May 23, 2018, by Zoë Goodwin

Interprofessional Masterclass: Social Justice and Health (all welcome!)

The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences would like to invite you to their Interprofessional Masterclass focusing on Social Justice and Health. Join them for a thought-provoking evening which will explore the intersections of social justice and health, inequality, and identity.

All are welcome at this free event, please register online in advance: Register and see more details here.

Speakers include:

“Identity and Belonging within Forensic Psychiatry”, Assistant Professor Ada Hui, Health Sciences

“Modern Slavery and Mental Health”, Assistant Professor Nicola Wright, Health Sciences

“Modern Slavery – Survivor Perspectives” Minh Dang, PhD Student, Politics

“Inequality, privilege and the importance of qualitative research”, Dr. Ed Wright, Postdoctoral researcher, Social Sciences

“Pollution and Inequality in Nottingham” Dr. Amanda Winter, Leverhulme Research Fellow in Sustainability Policy and Governance, Social Sciences



13th June 2018


Light refreshments provided.

If you can’t make it on the day, you can watch the Live Stream here. Make sure you join in on the discussion online by using the hashtag #SocialJusticeHealthIPM

The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to working in partnership with students to offer “an outstanding broad-based international education to talented students” (Global Strategy 2020). This is exemplified by the initiative to develop a series of evening workshop masterclasses that unite UG and PG across all programmes to explore common themes of health and well-being. See more upcoming events for 2018 here including the Dementia Masterclass on 16 May.

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