This workshop is designed to reflect on the past sociological and anthropological engagements with end of life care practice in order to enable future opportunities for making these kinds of contributions to understanding care practices and informing policy. Importantly, we want participants to consider how to make their contributions informed by social theory and methods more visible as well as informing social science theories and methods.
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2018 seems to be turning into a busy year for Dr Hannah R. Marston, Research Fellow in the Health & Wellbeing Priority Research Area (H&W PRA). Hannah has recently published Mobile e-Health with colleagues from Swansea University and the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada; and Hannah will be a keynote presenter at two conferences this year.
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