“Identifying and Overcoming Epistemic Injustice in Health and Social Care” is 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.
This launch event brings together prospective partners interested to contribute to the Programme’s objectives.
1) connect with practitioners interested to engage actively in identifying and overcoming epistemic injustice in tandem with vbp in health and/or social care
2) foster coproduction partnerships with vbp practitioners in health and/or social care
3) design, conduct and evaluate a pilot intervention aimed at identifying and overcoming specific instances of epistemic injustice in tandem with vbp
4) scope feasibility of co-producing practical aims, for example, 'How to identify epistemic injustice and ‘What to do about it’.
For further information, please contact the Programme’s Lead, Prof. Lubomira Radoilska at L.V.Radoilska@kent.ac.uk
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Core activities of the Centre are based around three inter-linked areas, Education, Regulation and Integration, together with crosscutting themes of Theory and Practice