Wednesday, 25 July, 2018
Stanton Fuller Lecture Theatre, Tithebarn Building, Liverpool John Moores University
1.00pm - 4.00pm

This is a Liverpool John Moores University, Public Health Institute event

Presenters:

  • Dr Sara Rozi, The University of Liverpool- ‘Using photovoice methods to explore older people's perceptions of respect and social inclusion in Liverpool City: opportunities and challenges’
  • Dr Lisa Scholan The University of Edinburgh- ‘Exploring recovery from addiction through Photovoice – experiences from Scotland”
  • Annie MacLean and Claire Yates, Crisis SkyLight Liverpool,- ‘The art of ending homelessness’
  • Bista Sapana, Public Health Institute, LJMU-  ‘Using Photovoice with people with disabilities in post-earthquake Nepal’
  • Elaine McNeill, School or Art and Design, LJMU- ‘Drama in public health: Collaborating with professional theatre practitioners to investigate, reflect and provoke a dialogue about living with dementia’

To register for the event please follow the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/public-health-in-focus-seminar-creative-research-methods-tickets-47773652280

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