This workshop is free to attend, but please register by emailing email@example.com.
County Main Seminar Room 5 , Lancaster University.
There’s a lot of building work on campus at the moment. I’ll email attendees shortly before the workshop to confirm the room and how to get to it!
Campus map https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/lancaster-university/content-assets/images/schoolscollegeliaison/campus-map(1).pdf
Details of how to travel to campus http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/contact-and-getting-here/maps-and-travel/
11-11.30 Hane Maung (Manchester) – Is suicide a psychiatric problem?
11.30-12 Phoebe Friesen (Oxford) – Distancing medically assisted dying and suicide: Is it justified?
12-12.30 Edmund O’Toole (National University of Ireland, Galway) – Hermeneutics, the biopsychosocial approach & prototype analysis.
12.30-1 Moujan Mirdamadi (Lancaster) Making sense of cultural variation in experiences of depression
2-2.30 Richard Hassall (Sheffield) – What does a psychiatric diagnosis mean for those who are given a diagnosis?
2.30-3 Sam Fellowes (Lancaster) – Using perspectivism to counter discontinuity arguments over psychiatric diagnosis
3-3.30 George Turner (Lancaster) Self-esteem and mental illness – the historical connection
3.45-4.15Alexander Miller Tate (Birmingham) Explaining agential pathology in clinical depression.
4.15-4.45 Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) – Puzzles in psychiatric classification
To be followed by beer and food in town.