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This seminar tries to answer the following questions: can demonstrating the social production of knowledge support the social ownership of knowledge as a public good? And would socially owned knowledge be easier to put into practice?
Event Time
1230 - 1330
Venue
Management School Lecture Theatre 12, Lancaster University
Speaker
Dr Kath Maguire, University of Exeter Medical School
There is a need to consider carefully how best to facilitate explorations with people of different ages about living with actual or potential disaster. In this session Dr Amanda Bingley shares some reflections on the use of tactile approaches in practical workshops with children and adults who have experienced or are sharing ideas about recovery and resilience in disasters.
Event Time
1300 - 1400
Venue
Room SR14, Bowland North, Lancaster University
Speaker
Dr Amanda Bingley: Division of Health Research, Lancaster University
One of the seminars in Health Economics, this series is a discussion forum for individuals interested in quantitative methods applied to Health Economics and related areas of research. It consists of presentations from both internal affiliates and visitors from the broader national and international research community.
Event Time
1200 - 1300
Venue
Room A16, Charles Carter building, Lancaster University
Speaker
Dr Claire Rothery (CHE, York University)
Second-year student project presentations. All are welcome to attend.
Event Time
1000 - 1300
Venue
Various rooms around Lancaster University campus.
Speaker
Second year trainees on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
Following the 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima, widespread public distrust in the authorities and ‘expert' scientists developed and there have been calls for work that bridges the gap between researchers and the local population. This talk reports from a collaborative project with Fukushima Medical University that used theatre and performance with a class of 12 year old school children to better understand the contribution that they can make to community resilience building.
Event Time
1300 - 1400
Venue
Room SR14, Bowland North, Lancaster University
Speaker
Alison Lloyd Williams: Sociology, Lancaster University
One of the seminars in Health Economics, this series is a discussion forum for individuals interested in quantitative methods applied to Health Economics and related areas of research. It consists of presentations from both internal affiliates and visitors from the broader national and international research community.
Event Time
1430 - 1530
Venue
Room A15, Charles Carter Building, Lancaster University
Speaker
Dr Ranjeeta Thomas, Imperial College London
As the refugee crisis unfolds, the European Union has invested heavily in advanced forms of surveillance of its Southern maritime border. Drawing on an analysis of new technologies of border control, this talk critically examines the claim that such surveillance contributes to "saving lives" at sea.
Event Time
1300 - 1400
Venue
Room SR14, Bowland North, Lancaster University
Speaker
Karolina Follis: Politics and International Relations, Lancaster University
On behalf of the Centre for Health Inequalities Research based with DHR we are pleased to invite you to a seminar presented by Professor Clare Bambra. The focus of the seminar should be of interest to colleagues from across the Faculty and beyond.
Event Time
1300-1400
Venue
Elizabeth Livingstone Lecture Theatre, A022 Bowland, Lancaster University
Speaker
Clare Bambra, Professor of Public Health, Newcastle University Medical School
The seminar series in Health Economics is an initiative of HEAL. This series is a discussion forum for individuals interested in quantitative methods applied to Health Economics and related areas of research. It consists of presentations from both internal affiliates and visitors from the broader national and international research community.
Event Time
1430 - 1530
Venue
George Fox, Lecture Theatre 4, Lancaster University
Speaker
Dr Joan Costa-Font, Department of Social Policy, LSE
Negative portrayals of communities can affect health and well being in a number of ways, including stigma, stereotyping and by influencing whether people visit or want to live in an area. Funded by the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences and organised by Lancaster University researchers, the workshop will explore how communities and practitioners can take action to tackle this issue. This includes publicity work to promote good news stories in the media, festivals and cultural events to encourage people to visit or physical improvements to neighbourhoods to increase pride. The event is free but registration is essential.
Event Time
1230 - 1600
Venue
Lumen URC, 88 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9RS
Professor Helal will present a brief summary of his past research and technology development in digital health, and then consider the future of digital health in light of the lessons learnt and emerging technological advances.
Event Time
1230 - 1400
Venue
FASS Building MR2
Speaker
Professor Sumi Helal - Chair in Digital Health, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University
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