International Society of Critical Health Psychology (CFP, Conference, Bradford, 22-24 July 2013)

Call for Submissions – 2013 Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology The 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology (ISCHP) will be held at the University of Bradford in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, 22nd-24th July 2013. This conference is being organised by a consortium comprising the universities of Bradford, Read the full article…

Feeling at Home

Christina Ingram writes from Fremantle: Looking back on week three  – and once again it has had a different feel to it. Definitely starting to feel more at home and apart of the team here at Dadaa. Having said that we have spent a lot of time out of the office this week.  Tuesday 30th Read the full article…

Settling in. . .

Christina Ingram writes from Fremantle: Week Two – Settling In This week we discussed with David and Chris our program. Talking through what enjoyed and we didn’t where we felt we were gaining valuable experience and where we felt we weren’t. This was a great opportunity to change and adapt our initial schedule. During our Read the full article…

A Dictionary of Feelings

James Allott’s latest post from Fremantle: While looking through my journal for blog content, I realised I’d written a lot about how I’ve felt throughout the exchange thus far. It’s good for both my professional and personal development. I then began to think about the Year 6 Self-Portrait Project back at Chickenley . The first Read the full article…

The Latest from Fremantle

James Allott, writing from Fremantle: And so the third week of our exchange begins. Each week has felt quite unique- with each week our experience becomes richer as we delve deeper into the arts and health work here at Dadaa . The first week we spent here, between bouts of jet lag and consulting a Read the full article…

UK Artists posting from Western Australia

James Allott and Christina Ingram are the UK-based artists currently on placement in Western Australia. Here is their first post: Saturday 13th October We’ve arrived!! After our 19 hour flight we have made it to Australia with no problems. As we were landing the pilot mentioned over the tannoy that the weather wasn’t very nice Read the full article…

A Whirlwind Fortnight!

Well it has been a lovely two-and-a-half weeks in cloudy England! I am the Australian artist, Renae Coles, that has bent sent over to West Yorkshire for the professional development of a lifetime! I have so much to say that I’m not sure where to start. Maybe some dot-point highlights and then some reflective thoughts… Read the full article…

Charlotte Schaer 1946-2012

It is with great sadness that we report that our South African friend and colleague, Charlotte Schaer, passed away on Monday, May 14th. Charlotte founded and ran CDP (Curriculum Development Project – Arts and Culture Education and Training) in Bertrams, Johannesburg, providing training in childhood development, women at risk empowerment projects, counsellor training programmes, arts Read the full article…

Reading to Live Well (Conference, British Library, London, 17 May 2012)

Reading to Live Well British Library, London 17th May 9am – 5pm Reading really does make you feel better, particularly when it’s shared. Exploring this topic is The Reader Organisation’s Reading to Live Well Conference, at the British Library (Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB) on Thursday 17th May 2012, 9am – 5pm. The conference features Read the full article…

CMH Researchers Shine at the School of Medicine and Health Postgraduate Research Day

On Wednesday 21st March the School of Medicine and Health held its annual Postgraduate Research Conference. As well as being a celebration of the achievements of postgraduate students, the event was also a strong reminder of the heterogeneity of topics studied and of methods used by research teams within the School. It was fabulous to Read the full article…