Frankfurt / Main
Institute of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology

The twenty-first century has thus far been marked by emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases: malaria, SARS, FMD, avian flu, HIV, MDR-tuberculosis, MERS-CoV and dengue pose some of the greatest challenges to health care worldwide. Some areas, however, appear to be more prone to infectious disease outbreaks than others.
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3 Posts at Lancaster University

The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Research and Care for the North West Coast has more than thirty partners. Lancaster university one of three academic partners is seeking to fill the three posts to work across the NW Coast area.
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JOB AD for UEA-Based Senior RA post in Social Research in Dementia (PRIDE) Project


Senior Research Associate in Social Research (PRIDE) • REF: RA1086
Full time, fixed-term until 28th February 2019.

£30,728 to £36,661 per annum 

This post, available from August 2014, is offered on a fixed-term basis until 28th February 2019.
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Phil Strong Memorial Prize 2013-14

We are pleased to announce the Phil Strong Memorial Prize for the Academic year 2013-14. The prize was established in memory of Phil Strong (1945-1995) one of the post-war generation of sociologists who influenced the development of medical sociology in the UK, and it is anticipated that there will be one prize to the value of £1200 awarded this year. The purpose of the prize is to contribute to the advancement of medical sociology by supporting post-graduate research in medical sociology.
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Qualitative research methods Workshop: ‘Getting the most out of focus groups’ - Thursday 10 and Friday 11 July 2014

The Faculty of Health & Social Care presents:

Qualitative research methods Workshop: ‘Getting the most out of focus groups’

Professor Rosaline Barbour

Thursday 10 and Friday 11 July 2014, The Open University Milton Keynes

We are delighted to announce the 2014 series of workshops exploring qualitative research methods, to be held at The Open University. These workshops will be facilitated by our Professor of Health Care and qualitative research expert, Rosaline Barbour.
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