Symposia and workshops

The Foundation’s symposium and workshop awards provide support for one-to-two-day meetings that consider and prompt discussion about important issues across the breadth of areas covered by sociology of health and illness. Up to £3000 is available for each award, and the Foundation funds up to eight awards each year.

Recent and forthcoming symposia and workshops funded by the Foundation include:

Stigma, health and inequality

11-12 January 2018, Cardiff
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Organised by Gareth Thomas (Cardiff University)

Researching end of life care from a social science perspective

29-30 November 2017, Milton Keynes
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Organised by Erica Borgstrom (Open University)

Reconfiguring care infrastructures: austerity and innovation in European welfare services

15-16 November 2017, Brighton
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Organised by Catherine Will (University of Sussex)

Embodying the gender regime: health, illness and disease across the life course

22 September 2017, Liverpool
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Organised by Susan Pickard (University of Liverpool)

Digital healthcare symposium

20-21 June 2017, Nottingham
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Organised by Paraskevas Vezyridis (University of Nottingham)

The sociology of mitochondrial disorders and novel reproductive technologies

5 May 2017, London
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Organised by Cathy Herbrand (De Montfort University) and Rebecca Dimond (Cardiff University)

Twenty years on from Vancouver: social science research conducted during the ‘HIV treatment era’ in the UK

6 October 2016, London
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Organised by Dr Peter Keogh (Open University)

Meanings of recovery

11-12 July 2016, Guildford
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Organised by Dr Rob Meadows (University of Surrey)

Mental health and reflexivity

7 June 2016, Edinburgh
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Organised by Dr Tineke Broer (University of Edinburgh)

Methodological and ethical considerations of social science research in prison settings

18-19 May 2016, Glasgow
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Organised by Dr Matthew Maycock (University of Glasgow)

Masculinities, roles and transitions

10 May 2016, Leeds
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Organised by Dr Anna Tarrant (University of Leeds) and Dr Sal Brown (Edinburgh Napier University)