Events & Activities

As we are hosting more online activities than ever before, we have developed an online code of conduct and distress protocol for our events. Please find it HERE (the online code of conduct is consistent across our events, but some of the links provided may be revised depending upon the nature of the event and the potential support required).

UKRI Project

  • Workshops. This project will involve regular workshops, with details to be announced here in due course. In 2020-21 they will focus on creative research methods (see below for details of past workshops). In 2022-23 we expect to focus these workshops on developing a draft hospital building note on the senses, to discuss at the conference.
  • Exhibition & conference, 2023/24. The research will feed into an exhibition at Southmead and Great Ormond Street Hospitals as well as a design & healthcare conference in 2023 or 2024. Details will be announced here in due course.
  • Papers and presentations. The project team was planning to present at the following events in 2020, which will now be rescheduled to 2021 due to Covid-19 disruption:’New Narratives’, Arts University Bournemouth, 24 March 2020
    • ‘Making Space’, Association for Medical Humanities, University of Limerick, 17‐19 June 2020
    • ‘Space, Place and Design in the Medical and Health Humanities’, University of Southern Denmark, 25-27 June 2020
    • ‘Design4Health 2020’, Amsterdam, 1-3 July 2020

Wellcome Trust Network

To join this network and get email updates about forthcoming events, click HERE.

Past events

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship:

  • Reports on all creative workshops can be found HERE
  • 12 November 2020. ‘Making Sense of Hospital Spaces: Free Online Poetry Workshop for NHS staff’.
  • 17 July 2020. ‘Creative Methods in Health Research: A Virtual Workshop’ (more details of the scope of this workshop can be found in our original CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS). Led by the UKRI FLF, in collaboration with the Wellcome Trust network.

Wellcome Trust Network:

University of Bristol:

  • June-July 2019. Visiting Scholarship at the Centre for Sensory Studies, Concordia University. Supported by the University of Bristol International Strategic Fund.
  • June 2018. Writing retreat: Towards a collaborative sensory history.
  • April 2018. Towards a Sensory History of the Modern Hospital workshop. Supported by the University of Bristol Strategic Research Fund.

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