Forthcoming Advanced Studies Seminars and Meetings
This event will launch a collaborative impact programme which seeks to expand on the research findings of a 4-year project on Epistemic Injustice, Reasons and Agency (2018-2022) in order to help develop effective and sustainable strategies for identifying and overcoming epistemic injustice in tandem with values-based practice.
The event brings together prospective partners interested to contribute to the Programme’s objectives.
Past VBP Meetings and Advanced Studies Seminars
The past few years have seen profound challenges to the way of life established in the Western world since 1945.
The covid-19 pandemic has changed everything temporarily and seems likely to have lasting impacts on our everyday lives. Overwhelming evidence of accelerating climate change requires us to consider far-reaching changes to our economic structures and built environments. The internet now allows far greater individual connectivity than was previously possible, but this has brought with it widespread misinformation which threatens to undermine our political institutions.
The Centenary of Phenomenological Psychopathology will unite in celebration tradition and contemporaneity of Psychopathology for students, mental health professionals and philosophers.
Making shared decision making a reality seminar is being co-hosted by the Collaborating Centre for Values Based Practice and General Osteopathic Council. The seminar is part of a wider joint project that explored how regulators, working with patients and practitioners, could contribute to supporting person-centred care and processes of shared decision making in implementing professional standards and reducing harms. The seminar will explore the benefits and importance of shared decision making to both practitioners and patients as well as the challenges in making shared decision making a reality in appointments.
In public mental heath there are things we value, things we can measure and things we can count. Unfortunately, these often do not align and nor do they always influence how we allocate resources. This seminar will explore what we do now and how we could do better.
The WREN conference looks at patterns of funding to academic institutions, race breakdown of publishers, and reviewers, and the need for race equality standards to ensure peer review addresses equality in representation in, policy, legislative and practice outcomes.
he relationship between body image and mental health is an important and complicated one. Social media and reality television have compounded the unequal impact across society. This seminar will explore how body image can affect different communities and what can be done to affect positive change