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BU Humanisation Conference 21st June 2016
Venue: Room EB708, Executive Business Centre, 89 Holdenhurst Road, BH8 8EB
Please find the Programme for the Humanisation conference on the 21st June 2016 attached.
Please feel free to pass the information on to others internal and external to the university (academic and practice) who you feel may be interested
The conference is being run at no cost and so you need to make your own arrangements for lunch. Let Dr. Caroline Ellis-Hill ( email@example.com ) know by the 15th June if you wish to attend .
If you only want to attend for part of the day, please state which part of the day you’d like to attend.
|10.00||Dr Caroline Ellis-Hill||Welcome|
|10.10||Anne Quinney||Humanisation of the BU Generic Student Assessment Criteria.|
|10.30||Dr Sean Beer||Perceptions of the authenticity of food: a study of residents in Dorset (UK)|
|10.50||Prof Ann Hemingway||Innovative routes to Wellbeing: Equine Assisted interventions|
|11.30||Jane Fry||Sharing human concerns: utilising an embodied interpretative approach to convey findings from a descriptive phenomenological study|
|11.50||Dr Carole Pound||Humanising care: translating theory into practice in stroke care|
|12.10||Rutherford and Dr. Emer Forde||The Rutherford Introspective Photography: Promoting self-reflection and wellbeing of GP trainees through photography.|
|12.30||Free time Please see information about local venues for lunch|
|2.00||Dr Vanessa Heaslip||How phenomenology enables insight into the Human lives of Gypsy Roma Travellers’|
|2.20||Mevalyn Cross||Experiencing the Humanisation Framework together|
|2.40||Dr Jan Mosja||Chaplaincy at the bedside. Learning from Buddhist chaplains and their contributions to the humanisation of health care.|
|3.00||Sally Lee||Humanising and the Care Act well-being principle|
|3.20||Dr Mary Grant and Dr Catherine Lamont Robinson||HeART of Stroke: feasibility study of an Art & Health intervention following a stroke|
|3.40||Thanks, Tea and Close|
The Centre for Qualitative Research (CQR), a long-standing resource for research practice and postgraduate learning at BU, has recently undergone a ‘refit’ of its web pages. Content from the old site has been moved over to the new platform for Bournemouth University groups and centres. The new format now makes it possible to link with work taking place in other Schools and research sites. In addition, Impact, Public Engagement and Postgraduate Research links feature on every page.
CQR is held in high esteem globally for its innovative work and commitment to qualitative research. The refreshed web pages provide an international ‘shop window’ for CQR, School of Health & Social Care and BU more generally in regards to cutting-edge qualitative work. CQR has always engaged across Schools at BU and welcomes new opportunities for collaborate efforts.
The new CQR pages include information, resources and links organised around the following areas of research:
- Humanising Health and Social Care
- Novel and Innovative Research Methodologies
- Performative Social Science
In addition, areas such as Biographic Narrative Interpretive Research, Cut-up Technique and Appreciative Inquiry are covered. A new page outlining the ‘Gay and Pleasant Land? Project and Rufus Stone’ has been added. The recently organised, cross-Schools ARTS in RESEARCH (AiR) collaboration is also featured.
The new web pages include new information and resources, links to further information and even videos for viewing pleasure! Last but not least, a photo has been added as a ‘Featured Image’ highlighting the essence of each page.