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Godin, P.; Davies, J. (2010)
Publisher: Quay Books
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: RC

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mesheuropmc: humanities, education
This book chapter is the latest of several outputs from a Department of Health funded project (£43,000) begun in 2006. At this year’s prestigious annual BSA conference (April 2011), we (Godin & Davies) will present ‘An exercise in emancipatory research’ in a symposium of mental health research. We have been invited to present our work from this project at the BSA London Medical Sociology Group. In May 2011 we will present ‘Developing a cultural understanding of inpatient risk management’. In December 2010 we presented the study at a seminar in Huddersfield University by invitation from the professor of health care risk management.

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