3rd Annual Congress, 23rd-24th January, Programme

Below is the programme for the 3rd Annual NNMHR Congress, taking place on 23rd and 24th January 2020 at the University of Sheffield.

ON BEHALF OF THE NORTHERN NETWORK FOR MEDICAL HUMANITIES, WE WELCOME YOU TO:
Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research – 3rd Congress – Sheffield 2020
Generously funded by the Wellcome Trust
THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME IS PRODUCED ELECTRONICALLY TO SAVE PAPER AND RESOURCES.


Venues: Rooms 1-3: The Edge / Room 4: Halifax Hall
Panel Papers are 15 mins each, with the remaining time for questions .
Keynotes are c.40 mins with the remaining time for questions.

SCHEDULE IN BRIEF:
THURSDAY 23RD JANUARY

9-9.30 am REGISTRATION
9.30-10.30 am KEYNOTE ONE
10.30-11 am COFFEE
11 am-12.30 pm PANEL SESSION 1
12.30-2pm LUNCH
2-3.30 pm PANEL SESSION 2
3.30-4pm COFFEE
4-5pm KEYNOTE TWO
CONFERENCE CURRY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BOOKED: AAGRAH, LEOPOLD SQUARE


FRIDAY 24th JANUARY
8-9 am EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER NETWORKING BREAKFAST
9-10.30 am PANEL SESSION 3
10.30-11 am COFFEE
11am-12 pm KEYNOTE THREE
12-1.30 pm LUNCH
1.30-3 pm PANEL SESSION 4
3-3.30 pm COFFEE
3.30-5 pm WRAP UP session

Full schedule
Thursday 23rd January 2020

9am-9.30am Registration (The Edge – Bar area)

9.30-10.30 Keynote 1 – Edge Room 1
Jo Winning ‘The Shadow on the Object: exploring physician burnout through object-relations theory’

10.30am-11.00am Coffee (Bar Area – The Edge)
11am-12.30pm: Panel Session 1
( ROOMS 1-3 AT THE EDGE, ROOM 4 NEARBY AT HALIFAX HALL)

Room 1 THE EDGE:
Leen De Vreese: ‘Experience and the goals of medicine. A reply to Alex Broadbent.’
Marian Peacock: ‘Experiencing a diagnosis of Non-epileptic Attack Disorder (NEAD) in neoliberal times; can
thinking sociologically help us?’
Maria Patsou: ‘Whose life is it anyway? Agency in collaborative, devised performance about mental illness’

Room 2 THE EDGE:
Amy Wilson: ‘The experience of mental illness in physicians’
Wendy French: ‘Writing the Memoir with Cancer Patients or Writing to know Oneself Better’
Kate McAllister: ‘Encounters, Experience, and Epidemic Encephalitis: a historical approach’
Anna Terje: ‘Experiences of the medical encounter in social prescribing: Narratives of patients in Scotland’

Room 3 THE EDGE:
Natalie Riley: ‘Nature Morte: Art and Dying in Sarah Hall’s How to Paint a Dead Man (2009)’
Lianne Bakkum: ‘The Experience of Trauma from an Attachment-Theoretical Perspective’
Veronica Heney: ‘Troubling narrative experiences: sticking with self-harm’
Francesca Lewis: ‘From Clinical Gaze to Epoché: creative, counter-diagnostic explorations of borderline
experience through phenomenology’

Room 4 (Halifax):
Andy Holroyde: ‘Recovering Experience from the Archives: Disability and Sheltered Employment in Britain
c.1945-1979’
Marie Meier: ‘The Concealment of Mental Maladies: Exploring Secrecy and Changing Experiences of Mental Illnesses in a Welfare State Perspective’
Arianna Introna ‘Notes towards a transindividual cripistemology of the ill body

12.30pm-2pm Lunch (The Edge)

2pm-3.30pm Panel Session 2
( ROOMS 1-3 AT THE EDGE, ROOM 4 NEARBY AT HALIFAX HALL)

Room 1:
Elise Brault-Dreux: ‘ Experiencing hospitalization with Peter Reading’s C: poetic limit-situations’ .
Gabrielle King: ‘Loss, speech and Motor Neurone Disease: Taking a disease led approach to the experiences
of doing interview research’
Andrew Williams [Title TBC]
Lijiaozi Cheng: ‘Anxiety Related Disorders, Sub-optimal Health, And Their Diagnosis: A Phenomenological and Auto-Ethnographic Reflection’

Room 2:
Eleanor Byrne ‘Caveats of Epistemic Injustice in Healthcare: The Case of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic
Encephalomyelitis’
Julie Gottlieb ‘The Personal and Psychiatric Experience of Political Crisis: Britain 1938-39’
Ruby Rathbone ‘British Media Representation of Migrants and the NHS During the ‘Windrush Scandal’: A
Frame Analysis.’
Elena Teodora Manea “The voice without a body. Medical Interpreting in the NHS”

Room 3:
Irene Geerts ‘It’s all in the family: How experience shaped the Dutch movement of family members of
people with mental illness, 1964-1984
Fiona Malpass ‘Experiences of mental health care as depicted in clinical notes vs personal experiences and
recollections: disparities, contradictions, and paradoxes.’
Naomi Wynter-Vincent ‘Learning from Experience: The Work of Wilfred Bion’

Room 4 (Halifax):
Georgia Haire ‘Have You Tried Relaxing?’: The Experience and Treatment of Vaginismus as a Contested and Neglected Condition’
Sarah Skryme ‘Animating the illness experience’
Chelsea Saxby ‘Towards a history of The Urinary Infection Club: cystitis, self-help and experiential expertise in 1970s Britain’
Richard Cooper ‘Reflexivity across the qualitative health researcher career and implications for representations of experiences of healthcare.’

3.30pm-4pm Coffee

4-5pm Keynote 2: Edge Main Room
Havi Carel: ‘Organ transplantation: the shadow of illness in philosophy and literature’

Day 2
8am – 9am Arrival & Coffee

8am-9am: Early Career Research Networking Breakfast
This session is open to any researchers on fixed term / precarious contracts. As well as a chance to meet and share experiences, there will be very short presentations sharing tips and strategies around securing funding, and coping with precarity.
Chair : Marie Allitt. Speakers : Thomas Bray (Wellcome Trust), Chris Millard, Fiona Johnstone.

9am-10.30am Panel Session 3
( ROOMS 1-3 AT THE EDGE, ROOM 4 NEARBY AT HALIFAX HALL)

Room 1:
Tracey Loughran ‘Problematising Women’s Everyday Health Experiences: Intersectionality,
(Inter)subjectivity, and Oral History’
Alex Henry ‘In a “Time of Undiagnosis”: “Unexplained” Symptoms and Chronicity in Ali Smith’s Hotel World
(2001)’
Trenholme Jughans ‘“In/Visibilizing” “Patient Experience” in the Assessment of Orphan Drugs: The Dialectics of Inclusion and Marginalization’
Hannah Loret ‘A cross-national study of women’s genital sexual pain: prioritising women’s lived experiences of marginalisation within complex structural dynamics’

Room 2 :
Elspeth Graham ‘The experience of care and the work of culture (or, empathy and its discontents)
Christopher Locke ‘From the margins to the mainstream: how the experience of political resistance shaped the professional culture of General Practitioners in nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain’
Radha Bhat ‘Mental Health and Marginalisation in Children and Young People’
Alexandra Kaley ‘Affirming (inter)subjective disabled lives: A critical medical humanities approach’


Room 3 :
Marjolein de Boer ‘The political patient: The significance of patient’s experiences in health care politics’
Alistair Wardrope ‘Turning experience into evidence: testimonial injustice and the role of testimony in the clinical encounter’
Adrianna Beczec ‘Philosophical insights to the clinical experiences of boundary situations’
Robin Boeré ‘Children and Experience at the End of Life’

Room 4 (Halifax) :
Ian Sabroe ‘Clinical experience and things not said, as revealed by study of narrative’
Arundi Mahendran ‘The adventure of affect: exploring the uncertain nature of clinical experience’
Sarah Spence ‘Accessing anorexia in Andrew O’Hagan’s novel Personality (2003)’
Terezia Szucs ‘Memories as Artefacts – Remembering and Dementia’

10.30-11am Coffee
11-12 Keynote 3 (AT THE EDGE)
Ankhi Mukherjee: Psychoanalysis of the Oppressed, a Practice of Freedom: Free Clinics in Urban India.

Lunch: 12-1.30pm
1.30-3pm Panel Group 4
( ROOMS 1-3 AT THE EDGE, ROOM 4 NEARBY AT HALIFAX HALL)
Room 1 :
Provocation Panel
Provocation 1 : ‘What is the reality of the situation?’ Olivia Turner
Provocation 2 : ‘Do the words need changing?’ Bentley Crudgington
Provocation 3 : ‘Convert a melodic element into a rhythmic element’ Jacqueline Waldock
Provocation 4 : ‘Do the washing up’ Katherine Rawling
Discussion. Chair: Fiona Johnstone

Room 2 :
Emma Trott ‘Heart Surgery, the Posthuman Body, and the Materially Entangled Self’
Finola Finn: ‘The Heart and Experience in Seventeenth-Century England’
Rebecca O’Neal: ‘The “Rule of experience”: dissection, collaboration and metaphor in Thomas Willis’s Anatomy of the Brain’

Room 3 :
Tobias Dietrich ‘Experiences as Aesthetic Change’
Luna Dolezal and Arthur Rose ‘Challenging the ‘Neutral’ Doctor: Considering Shame, Race and Gender in the
Medical Memoir’
Tamara Hervey & Matthew Wood: ‘Studying Experience and Marginalisation in post-Brexit health
governance’
Anna Kemball “It’s just a story”: Reclaiming Windigo Psychosis’

Room 4 (Halifax) :
Berkay Ustun ‘Can metaphysical experience be a clinical category?’
Alice Hall: ‘“Women Are News”: Women’s Experience, Work and the Carers UK Archive’
Luis Fernando Bernardi Junqueira ‘In Search of the Spirit: Autohypnosis and the Realization of the Self in
Modern China, c. 1900–1949’
Jane Macnaughton: ‘“Dance Easy”: translating research on experience of breathlessness into a new
management approach’

3-3.30 Coffee
Final wrap up and discussion (Room 1)

Please note the conference is now full.

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