Distress in Primary Care: Learning from patients and colleagues


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Posted on 26 February 2014

Professor Carolyn Chew-Graham, Professor of General Practice Research at Keele University, will give the next lecture in University's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2013-14, on Tuesday, 11 March, 2014, in the Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, on the Keele campus.

The lecture, Distress in Primary Care: Learning from patients and colleagues, will follow her research career, highlighting salient publications, reporting perspectives on the doctor-patient interaction. She will illustrate the value of qualitative research methods in capturing the richness of patient and practitioner experiences of receiving and delivering care. Implications for education, training and clinical practice will also be discussed.

Keele's programme of Inaugural Lectures are given by newly established professors within the University and aim to give an illuminating account of the speaker's own subject specialism. The lectures, which start at 6 pm in the Westminster Theatre, are chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nick Foskett.

This lecture is FREE and open to all.


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