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Launch Event: Centre for Critical Research in Nursing and Midwifery

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START DATE 8 December 2015
START TIME 03:00pm
LOCATION

College Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs London NW44BT

Middlesex University celebrates the launch of its new centre drawing together academics from the fields of nursing and midwifery.


About the Centre for Critical Research in Nursing and Midwifery (CCRNM).

CCRNM aims to facilitate, co-ordinate and conduct high quality critical research in partnership with academic colleagues, healthcare providers, commissioners and other centres of excellence.

We believe that research approaches that challenge taken-for-granted norms and aim to expose structures of power and domination are needed when studying and seeking to influence nursing and midwifery within today's NHS environment and beyond. The Centre's mission is to become a prominent centre for such work.

Research carried out in the CCRNM seeks to understand, uncover, illuminate, transform and emancipate. 

About the event 

2.30-3.00pm  Registration and coffee/tea: Mezzanine, 2nd floor

3.00 pm          Welcome and Introduction by Professor Tim Blackman, Vice-Chancellor Middlesex University: Boardroom C219

3.10 pm          Guest speaker Jill Maben, OBE, Kings London, on the importance of critical research in nursing and midwifery  

3.50 pm          'What is critical research'  
                        Professor Michael Traynor

4.20 pm          Critical pedagogy  
                        Professor Sue Dyson

4.50 pm          Closing speech  
                        Jan Williams, Dean of the School of Health and Education, Middlesex University

5.00 pm           Break and refreshments: Mezzanine, 2nd floor

5:30 pm           Inaugural lecture: Professor Helen Allan 

Please RSVP by Friday 26 November to HELSO@mdx.ac.uk to register your attendance.

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