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Medical Sociology (MedSoc) Study Group 

Introduction

The BSA MedSoc Group promotes scholarship and communication in the field of the sociology of health and illness in the UK.  The group is one of the largest and most active study groups of the BSA.

Group Membership

Membership is constituted by adding your details to the e-mail circulation list.

 

Activities

BSA Membership brings benefits in terms of reduced conference fees and journal subscriptions, but most group activities are open to non-members.

The group hosts its
annual conference each September, which attracts in the region of 350 delegates, and awards a number of prizes each year.

Other group activities are organised under the auspices of the regional groups, which organise regular meetings in different areas of the UK. The MedSoc Committee is keen to support the establishment of new regional groups in under served areas and any interested parties should contact the Convenors.

Contact the Convenors

Helen Eborall

Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research (SAPPHIRE) Group
University of Leicester
22-28 Princess Road West
Leicester LE1 6TP
Email Helen Eborall.

 

Jude Robinson

Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

University of Liverpool

School of Law and Social Justice
Room1.16, Eleanor Rathbone Building
Bedford Street South

Liverpool L69 7ZA

Email Jude Robinson.

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