NEW: LIVES debates - “Measuring social position and health: Suggestions for future research”

The NCCR LIVES launches the LIVES debates – The brown bag forum on life course and vulnerability – with a first event entitled “Measuring social position and health: Suggestions for future research”, welcoming Prof. Melanie Bartley from University College London and Prof. David Blane from Imperial College London.

The NCCR LIVES launches the LIVES debates – The brown bag forum on life course and vulnerability – with a first event entitled “Measuring social position and health: Suggestions for future research”, welcoming Prof. Melanie Bartley from University College London and Prof. David Blane from Imperial College London.

This interdisciplinary forum welcomes activities ranging from presenting embryonic research ideas and developing research agendas, to debating theories, policies and knowledge transfer issues. As the format of this forum is flexible, please do send any debatable ideas to stephane.guerard@unil.ch.

  • Date: Thursday 4th October 2018, 12:00-13:30, at Géopolis building, room 5899.

>> Organization: The NCCR LIVES offers sandwiches and drinks to participants who reserve at least 48 hours in advance on this webform: https://lives-nccr.ch/en/formulaire/lives-debates-n3008