Month: August 2011

CFS: Health Care, Vulnerable Populations

Call for Submissions for a special issue of Contemporary Nurse on the topic of: Advances in Contemporary Health Care for Vulnerable Populations Deadline for Papers: 15th December 2011 Contemporary Nurse: Advances in Contemporary Health Care for Vulnerable Populations is edited by: Debra Jackson - University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (UTS) Debra.Jackson@uts.edu.au  ; Adey Nyamathi - University … Continue reading CFS: Health Care, Vulnerable Populations

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CFP: Integrative Medicine After the Age of 40

Integrative Medicine After the Age of 40: The International Conference on Integrative Medicine, May 13-15, 2012, Jerusalem The 2nd International Conference on Integrative Medicine will be held on May 13-15, 2012 in Jerusalem, Israel. The conference will bring together physicians, nurses and therapists from all over the world to discuss the changes and influence of … Continue reading CFP: Integrative Medicine After the Age of 40

CSE International Scholarship Program

The Council of Science Editors' International Scholarship Program has been developed to support editors from developing nations. A number of scholarships are being offered to CSE's 2012 Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, USA. This year's meeting focus is "Our Authors, Ourselves: Science Editing and Publishing in a Global Market." Each funded scholar will receive free … Continue reading CSE International Scholarship Program

CFP: Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (Conference)

Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB) 2012 Congress: CALL FOR PAPERS AND PANELS | ROTTERDAM, JUNE 25-27, 2012 The International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics is pleased to invite proposals for panels and papers for presentation at the 2012 Congress. The Congress theme is Generations: Imagining the Future to Promote Health and Justice. Submissions on … Continue reading CFP: Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (Conference)

Inside Higher Ed: Gap in NIH Funding for Black and White Researchers

Reported today in Inside Higher Ed: White applicants for grants from the National Institutes of Health were significantly likelier than black researchers to win funding, according to a Science magazine study published Thursday that sought (and struggled) to explain the reasons for the gap. The study found that about 16 percent of black applicants were … Continue reading Inside Higher Ed: Gap in NIH Funding for Black and White Researchers

CFS: Perspectives on Addiction (Book)

Call for Submissions: Critical Perspectives on Addiction (Volume 14 of Advances in Medical Sociology) http://www.emeraldinsight.com/products/books/series.htm?id=1057-6290  Editor: Julie Netherland (City University of New York Graduate Center) | Series Editor: Professor Barbara Katz Rothman | Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Our understandings of addiction are rapidly changing. New technologies and biomedical treatments are reconfiguring addiction as a brain … Continue reading CFS: Perspectives on Addiction (Book)