UCL Qualitative Health Research Network Conference

Author Helen Mthiyane
Posted 2020.11.06
18 Mar 2021
19 Mar 2021

'Negotiating trust: exploring power, belief, truth and knowledge in health and care'

The Qualitative Health Research Network (QHRN) organises biennial international conferences to allow emerging and experienced researchers from within and outside the UCL community to present, experiment with, and learn about qualitative theory, methods, and writing.

This year's theme is the notion of trust, understood broadly as a concept connecting ideas of power, belief, truth, relationships, and knowledge. Together these dynamics contribute to the shape of health landscapes, influencing the abilities of the public, services, practitioners and patients to engage in behaviours that determine health outcomes.

Dr Flora Cornish will give the key note 'Trust in possibility. How to keep going after Grenfell'.

To book follow the link above to the event page. Early bird rates are available until 31 January 2021.