MIND READING 2018 at the University of Birmingham
Our 2018 conference was held at the University of Birmingham on 18th and 19th June. This two-day programme of talks and workshops was a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, UCD Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Diseases of Modern Life and Constructing Scientific Communities Projects at St Anne’s College, Oxford. The key questions for this event were: do clinicians and patients speak the same language? How might we bridge the evident gaps in communication? How can we use narrative to foster clinical relationships? Or to care for the carers? How does illness impact upon our sense of self?
A COPY OF THE PROGRAMME IS AVAILABLE HERE: Mind Reading Programme
We have created a Wakelet collection from all the tweets surrounding the event, which is available here.
Recordings of our keynote speakers’ addresses will be made available here in due course.