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Social Sciences

Social Sciences


FASD in the UK: Building on 20 years of progress


Professor Penny Cook and Professor Moira Plant to open and chair the day.

Plenary Talks:

  • FASD in the UK: Where we’ve been and what’s changing From Raja Mukherjee
  • How we want to be treated – manifesto from people with FASD
  • Photo based narrative living with FASD from Miranda Eodanable
  • Implications of FASD for Criminal Justice from David Gilbert

A 'round robin' session on research and innovation in prevention, diagnosis and support from leading experts Dr Mike Suttie, Dr Alan Price, Roisin Reynolds and Rachael Nielsen (GMICP).

Breakout sessions:

  • 3D imaging practical session from
  • Understand your diagnosis
  • Emerging clinical pathways
  • Training the workforce

Final Keynote from Dr Cheryl McQuire "FASD in the UK: Where we’re going"

More speakers to be announced. 

Follow us on Twitter for updates @FASDSalford

Don’t forget the hashtag #SalfordFASD2023


Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Standard£125.00[Read More]
2. Reduced Rate£25.00[Read More]



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


Attendee CategoryCost   
1. Early Bird Standard£225.00[Read More]
2. Early Bird Academic£175.50[Read More]
3. Early Bird Student£75.00[Read More]
4. Netnography In Practice Day ONLY£40.00[Read More]