25 Years of Public Health Criticism
Tuesday, 8th September 2015
10.00-16:00
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Rose Room, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT

 

This symposium will address the nature of contemporary critiques in public health, and their relationship to power, by examining critique in historical perspective. Celebrating the contributions of 25 years of the journal Critical Public Health, and of its predecessor, Radical Community Medicine, we will consider the nature of critique, past and present, and debate the role of contemporary critical voices in public health and public health research.

 

Presentations by key speakers will help structure the debates for the day. Speakers include: Richard Wilkinson, Catherine Will, Carrie Friese, Alex Scott-Samual, Simon Cohen, Robin Bunton, Judith Green, Kirsten Bell.

 

Everyone is welcome to attend. So please join us for what should be a very interesting day. To register for the event please visit the web site. Contact: Sara Cooper & Robin Bunton


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