Previous events in the School of Health and Social Science from 2020

This November we’re running a selection of live information sessions for the Postgraduate Virtual Open Days. You can meet our Programme Directors, ask questions and find out more about what our masters and PhD programmes involve.

International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research (ICCHNR) is hosting a free inaugural Lisbeth Hockey memorial lecture delivered by Professor Dame Anne Marie Rafferty.

Join the virtual debate in November hosted by the Journal of Research in Nursing, in partnership with the Foundation of Nursing Studies.

Join us for the launch of this report on Tuesday 10th November.

Find out how to get involved

The University's Postgraduate Online Learning Open Days take place on 6 and 7 May 2020.

These meetings take place on the last Monday of the month at 11 am -1 pm. We operate as an informal group and each take turns to coordinate the focus/content of a meeting.

A Let’s Gather community wellbeing event with Canine Concern Scotland Trust exclusively for students and staff within the School of Health in Social Science. 

Come and update your career related skills.

Let's Gather are brining back coffee and cake drop-in sessions for 2020 but this time Social Bite is providing the goods.

These sessions are organised by SCPHRP and are open to students and staff across the School. They will focus is on learning and supporting each other in regards to research methods.

The Children, adolescents & animals research (caar) group are hosting another series of reflective workshops in 2020 focussing on child and animal relationships and animal cruelty.

Save the date!

Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances, this event will no longer take place on 30 January.

Putting Deleuzian Philosophy into Practice.

with Katey Warran, PhD Researcher and AHRC Creative Economies Studentship; Laura Wright, PhD Social Policy; Nikki Kane, PhD History of Art.

Poverty and community responses with guest speaker Andrew Whittet.

Let's beat the January blues and get dancing at our 2020 Ceilidh!

You're invited to celebrate CCRI's second birthday with us!