Conferences & other

Exhibiting Pain: Viewing creative works of life with long-term physical pain

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Presentations:

Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies Student Conference, The Open University, 5 June 2017

‘It’s all good data’ – untangling the experience of web-based fieldwork

British Sociological Association Annual Conference, 4-6 April 2017

‘Do you see what I feel?’ Exhibiting creative works of persistent pain

PG Medical Humanities Conference 2016 (University of Exeter, 28-29 July 2016)

Exhibiting Pain: Interpretations of creative representations of persistent physical pain

Encountering Pain: hearing, speaking, seeing (UCL, 1-2 July 2016)

Exhibiting Pain: The role of online exhibitions in sharing creative representations of persistent physical pain

The Open University, Faculty of Health & Social Care Research Student Conference (9 May 2016)

Exhibiting Pain: The role of online exhibitions in sharing creative representations of persistent physical pain

New Zealand Pain Society ASM: Surfing the Pain Wave (April 2016)

Exhibiting pain: creatively surfing the pain wave

The Open University Health & Social Care Associate Lecturer Regional staff development day (Invited speaker, June 2015)

Picturing Pain – using creativity to represent long-term pain

 

Poster presentations (please click on black poster title for image):

Medical Sociology Annual Conference (7-9 Sept. 2016)

Exhibiting Pain: Using creativity to communicate persistent physical pain

Encountering Pain: hearing, speaking, seeing (UCL, 1-2 July 2016)

Exhibiting Pain: The role of online exhibitions in sharing creative representations of persistent physical pain

Materialities of care: encountering health and illness through objects, artefacts, and architecture (Sept. 2015, University of York)

Picturing Pain: Interpreting creative representations of persistent physical pain