Please find below a list of our most recent posts – click to find out more.
Truth, Lies and Dementia – new report and follow up workshop
The Final Programme for the VBP Theory Group Network Advanced Studies Seminar On ‘Language and the First-Person Perspective in Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Advanced Seminar’
Meeting of the Theory Network on Wednesday, May 31st 2017
At: The Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice, St Catherine’s College University of Oxford, Manor Road OX 1 3UJ.
This one-day Advanced Seminar examines the theme of language and the first-person perspective from a number of disciplinary perspectives, with a particular focus upon the significance of these debates for people with people with mental health conditions.
Lubomira Radoilska and the Philosophy Department of the University of Kent working in partnership with the Collaborating Centre are delighted to announce a programme of research exploring the Norms of Belief and the Norms of Action and how they influence research and practice..
Conference Announcement. 19th INPP international conference – Madrid, 13th – 15th November 2017 – Psychiatry and Philosophy
NEW COURSE in VALUE-BASED HEALTHCARE – the Department for Continuing Education are delighted to announce their new course in Healthcare Value 19-23 June 2017
Advanced Studies Conference: Hospitality and Mental Health
Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna, and the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford
Friday May 19th and Saturday May 20th 2017
An interdisciplinary workshop in the Jacqueline Du Pre Music Building, St Hilda’s College, Oxford from 5 to 7 p.m on Thursday 4 May, 2017
We are holding an initial exploratory meeting in at St Catherine’s College Oxford on May 10th
Monday 8th May 2017 in St Catherine’s College, Oxford.
Can Biology Help Us Understand Psychopathology?
By Vitor Pordeus
March 3rd 2017, University of York
King’s College London’s Department of Philosophy is accepting applications to study for a new MA degree in Philosophy of Medicine & Psychiatry. This programme merges our former programmes in Philosophy of Medicine and Philosophy of Mental Disorder.
from 5 to 7.15 p.m on Thursday, 2 February, 2017
Wednesday 19th April 2017, 9:30am-4pm – St. Catherine’s College Oxford
Simon Clarke: Impact of Creative Writing on Mental Health
Request for Help and Ideas