Research Seminars, Workshops and Initiatives
Internal and Public Research Seminar Series
The Department plays host to an Internal and Public Research Seminar Series. They provide a regular focus for staff and students in the department to come together with others from the wider research community for lively discussion and debate.
Our Internal Research Seminar Series is open to all staff and students within King's College London, whilst our Public Seminar Series is open to all.
Culture, Medicine & Power (CMP) conversations
The Culture, Medicine and Power research group is organising a series of meetings with scholars to discuss current research. CMP Conversation meetings are open to all staff and students of the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine. Members from the wider research community are welcome to participate. Draft papers will be circulated beforehand. For more information, please contact Dr Carlo Caduff.
GHSM Research Initiatives
The department runs different Research Initiatives aimed at discussing and presenting a number of subjects that constitute topical issues in the domain of social sciences
Groups convene around a different and interdisciplinary interests. Reading groups are open to all. Data and IT in Health and Medicine Reading Group (DITinH&Me)
Citizen Participation in Science and Medicine network (CPSM)
The CPSM network, founded in 2014, brings together junior and senior academics from various disciplines and Departments across King’s with an interest in the ways in which non-professional experts understand, and participate in science and medicine
GHSM Work in Progress Seminars
The Work in Progress seminars (previously known as the Roundtable discussions) is a meeting where members of the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine discuss drafts of their work-in-progress. Participation is by invitation only. For more information, please contact Silvia Camporesi.
Grant Writing Academy (GWA)
The GWA supports SSHM members in the development of grant proposals at the mid to late stage of the process. The Academy builds upon the support provided in Research Groups, which take primary responsibility for support at the earlier stages of proposal development. More information.
London Bioethics Colloquium
The London bioethics colloquium aims to facilitate high-level discussion among bioethicists working across London. See here for more information or contact Dr Annette Rid or Dr James Wilson.
For current events and seminars information, please also see our blog.