Month: January 2010

CFS: Mixed methods in Psychology and Law and in Criminological Research

Mixed methods in Psychology and Law and in Criminological Research (A special issue of the International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, Editor: Eugenio De Gregorio and Professor Colin Holmes) Deadline for Papers: April 1, 2010 Contributions are invited to a special issue of the International Journal of Multiple Research: Approaches (IJMRA) dedicated to Mixed methods … Continue reading CFS: Mixed methods in Psychology and Law and in Criminological Research

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CFP: Disability and Ethics through the Life Cycle

Disability and Ethics through the Life Cycle: Cases, Controversies, & Finding Common Ground, May 21-22, 2010, Union College, Schenectady, NY Despite a common interest in facilitating good medical care, bioethicists and members of the disability rights community sometimes differ in their approach to issues arising in the bio-medical settings, especially on such polarizing issues as … Continue reading CFP: Disability and Ethics through the Life Cycle

Nursing Schools and Congressional Health-care Debate

Katherine Mangan, writing in The Chronicle of Higher Education, offers the following assessment of the implications for nursing schools in the health-care bills passed by the US House and Senate: Faculty shortages. One of the biggest challenges in staving off a predicted shortage of nurses is finding enough nurses with advanced degrees willing to accept … Continue reading Nursing Schools and Congressional Health-care Debate

CFP: Am Soc Bioethics & Humanities Annual Meeting

The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities' 12th Annual Meeting is scheduled for October 21-24, 2010, in San Diego, CA at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. Guidelines. Submissions in any area of bioethics and humanities are accepted. Proposals that address provocative ideas and challenges from interdisciplinary perspectives will be given preference. Proposals should be … Continue reading CFP: Am Soc Bioethics & Humanities Annual Meeting

Duke U: Life Lines: Poetry for Our Patients, Our Communities, Our Selves

Duke University announces the upcoming conference Life Lines: Poetry for Our Patients, Our Communities, Our Selves, May 21-23, 2010. The conference will bring together nationally-known poets and healthcare providers for panel presentations, group discussions and workshops examining the place of poetry in caregiving. Highlights of the conference include Friday and Saturday evening talks by David Whyte … Continue reading Duke U: Life Lines: Poetry for Our Patients, Our Communities, Our Selves

CFS: Women’s Studies Quarterly, Special Issue: SAFE

Call for Submissions: WSQ (Women’s Studies Quarterly) Special Issue: SAFE Guest Editors: Alyson M. Cole & Kyoo Lee Bubble wrap, sanitizer, helmets, knee pads, H1N1 vaccines, mammograms, protective goggles, preemptive strikes, the Patriot Act, car/fire/health/home/laptop/life/renters’/travel insurance, condoms, sunscreen, car seats, airbags, pensions, life vests, organic food, safe drinking water, safe streets... Our lives are filled … Continue reading CFS: Women’s Studies Quarterly, Special Issue: SAFE