at 11:15 AM,
Location: Academicum, Medicinaregatan 3 - Birgit Thilander
Event type: Guest lecture
11.15-12: Sandwiches served outside the venue. 12-13: Seminar. NB. This seminar is in English, and is followed by a workshop on the same subject for which there is a separate registration.
Lecturer: Professor Britten: Within PenCLAHRC she has particular responsibilities for patient and public involvement, person-centred care, and the internal evaluation. Her work has contributed to the growing acceptance of qualitative research within medicine, and she has helped develop the method of meta-ethnography for the synthesis of qualitative research. She has published over 100 articles in peer reviewed journals as well as three books and numerous other publications. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Kath Maguire: After caring for a child with life limiting conditions, Kath Maguire returned to education as an adult and went on to work on community empowerment and learning in the voluntary sector. She became a lay member of National Institute for Health Research funding panels and joined the PenCLAHRC Public Involvement Group. Through this involvement she recently completed a PhD research project entitled Public and Patient Involvement in Theory and in Practice.