North East Medical Sociology Group - impact of gender on health

The North East Medical Sociology Group is currently planning its next half day seminar which will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday 11 May at Newcastle University.

The topic for this half day seminar will be the impact of gender on health issues. The keynote speaker will be Dr Carol Emslie from the Institute for Applied Health Research / School of Life Sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University, and in addition there will be a number of short presentations from local researchers, plus a panel discussion exploring the difficulties sociologists face when working in multi-disciplinary groups looking at health related topics.

The North East Medical Sociology group aims to provide a forum to foster collaborative working, mentoring, discussion, and to enhance the profile of medical sociology in the Noth East. The events offer a lively and friendly forum, through which we encourage debate, discussion and networking.

Who should attend?
The conference is aimed at academics, researchers, postgraduate students and others with an interest in the critical sociology of health.

Cost of attendance
Lunch and refreshments will be provided on arrival. To cover our costs and to enable us to hold future events the following charges will be applied:

Academic staff and salaried researchers
BSA members £18; Non BSA members £20
Postgraduate researchers
Student BSA members £10; Non BSA students £15

Booking your place:
Booking is essential. Venue numbers are restricted and it is advisable to book early. Please book your place here:

Full joining instructions will be circulated to delegates prior to the event.

For academic enquiries please contact s.mcasey@tees.ac.uk.  For administration and conference enquiries please contact events@britsoc.org.uk.

See the event flyer for more information - NE MedSoc seminar May 16 - Final flyer

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