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Sunday, March 01, 2015

Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference 2015 Call for Papers

Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 September 2015
University of York

We look forward to welcoming you to our 47th Annual Conference

We welcome abstract submissions for oral presentations, poster presentations and symposia / special events structured around the streams listed below. Following positive feedback, Pecha Kucha will be making a return to MedSoc in 2015. We also hope to trial new formats for oral papers so that more people have the opportunity to share their work with the medical sociology community. Whilst we particularly encourage papers reporting research findings, we also welcome abstracts related to sociological theory, social policy, ‘works in progress’ or even just new and exciting ideas!

Citizenship and Health
Mental Health
Complementary and Alternative Medicines
Critical Public Health
Embodiment and Emotion
Patient – professional interaction
Politics of Health
Experiences of Health and Illness
Health Policy
Screening and Diagnosis
Health Care Organisations
STS and Medicine
Health Service Delivery
Teaching Medical Sociology
Lifecourse – reproductive health; chronic conditions; ageing; death and dying

The abstract submission deadline is Friday 24 April 2015

Please submit at: http://www.britsoc.co.uk/events/medsoc-annual-conference/submissions.aspx

Abstracts received after this date will not be considered.

For further details please visit: >http://www.britsoc.co.uk/medical-sociology.aspx

Enquiries to: events at britsoc.org.uk

Dr Sasha Scambler
Senior Lecturer in Sociology
Unit of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Division of Population and Patient Health
King's College London Dental Institute
Floor 18, Tower Wing,
Guys Hospital,
London SE1 9RW
+44 (0) 207 848 5145
sasha.scambler at kcl.ac.uk

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