- CFP: Discourses and Lived Meanings of Parenting: Exploring Gender and Diversity in Social Expectations on Parenthood
- Department Seminar – From Global Health to Planetary Health: What Future Governance for Health of People and Planet?
- MEMORY / HABIT / ADDICTION – a workshop organized by the Neuroscience and Society Network
Author Archives: Global Health & Social Medicine
Congratulations to Dr Rose Mortimer, Bioethics & Society alumna, now a doctor in philosophy and a published author!
Congratulations to Rose Mortimer Bioethics & Society alumna (class of 2016) for getting herself a PhD from Oxford, and for publishing a paper in the latest issue of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry discussing the findings of her Master’s dissertation! … Continue reading
Congratulations to Andrew Barnhart for his appointment as a Marie Curie Research Associate and PhD candidate in Biomedical Ethics and Law at KU Leuven!
Many congratulations to Andrew Barnhart (Bioethics & Society, class of 2016), who recently obtained a position as a Marie Curie Research Associate at the Interfaculty Center of Biomedical Ethics and Law at KU Leuven in Belgium! Andrew will soon begin … Continue reading
Don’t miss this talk on Wednesday! Visiting Professor John Harris will give a very timely paper given the rough geopolitical times we are living in: “Xenia: Refugees, Displaced Persons and Reciprocity” When: Wednesday 5 June 2019, 12:00 to … Continue reading
Who said what at May 22nd KCL Workshop: The Ethics and Practice of Disinvestment: On Knowing What Not to Do in Health and Social Care
This blogpost was written by Dr Gry Wester and Catherine Max. Our workshop “The Ethics and Practice of Disinvestment: On Knowing What Not to Do in Health and Social Care” took place on the 22nd of May in the Anatomy … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce the recipient of the 2019/20 Global Health & Social Medicine Postgraduate Scholarship. Llona graduated from Barry University, Miami, FL, at a Stamps Scholar with a double major in Biology and Philosophy. While an undergraduate, she … Continue reading