Research and Information Seminars
Lunchtime research seminars are held in the school each semester. These usually take the form of a presentation of on going research in the school or wider research community.
Seminar Programme Spring 2011
The seminars are designed to let you hear about relevant work taking place within the University and further afield. Seminars are open to all staff and postgraduate students.
This semester you can hear about a wide variety of topics, including:
- Making Ethnography Real
- Mental Health & Welfare Regimes in Europe
- Developing the agenda of Adult Protection in Scottish Government
- Disability in patients with chronic pain.
Also, following the success of the 'Research SHORTS' seminar at the end of last semester, all staff and postgraduate students in the in the Faculty are invited to come along, for the last session in the programme, and present a very brief account of their work (i.e. research, practice or teaching) in the form of a short press release (max 100 words, one PowerPoint Slide) and to participate in a brief question and answer session. 3 minute slots will be allocated to each presenter, with timings strictly adhered to!
The 'Research SHORTS' event will take place on Wednesday 8th June (1-2 p.m. room H609). Nearer the time, colleagues will be invited to send me a copy of their press releases (in advance of the seminar) and on the day itself a 'prize draw' will determine who gets to present.
The seminars will run from February to June and will take place on specified Wednesdays between 1.05-1.50 p.m in room H609, Faculty of Health & Social Care Building.
Dr John G Love
Tel - 263228, E-mail email@example.com