How do we better understand, and change, people’s behaviour in relation to symptoms?

Thursday 23rd June, Wolfson Research Institute, Queen’s Campus, Stockton

The Durham Qualitative Health Research Group and ERDU present a half day workshop, comprising keynote speakers, break-out discussion sessions, and a plenary session focusing on ways forward and future research questions. Our aim for the day is to share knowledge from a diverse range of backgrounds on a topic that is of interest to many across this broad grouping. Our objectives include finding ways of working together, developing research questions, and enabling networking between and across disciplines. Speakers include:

Dr Rikke Sand Andersen (Aarhus University)
Dr Nicky Hall (Durham University)
Professor Martyn Evans (Durham University)
Dr Fiona Walter (University of Cambridge)
Professor Rose Barbour (University of Dundee)

Registration and lunch will commence at 12 noon, and the workshop will begin at 1pm. The session will close at 5:15pm and will be followed by drinks and canapés in The Street .

Registration is vital as places are limited. Please reply to Alex Motley to confirm attendance. For further information please download the QHR and ERDU June Workshop flyer or contact Sally Brown or Christina Benson.


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How do we better understand, and change, people’s behaviour in relation to symptoms?” Report on a Symposium | Centre for Medical Humanities Blog · June 24, 2011 at 12:03 pm

[…] Research Group and the Evaluation, Research and Development Unit took place, on the topic  “How do we better understand, and change, people’s behaviour in relation to symptoms?” Delegates from departments across Durham University, from as far afield as Denmark, Scotland […]

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