Centre for the History of Medicine
The Centre for the History of Medicine at Warwick is a lively, interdisciplinary community of scholars and students engaged in research and teaching in the history of medicine, the life sciences and public health.
This new, Wellcome Trust funded, project straddles the period from the start of the modern prison system in the mid-nineteenth century up to the current day. It will undertake research into topics that resonate with current concerns in the prison service, including the very high incidence of mental health problems amongst prisoners, the health of women in prison, including maternity services, and responses to addiction and HIV/AIDS.
Professor Hilary Marland and Dr Catherine Cox at the Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland, worked with Talking Birds theatre company on a new production, based on their research on Madness, Migration and the Irish in Lancashire. The piece was performed in Coventry and Dublin at the end of June/start July 2014.
Publication - Health and Girlhood in Britain, 1874-1920
Professor Hilary Marland's monograph available via Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood.
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IDEA:Improving the Delivery of Ethnically Appropriate Research, Services and Policy
an trans-disciplinary collaboration dedicated to improving and promoting high quality research on ethnicity and health.
Founded by a group of researchers based at the University of Warwick (convened by Dr Roberta Bivins); Cardiff University and De Montfort University, with experience in studying the impact of ethnicity on health care and health outcomes from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Through our network and workshops, we are working to develop new models for research on key ethnicity-linked issues.
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