I’ll be at this event next week. Should be great!

BSA Medsoc Yorkshire event – Friday January 16th

Lunch and networking 12:00-13:00

Keynote 13:00-14:00: Deborah Lupton, Canberra University, Australia ‘Digital health data, big and small: some critical sociological reflections’

Coffee and Tea 14:00-14:30

Paper presentations:

John Gardner, University of York, UK 14:30-15:00 ‘The broad clinical gaze in paediatric deep brain stimulation’
Chrissy Buse, University of Leeds, UK 15:00-15:30 ‘Looking out of place: clothing and the boundaries of ‘home’ and privacy in dementia care’
Clare Jackson, University of York, UK 15:30-16:00 ‘Healthcare professionals initiating decisions in labour: A pilot conversation analytic study of data from One Born Every Minute’
Future plans for the Group 16:00-16:30

This will be a great opportunity to meet with others with an interest in sociology of health and illness/medical sociology, to share ideas and help to build the Yorkshire research community.


Registration: http://www.britsoc.co.uk/events/key-bsa-events.aspx

Location: Tree House, Berrick Saul Building BS/104, University of York

Admission: Lunch and refreshments will be provided. In order to cover our costs and to help with future meetings the following charges will apply: £15 for BSA Members, £20 for Non-members, £10 for BSA Concessionary members, and £15 for Non-member students