Health Communication Research Centre 3rd Summer School
THIS EVENT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE
Analysing Communication in Public Health and Healthcare Settings
15 – 17 July 2008
Location: Cardiff University
This intensive course is specifically targeted at researchers and professionals within the broad healthcare field. The course will offer exposure to different analytical frameworks, covering micro and macro perspectives on both oral and written data, in a range of healthcare sites. Each day is divided into presentations from the course team followed by smaller group work involving a practical hands-on approach. There will be opportunities for participants to discuss their ongoing research (in the form of data sharing, poster presentations and consultations).
The course team will comprise of:
- Professor Michael Brannigan (The College of St Rose, Albany, New York, USA),
- Professor Srikant Sarangi (Cardiff University, UK), and
- Professor Peter Schulz (University of Lugano, Switzerland).
The 3rd Summer School coincides with The Cardiff Lecture `Why not tell the truth? Communicating uncertainty in health and medicine’, to be delivered by Professor Sir Kenneth Calman, Chancellor, University of Glasgow, at 7pm on 17 July 2008.
Rates and Booking
Full rates range from £175 per day to £400 for 3 days (see Registration form for concessions) which will include course materials, bibliography, lunch and refreshments, and Certificate of Attendance.
Early registration: Tuesday, 24 June 2008
There are a limited number of places available so please book early. The summer school will only run if the minimum number of places are filled.