“Gene talk”
in service users’ and family members’ accounts of the causes of schizophrenia
Felicity Callard, Senior Lecturer in Social Science for Medical Humanities
SPIRE (Support and Partnership for Ideas, Research and Empowerment) seminar
10 October 2013 from 12 noon till 2.00 pm with lunch provided
Wolfson Seminar Room F009, Queens Campus, Durham University, Stockton on Tees

Felicity Callard is a Senior Lecturer in Social Science for Medical Humanities (and is based in the Centre for Medical Humanities and Department of Geography). She has an interdisciplinary background in the social sciences and the history of psychiatry, and has a range of research interests in current and twentieth-century psychiatry (as well as in the related field of cognitive neuroscience). She has used mental health services for a number of years, and brings this perspective to her research. She is currently part of the Hearing the Voice project team at Durham University, which is an interdisciplinary research project on the phenomenon of voice-hearing (auditory hallucinations).

Please email Val Heard if you can attend to ensure that there is enough lunch for everyone.

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