The seminar series provides a forum to present and discuss research work undertaken by Faculty academics and students. Seminars are open to anyone who has an interest in research in Health and Wellbeing.
Presentations are normally from 12-1pm. Further details of each seminar will be released nearer the time. You can see the topic for each seminar below or download the flyer to keep.
Contact FHWB.RKEassistant@canterbury.ac.uk for further details or to book your place.
Seminar Programme – Spring 2017
|Tuesday 10th January||Exploring attainment and progression of Black Ethnic Minority students – a literature review within UK experience Led by Edith Lewis|
|Thursday 19th January||Introduction to the CriSTAL tool to identify elderly at risk of death: development and validation progress to date
Led by Dr Magnolia Cardona-Morrell
|Tuesday 24th January||Queer Expressions: experiences of gay men discussing sexuality with healthcare practitioners
Led by John Gilmore
|Tuesday 7th February||Phenomenology: from philosophy to methodology
Led by Claire Thurgate
|Tuesday 28th February||Good and bad deaths in hospice settings: a multiple embedded case study Led by Steve O’Connor|
|Tuesday 14th March||Workforce research and evidence synthesis for supporting future Primary and Community Health Care
Led by Carrie Jackson
|Tuesday 28th March||Nursing as a moral profession – insights from nurses’ narratives of care and compassion and its utility to teaching empathy in health professional education.
Led by Siobhan Atherley