ESRC SEMINAR SERIES: SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES ON THE EMPLOYMENT OF THOSE WITH CANCER: PSYCHOSOCIAL;, ORGANIZATIONAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES
We have been awarded one of the new ESRC Seminar Series grants to discuss the psychosocial, organisational and economic issues that relate to the employment of those with cancer. The grant has been awarded to the Centre for Sustainable Working Life at Birkbeck University of London working with the Academic Urology Unit, University of Aberdeen, and the Institute of Health & Society, University of Newcastle, with the support of other bodies. It is part of The METIS Collaboration’s programme of work. It covers a three year programme of seminars, discussion groups and internet-based networking. My thanks to my colleagues who helped put together this successful application especially Dr Sara MacLennan and Professor Phillip Dewe.
This blog (and the Centre’s web page) will carry more details of the developing programme as they emerge but will welcome all expressions of interest to: email@example.com.