2 Jan

An interesting meeting in July 2013 via @DeborahBowman call for papers

Centre for Medical Humanities Blog

Philosophy and Psychiatry: the Next Hundred Years
The St Catz Colloquium
Making Change Happen
St Catherine’s College, Oxford
July 25 and 26, 2013

As the third of three forward-looking symposia marking the centenary of Karl Jaspers’ General Psychopathology, the St Catz Colloquium is now open for expressions of interest and submission of abstracts.

The St Catz Colloquium will examine key aspects of how philosophy and psychiatry working together can make change happen. There will be four main sessions over two days

  • Making Change Happen in Philosophy
    The first session will explore how policy, research and practice in mental health, including first hand narrative reports of people who use services, can support research in philosophy
  •  Making Change Happen Nationally
    The second session will present the other side of the coin: it will explore through a series of case studies how philosophy can influence policy, research and practice in mental health

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