A Great Week for Medical Humanities Conferencing: 1 The International Medical Geography Symposium

This week the Centre for Medical Humanities is participating in two important conferences: the 14th International Medical Geography Symposium (Durham University) and the 8th Annual Association for Medical Humanities Conference (University of Leicester). Reviews and reflections will be posted on the blog over the coming days, but meanwhile here is Read more…

ESRC seminar series: Fat Studies and HAES: Bigness Beyond Obesity Seminar 4: Researching Fat Studies and HAES: working with/as fat bodies

ESRC seminar series: Fat Studies and HAES: Bigness Beyond Obesity Seminar 4: Researching Fat Studies and HAES: working with/as fat bodies 5th-6th May 2011, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (Elwin Room) To register to attend the seminar please follow this link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KKWV6R3 This seminar will address the ethical and Read more…

Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care – Christine Milligan Seminar Wednesday 4 May

Durham Geographies of Health and Wellbeing present: Cracks in the door? Technology and the shifting topology of care Prof Christine Milligan, Lancaster University A seminar on Wednesday 4th May, 2-4pm Room W010, Geography Department Chair: Prof Sarah Curtis Abstract: The rapid growth of new and emerging care technologies (NCTs) targeted Read more…

International Medical Geography Symposium – Early Bird Registration Closes 11 Feb

The early-bird registration deadline for the International Medical Geography Symposium (IMGS) being held in Durham, 10-15th July 2011, is the 11th February 2011. The early-bird registration fee is £250 (£175 students). After this date the registration fee is £275 (£200 students). The registration fee includes admission to all of the sessions, Sunday evening wine reception Read more…