The journal Birth highlights the birthing experiences of low risk pregnancies. In this context it is calling for research and review papers in clinical practice in the fields of perinatal medicine, perinatal nursing and midwifery, maternal and newborn public health, and the social sciences.
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WHAT: Call for Papers Masculinity(/ies) – Femininity(/ies) in the Middle Ages Workshop
WHEN: 2nd – 3rd March 2016
WHERE: German Historical Institute Paris
DEADLINE: 4th January 2016
A conference on the Diseases of Modern Life to be held at St Annes College, Oxford.
When and Where: 10th – 11th September 2016; St Annes College, Oxford, England
Deadline for Abstracts: Friday 4th of December, 2015
Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference 2016: Medicine in its place
The Society for the Social History of Medicine hosts a major, biennial, international, and interdisciplinary conference. In 2016 it will explore the theme of place. The committee conceives ‘place’ in its broadest sense – from political, spatial, and cultural spaces, to the narrow confines of a patient’s hospital bed. The biennial conference is not exclusive in terms of its theme, and reflects the diversity of the discipline of the social history of medicine.
When: 7 – 10 July 2016
University of Kent, Canterbury, England, United Kingdom
Deadline: 1st February 2016
The conference seeks to build on inter-disciplinary learning about access to abortion, activism and abortion politics by posing the question “how does abortion sit within the reproductive justice framework?”
Where: Ulster University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Deadline: 1st. November 2015
Conference dates: 2-3rd June 2016
Where: Centre for Khmer Studies Cambodia
When: Proposals due July 1, 2015
Conference: 13-15 January 2016
For members working on Maternal Health, pregnancy in the context of Southeast Asian.