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About jamesrupertfletcher

PhD candidate at the Institute of Gerontology, King's College London. Interested in dementia, health & social care and social theory. @JamesRuFletcher

Health & Society’ podcast series – launch is November 8th with Nigel Warburton

When: 6pm Tuesday November 8th Where: Pyramid Room (K4U.04, King’s Building, Strand Campus) Register: You are invited to the launch of “Health & Society”, a new podcast series featuring early career researchers in the Department of Global Health & Social … Continue reading

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Work in Progress – “Communication Pathologies in Do-Not-Resuscitate Discussions at the End of Life: The Unintended Consequences of an Ideology of Patient Choice”

When: 3:30pm Tuesday the 12th of July Where: Room 3.1.1, East Wing King’s Building, Strand Campus In the next session of the Work in Progress (WiPs) seminar series Elizabeth (Liz) Dzeng, MD, PhD, MPH ( will present her paper: “Communication Pathologies in … Continue reading

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CORRECTION – Work in Progress to be held 28th June

Abin Thomas will present ‘Bioavailability, Observations and Lessons: An Analysis of the Village Survey in Kerala’ at a Work in Progress seminar on the: 28th of June at 3:45 pm in Room 3.1.1 Abstract: Kerala, a southern Indian state, is known for … Continue reading

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Work in Progress Seminars – June

In June we will have two Work in Progress seminar series: 20th of June at 4 pm in Room 3.1.1 Laura Schnieder (our visiting doctoral student) ‘Towards an integrative approach to “the” experimental subject’ Abstract: Experimental subjects in clinical pharmaceutical … Continue reading

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Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey

The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) is run in partnership between the university and the Higher Education Academy. The survey is additional to those that you might complete in your department, and will provide valuable information at a university level on … Continue reading

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