Our seminar series comprises an annual programme of regular presentations across a diverse range of subjects, given by academics from different disciplinary backgrounds. Seminars are attended by academics, students, practitioners and members of the public. Anyone with an interest in the subject matter is welcome to attend these events.
The current seminar programme is listed below all we ask is for people to book on this events using Eventbrite so we can arrange refreshments appropriately.
|Seminar title||Research group||Speakers||Date||Time||Location||Booking|
|'Rethinking Heroin in "Austerity Britain".'||CLDR|
Dr Steve Wakeman (Liverpool John Moores University)
|24th Jan 2018||1pm-2:30pm||Allerton L525|
|The role of health care professional and social support systems as determinants of self-care among adults diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia||KHP|
Sabah Alsomali (University of Salford)
|7th Feb 2018||1pm-2pm||Mary Seacole MS1.36|
|Being an IPA researcher: Reflecting on ways to engage interpretatively and phenomenologically with our participants lived experiences.||CARe|
Dr Virginia Eatough (Birkbeck University of London)
|21st Feb 2018||2pm-4pm||Allerton L217|
|Co-research with older people: an em-power-ing engagement?||SHUSU|
Dr Tine Buffel
|5th Mar 2018||1pm-2pm||Mary Seacole MS3.02|
|Family work cannot compensate for society||CLDR|
Dr Stephen Crossley (Northumbria University)
|15th Mar 2018||12pm-2pm||Allerton L207|
|The Misuse of “Corporate Vehicles” in the Organisation of Serious Crimes for Gain: Concealing, Converting and Controlling Illicit Finances||CLDR|
Dr Nicholas Lord (University of Manchester)
|11th Apr 2018||1pm-2:30pm||Allerton L219|
|The War against the Homeless and the Poor: The Racial Cleansing of LA’s Skid Row||SHUSU|
Dr Andrea Gibbons
|14th May 2018||1pm-3pm||Mary Seacole MS3.02|
|Energy (in) efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private renting||SHUSU|
Dr Aimee Ambrose
|7th Jun 2018||2pm-3:30pm||Mary Seacole MS3.02|
Making Research Count (MRC) is a national initiative and unique collaboration, bringing together academics, practitioners and users to facilitate the dissemination of research and theory within a social care context. Making Research Count at the University of Salford brings together the best of practitioner expertise, research knowledge and service user experience to promote knowledge sharing through an ongoing programme of conferences, seminars and workshops. The University of Salford is the regional hub for Making Research Count in Greater Manchester and aims to use research to integrate services and practice across the city-region. Making Research Count currently operates in ten universities across England.
CARe also organises a number of special events throughout the year. Where these are arranged they will feature here.