Creative Movement, Handling, Mobility Osteoporosis Workshop

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Creative Movement, Handling, Mobility Osteoporosis Stakeholders' Workshop

 

Queen Margaret University 31stJuly 2017

 

This very successful workshop was supported by a research award from the Centre for Applied Social Sciences at Queen Margaret University, to Dr Margaret Smith, Dr A Schrag and Dr Fiona Kelly. The proposal involved a collaboration across two Schools at QMU and the Division of Nursing and Division of Media, Communication and Performing Arts. The work grew out of ongoing research at QMU, the Lydia Osteoporosis Project 1 and 2, which is led by a team of researchers in the Division of Nursing. MS and FK are members of the Centre for Person-centred Practice Research, and MS is also a member of the Centre for Applied Social Sciences, QMU.

 The Workshop Team for this event comprised:

 

Dr Margaret A C Smith (PI LOP 1&2) 

Dr Anthony Schrag

Dr Fiona Kelly

Miss Alice Finbow

Mrs Alison Bacigalupo

 

Thanks also to Miss Claire Pearson (RA LOP 1&2) for contributions to the planning phase for the event.

 

There were 22 participants at this whole day event, with representatives from acute and community healthcare settings, social services, members of the public and university staff.

 

Please click here for samples of the creative outputs from the workshop.

https://lopcreativeworkshop.wordpress.com/trying-not-break-things-workshop/


 

 

Watch this space for further news about outputs from this workshop!

 

 

 

 

Dr Margaret A C Smith

Principal Investigator Lydia Osteoporosis Project

Senior Lecturer, Queen Margaret University

Member of Centre for Person-centred Practice Research and Associate Member of Centre for Applied Social Sciences.

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