Life in the aftermath of loss and conflict: Lessons from and for psychiatry

SSHM Dr Orkideh Behrouzan is presenting at the following “Colloquium on Healthcare Workand Organisation: Lessons from practice”. 

When: Wednesday 18th June 2014, 11am-5pm, followed by a drinks reception and informal discussion 
Where: Room K0.18, King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London
  
This colloquium draws together a range of speakers
 from King’s College, University of London, to explore the ways in which studies of professional and occupational practice can be used to inform training, policy and procedures in healthcare.
  
Presentations:
 
Dr Orkideh Behrouzan

Dr Orkideh Behrouzan

Dr Orkideh Behrouza, Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, KCL,  ‘Life in the aftermath of loss and conflict: Lessons from and for psychiatry

 
Ewan Ferlie, Department of Management, KCL, ‘Managed networks in health care – a nascent solution to wicked problems?
 
Ian Kessler, Department of Management, KCL, ‘Support Workers and the management of patient emotions’
 
Jill Maben, National Nursing Research Institute, KCL ‘Compassion and ideals: nurses experiences of care delivery’
 
Helena Webb,  Department of Management, KCL, ‘Using video to explore and support the practical work of the optometrist’
 
The event is free to attend. However spaces are limited to ensure opportunities for debate and discussion. So, it is essential to register in advance. To register click here.
 
Organised by Jon Hindmarsh, Ian Kessler and Alex Preda on behalf of the Sociology Research Cluster in the Department of Management, King’s College London. Funded by the Department of Management.
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