As part of the SDHI seminar series, Professor Susanne Bruyère of the prestigious Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) presented on ‘Employer practices in the retention, advancement and inclusion of people with disabilities’. If you missed the presentation you can view it here.
As part of the Economic and Social Research Council Festival of Social Science and Dundee Science Festival, SDHI are once again hosting a day of public engagement ‘Taking control of wellbeing and social participation’ on Saturday the 3rd of November from 10am to 3pm in Dundee Central Library, Wellgate Shopping Centre.
This event will showcase locally based research which aims to improve the social wellbeing and participation of people within the local communities. The Social Dimensions of Health Institute and some affiliated research groups will invite shoppers and library patrons to take part in games and puzzles which will help illustrate our research and research outcomes.
For further information please see flyer Public Engagement 031112 or contact Dr Fred Comerford (fac1 @st-andrews.ac.uk)
SDHI are delighted to announce our forthcoming seminar ‘Employer practices in retention, advancement, and inclusion of people with disabilities’ which will be led by Susanne Bruyère, Professor of Disability Studies, Director of Employment & Disability Institute, ILR School, Cornell University. This seminar will be held in Room 2S17, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee at 11am on Monday 17th September For further information please see flyer Susanne Bruyere seminar 17 September 2012
The Centre for Medical Education are hosting a seminar presented by Professor Huw Davies (University of St Andrews and Co-Director of SDHI) on Wednesday 26th September at 1pm in Tay Park House, 484 Perth Road Dundee.
This seminar is aimed at helping us better understand the relationships between knowledge created from – or informed by – research, and its subsequent use, influence and impact. How to maximise knowledge ‘translation’ from research.
For further information please see flyer CMDN Seminar Huw Davies 26 Sept 2012
Ruth Dryden, Social Dimensions of Health Institute/School of Medicine will be presenting her pre-viva PhD seminar entitled “A realistic evaluation approach to understanding the uptake of cardiovascular health checks” on Tuesday the 18th of September at 11.30am in Esk/Bruar, The Mackenzie Building, Kirsty Semple Way, Dundee
Ruth Dryden viva seminar