Events

徳赢电子竞技Medical Humanities Event: Chaplaincy Workshop (5 September)

徳赢电子竞技Medical Humanities Event: Chaplaincy Workshop On "meaning","value",and training in the context of illness and caring for those who are ill.A knowledge exchange event funded by Wellcome designed to promote dialogue between multi-faith chaplains working at Oxford University Hospitals and academics interested in religious themes within 徳赢电子竞技medical humanities.Read more…

Call for Reviews

Call for Review: ‘An Ethnographic Account of Reiki Practice in Britain' by Dori-Michelle Beeler.

The Centre for 徳赢电子竞技Medical Humanities is delighted to offer An Ethnographic Account of Reiki Practice in Britain (Beeler,2016) for review, which explores constructions of well-being among Reiki practitioners in the UK.Further information vwin刀塔about the themes under study can be found at Cambridge Scholars Press. Expressions of interest are welcome from across the 徳赢电子竞技medical humanities.AnRead more…

Announcements

Palgrave Communications – special issue launch: ‘On balance: lifestyle,mental health and wellbeing'

Palgrave Communications,the multi-disciplinary open access journal published by Palgrave Macmillan,is excited to announce the launch of a special issue,‘On balance: lifestyle,mental health and wellbeing'.This issue is edited by Dr Ali Haggett (Centre for Medical History,University of Exeter,UK).During the twentieth and early twenty-firstRead more…

Call for Papers

Emerging and New Researchers in the Geographies of Health and Impairment (ENRGHI) (CfP,University of Glasgow,16th-17th June 2016)

Papers are invited for the 18th ENRGHI Conference,a two-day event organised by and for post-graduates and early career researchers,with generous support from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Geography of Health and Wellbeing Research Group (GHWRG).This longstanding conference offers a supportive environment to showcase research;providing valuableRead more…

Arts in Health

ADUK National Seminar 2015: Arts,Health & Wellbeing (Seminar,St David's Hall,The Hayes,Cardiff,1st December 2015)

This next national seminar in our professional development programme is aimed at officers involved in both policy and practice related to arts,health and wellbeing commissioning and service provision.Our training needs survey and previous seminar feedback indicated that arts officers across England and Wales are keen to learn moreRead more…

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