Centre for Mental Health & Human Rights: 2019 Seminar Series

Tuesday 29th January

“A panel session on good practice when researching people with disabilities and people with mental health conditions”

This panel session will provide key tips and tricks on good practice when researching people with disabilities from researchers with first-hand experience. Hear about the speakers’ experiences and their key points of advice to enhance your own research, and come armed with questions for our question and answer segment!

Tuesday 19th February

“Addiction: Causes, Consequences, and Society’s Responses”

This seminar will consider the current crisis faced by society in combating addiction and caring for those who suffer from it. It shall use a ‘think piece’ video as a catalyst to promote discussion on issues such as social stigma, treatment, and criminalization. We welcome both academics and members of the public to provide their viewpoints.

All seminars are free and open to everyone - staff, students, junior researchers, service users and organisations, as well as those who want to feed their curiosity!

For more information please email either Danielle Watson (danielle.watson@nottingham.ac.uk) or Grace Carter (Grace.Carter@nottingham.ac.uk). Please also email in any special requirements we should to be aware of to make your visit the best it can be.

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From January 29, 2019 14:00 until February 19, 2019 15:00
Posted by Karen Sugars