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Faculty of Health & Social Sciences Research Seminars 2010- 2011 Wednesday 10 th November 2010: Gianfranco Giuntoli -1:00-2:00pm in QSH 107 - The impact of economic recessions on health. A national and international look at how macroeconomic changes can affect the population’s health.

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  • Faculty of Health & Social Sciences

  • Research Seminars

  • 2010- 2011

  • Wednesday 10th November 2010:

  • Gianfranco Giuntoli -1:00-2:00pm in QSH 107 -The impact of economic recessions on health. A national and international look at how macroeconomic changes can affect the population’s health.

  • Explaining the report on the findings and the conclusions drawn from a research project on the impact of the economic recession on mental health and well-being in Bradford. These will be discussed in the wider context of the empirical findings and policy discussions of previous research on the relation between health, physical and mental, and macroeconomic changes

  • Fraser Brown- 3pm in Broadcasting Place A102 - Play deprivation and the Roma Children of Transylvania

  • 17th November - 1-2pm – QSH 107 -Ruth Cross - ‘You know the risk of things but you still do them, don’t you?’: Exploring young women’s accounts of health and risk – implications for policy and practice

  • 24th November – 3PM- Broadcasting Place A102- Karl Spracklen - Playing with Madness in the Forest of Shadows: Dissonance, deviance and non-comformity in the black metal scene

  • 8th December – 3pm- Broadcasting Place A102- Paul Wetherly- Disability & Social Justice: Rethinking the ‘Social Model’

  • Rescheduled date TBC- Lakshman Dissanayake - Reproductive Health Issues among the Estate Women in Sri Lanka

  • Rescheduled date TBC- Peter Branney & Karl Witty- Getting funding to research a rare cancer using an untested methodology

  • To reserve a place please email [email protected] ext 21923


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