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Dr Rodolfo Maggio will attend a workshop on ‘Critical Medical Anthropology Workshop’, Oaxaca, Mexico, 16-20 January 2017

The workshop is jointly coordinated by University College London and Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social. It will convene scholars from UK and Mexico to work on the following themes: 1. Chronic illnesses, 2. Critical engagement with science 3. Maternal and reproductive health 4. Social determinants of health 5. Mental health, ageing… Read more »

Postdoctoral researcher Gabriela Pavarini and DPhil student Arianna Manzini commence work on the Citizens: EIE project

This autumn, two new BeGOOD team members joined the Citizens: EIE project. Citizens: EIE aims to investigate young people’s moral attitudes to, and judgements about a range of early intervention strategies to manage moral and behavioural development. Working with young people, the project will progress through several phases: scoping and defining questions; methods development and… Read more »

Rose Mortimer will Give Guest Lecture at King’s College London

We are delighted to announce that Rose Mortimer, DPhil student within the BeGOOD Team, will give a guest lecture at King’s College London on the 31st January. Rose will lecture for the Bioethics and Society Masters Programme, focussing on her previous research which examined the interaction of identity, diagnostic labels and recovery in eating disorders.… Read more »

Rose Mortimer and Arianna Manzini will attend the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference, University of Bristol, 31st August – 1st September 2016

We are delighted to announce that Rose Mortimer, DPhil student within the BeGOOD Team, and Arianna Manzini, future DPhil student within the BeGOOD team will present their work in the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference 2016: Bioethics in Theory: Bioethics in Practice University of Bristol, 31st August – 1st September 2016 “The Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (PGBC) is… Read more »

Ilina Singh hosts ethics discussions with young students at John Mason School, Abingdon, for the Oxfordshire Science Festival

On June 27 as part of the Oxfordshire Science Festival, Professor Ilina Singh hosted a discussion event for students of the John Mason School (Key stages 3 & 4) exploring the ethics of involving children in medical research. Prof. Ilina Singh with the students at John Mason School, Abingdon A panel including Prof Ilina Singh… Read more »

Summer interns commence work on the development of a Young People’s Involvement and Engagement group

The main project on which the students will be working during their time with BeGOOD is background research into the development of a Young People’s Involvement and Engagement group in the Department of Psychiatry. They will be carrying out online searches for current programs/groups that engage young people in Mental Health and identifying innovative and… Read more »