FASD in the UK: Building on 20 years of progress
The University of Salford, in association with NHS GM and National Organisation for FASD, will be hosting a one-day conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), to celebrate the progress made in knowledge and understanding of the condition in the UK in over the past twenty years and to highlight the current priorities.
Featuring current research, policy and practice in FASD, this event will be of interest to policy makers, clinicians, researchers, practitioners and people who support and care for those with FASD and people living with FASD.
We are pleased to announce a outline of the day.
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Reduced rate sold out (Those with FASD,families and carers who have not been able to secure a reduce rate ticket welcome to attend on a full price ticket)
Travel - We are aware a new train strike date has been announced for 30 March 2023 and many timetabled services are being amended or cancelled at late notice. Therefore, please always check National Rail for the most up-to-date information regarding any route you have planned before setting off to the station.
The inaugural International Netnography Conference (NETNOCON23) will be a meeting of minds dedicated to the theme of "Building Bridges" with netnography. Since its initial development in 1995, netnography has become one of the most popular methods for gaining qualitative insights across the social sciences, including Health Communication, Education, Nursing, Medicine, Disability Studies, Management, Marketing, Consumer Research, Communication, Human Geography, Political Science, Sociology, and more—as well as in applied business settings.
Now, the Association for Netnographic Research brings you NETNOCON23, a conference that will provide an unprecedented international forum for sharing knowledge and results about the development of ethnographic methodology applied to social media, apps and immersive technologies. NETNOCON23 welcomes applications of netnography across any domain in applied or basic science, from any field and at any level.
The goal of NETNOCON23 is to build bridges and supportive connections among the global community of netnographers. Although devoted to netnography, NETNOCON23 is open to significant contributions from all ethnographers studying social media or immersive technology, regardless of methodological inclination.
Please note the last booking date for this event is 19 July 2023