CFP: Yorkshire Medical Sociology Discussion Group, ‘Healthy spaces: space, place and design for well-being’ (York)

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Healthy spaces: space, place and design for well-being

Keynote speaker: Lindsay Prior, Queen’s University Belfast

Date: 17th May 2017, 12-5pm

Location: Environment Building, ENV/005, University of York

Abstract deadline: 21st April 2017

The theme of the next Yorkshire Medical Sociology group is space, place and design in relation to health and well-being. This may include the built environment, landscapes, architectural design, and interiors.

We are inviting abstract proposals for 10-minute paper presentations. We welcome papers addressing issues including: experiences of health and well-being in relation to place; design for health and social care environments; ‘therapeutic’ landscapes; place and networks of care. Submissions from early career researchers are particularly welcome.

A limited number of travel bursaries will be available to early career researchers and postgraduate students. Please include a request for a travel bursary with your abstract. The request should be a few lines summarising: 1) Your current research and broader research interests 2) How attending the event would be useful for you in developing your research.

Abstract length: 150-200 words

To submit your abstract, please email:


To register, go to the BSA website here

BSA member/concessions – £15

BSA non-member/full fee – £20

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