Death and Dying at Lancaster. Monday 18th December 1 – 4pm. Furness LT3/Foyer
Are you interested in researching or talking about or discussing death and dying? You might call it palliative care, end of life, mortality, thanatology or more? You might work in psychology, sociology, religion, health, ethics, computing, engineering, chemistry, physics, linguistics, management, art or .... ?? You can find out more and meet like-minded people at our Lancaster University event?
WHO ARE WE: We are the International Observatory on End of Life Care at Lancaster University. We want to bring people together who work in similar or related fields across the University.
WHY DO WE WANT TO MEET: To network with like-minded people and to facilitate cross-disciplinary and innovative approaches to work in this field. Who knows where this might lead, but hopefully it will provoke interesting discussions to start with, new collaborations, papers, grant applications or more. You might currently work in work related to death and dying, or have an interest in working in this area. Cross-disciplinary discussion and innovations are central to moving forwards work in this area, and this work will link to the new Health Innovation Campus and the cross University work associated with these developments.
WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO: Just book a (free) place at our event (lunch provided) and turn up ready to listen, meet and discuss. There are some short 5 minute slots to introduce your work to kickstart discussions. Let Catherine Walshe (email@example.com) know if you want to present a brief overview of your work/interest in this area to pique people's ideas on potential collaborations.
TO BOOK: Visit our Eventbrite page here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/death-dying-and-more-at-lancaster-tickets-38234420180