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Welcome to the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine’s Open Evening for Prospective Welcome to the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine’s Open Evening for Prospective Students 25 March 2014

Tonight: Overview of Department Q&A Session with Programme Directors and Student Buddies Tonight: Overview of Department Q&A Session with Programme Directors and Student Buddies

A unique interdisciplinary social science department working in collaboration with biomedical researchers and clinicians A unique interdisciplinary social science department working in collaboration with biomedical researchers and clinicians across King’s College, the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s Health Partners and worldwide

SSHM Who’s Who: Academics SSHM Who’s Who: Academics

SSHM Who’s Who: Gender Equality Team 5 SSHM Who’s Who: Gender Equality Team 5

SSHM: A lively research community! SSHM: A lively research community!

SSHM: Current Ph. D students 7 SSHM: Current Ph. D students 7

Going on at SSHM! • SSHM Seminar Series • Culture Medicine & Power Conversations Going on at SSHM! • SSHM Seminar Series • Culture Medicine & Power Conversations • Work in Progress Seminar Series • KCL / UCL Bioethics Colloquia • Film Screenings • Medical London Excursions http: //www. kcl. ac. uk/sspp/departments/sshm/events

KCL /UCL Bioethics Colloquium Contact Dr Annette Rid: annette. rid@kcl. ac. uk KCL /UCL Bioethics Colloquium Contact Dr Annette Rid: annette. [email protected] ac. uk

Bioethics & Ageing Film Screening Bioethics & Ageing Film Screening

Medical London Excursions Medical London Excursions

Funding your studies (1) http: //www. kcl. ac. uk/study/pg/funding/sources/index. aspx Funding your studies (1) http: //www. kcl. ac. uk/study/pg/funding/sources/index. aspx

Funding your studies (2) FIVE SSHM Postgraduate Bursaries for 2015/16 for a value of Funding your studies (2) FIVE SSHM Postgraduate Bursaries for 2015/16 for a value of £ 2, 000 each, with one award for each of the following Masters programmes: • • MSc Medicine, Science and Society MA in Bioethics & Society MSc in Global Health & Social Justice And two additional awards for Institute of Gerontology programmes. Eligibility: All students applying for any of our Full Time programmes to begin in September 2015 are eligible for these bursaries, including UK, EU and Overseas students. Criteria: The bursaries will be awarded on academic merit. Procedure: There is no separate application procedure for the bursaries. All individuals who have submitted a complete application by midnight on the 29 th May will be considered for the bursaries automatically.

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Useful contacts poppy. goddard@kcl. ac. uk SSHM Postgraduate Programme Officer paolo. buscemi@kcl. ac. uk Useful contacts poppy. [email protected] ac. uk SSHM Postgraduate Programme Officer paolo. [email protected] ac. uk Student Representative, Bioethics & Society MA Programme robert. r. [email protected] ac. uk Ph. D student and Organiser, Medical London Excursions

SSHM Programmes Part I MSc Medicine, Science & Society MSc Global Health & Social SSHM Programmes Part I MSc Medicine, Science & Society MSc Global Health & Social Justice MA Bioethics & Society 16

SSHM Programmes Part I MSc Medicine, Science & Society MSc Global Health & Social SSHM Programmes Part I MSc Medicine, Science & Society MSc Global Health & Social Justice MA Bioethics & Society 17

MSc Medicine, Science & Society • 1 year FT, 2 years PT • Addresses MSc Medicine, Science & Society • 1 year FT, 2 years PT • Addresses the nature and implications of developments in health and medicine in an international context and from a social science perspective. Interdisciplinary (including sociology, anthropology, and social geography) Topics covered: new genetic technologies, advances in neurosciences and mental health, the changing role of patients and patients groups in healthcare, and global reconfigurations of medical science and industry. • •

MSc Medicine, Science & Society Core programme content: • Social Science Approaches to Biomedicine MSc Medicine, Science & Society Core programme content: • Social Science Approaches to Biomedicine (Core) • Translational Research: Linking Medicine, Science & Society (Core) • Dissertation in Medicine, Science and Society (Core) • Foundations in Social Science, Health & Medicine (Compulsory) • Designing Quantitative Research for Social Science & Health (Compulsory) OR • Designing Qualitative Research for Social Science & Health (Compulsory) Optional modules • Several optional modules to choose from, enabling specialisation in your area of interest (see later slide)

 MSc Medicine, Science & Society Dr Scott Vrecko, Programme Director scott. vrecko@kcl. ac. MSc Medicine, Science & Society Dr Scott Vrecko, Programme Director scott. [email protected] ac. uk

MSc Global Health & Social Justice • 1 year FT, 2 years PT • MSc Global Health & Social Justice • 1 year FT, 2 years PT • An emphasis on social justice and the development of key critical skills for analysis, research, policy development and the ethical assessment of health and disease inequalities This innovative MSc programme is designed for those seeking high-level skills in the critical analysis of the drivers of global health inequalities, the politics, practices and ethics of the global health movement and the efficacy of alternative approaches. •

MSc Global Health & Social Justice Core/compulsory programme content: • Semester 1: Critical Global MSc Global Health & Social Justice Core/compulsory programme content: • Semester 1: Critical Global Health, Foundations in Social Science, Health & Medicine • Semester 2: Global Health Ethics • Dissertation in Global Health & Social Justice • Designing Quantitative Research for Social Science & Health OR Designing Qualitative Research for Social Science & Health • Optional modules

Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram, Programme Director sridhar. venkatapuram@kcl. ac. uk Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram, Programme Director sridhar. [email protected] ac. uk

MA Bioethics & Society 1 year FT, 2 years PT Also available as: • MA Bioethics & Society 1 year FT, 2 years PT Also available as: • • PG Diploma (only coursework) PG Certificate (selected coursework)

MA Bioethics & Society MA Bioethics & Society

Bioethics & Society Inaugural Lecture Bioethics & Society Inaugural Lecture

Contacts Professor Ilina Singh, Director of the Programme: ilina. singh@kcl. ac. uk Dr Silvia Contacts Professor Ilina Singh, Director of the Programme: ilina. [email protected] ac. uk Dr Silvia Camporesi, Deputy Director & Admissions’ Tutor: silvia. [email protected] ac. uk www. bioethicsandsociety. com

Optional modules for 2014/15 Pharmaceuticals and Society; Genomics and Society The Global Bioeconomy; Ageing Optional modules for 2014/15 Pharmaceuticals and Society; Genomics and Society The Global Bioeconomy; Ageing in a Global Context; Politics of Disasters & Emergencies; Researching Vulnerable Populations Disability & Enhancement; Ethics at the end of life; Narrative Medicine NB: students can take other modules at King’s upon agreement between the convenor of the module and the director of the MSc/MA 28

Case study Ethical issue Social Issue Bioethics & Society Policy Phase 0 Clinical Trials Case study Ethical issue Social Issue Bioethics & Society Policy Phase 0 Clinical Trials Clinical Equipoise Therapeutic Misconception Duty of Participation Exploitation Inequality Vulnerability FDA Guidance for Phase 0 studies EMA Position Paper Genetic tests sold directlyto-consumer (DTC) Autonomy Right to open future Confidentiality Choice Preprofessionalization Education ESHG statement US GAO Investigation POST Note Choosing deafness with PGD Reproductive freedom Self-determination Eugenics Disability Inclusion Parenting ASHG Guidelines HFEA Licenses ART Guidelines Caster Semenya Fairness Embodiment Confidentiality Discrimination Gender Race IAAF & IOC regulation Cybrids Embryonic Stem Cell Potentiality Human-Animal Distinction Public Engagement Academic freedom Accountability HFEA License Nuffield Council Report

The Institute of Gerontology The Institute of Gerontology

Who We Are “The Institute of Gerontology at King's is one of the leading Who We Are “The Institute of Gerontology at King's is one of the leading centres for the study of ageing worldwide. Its teaching and research have made an invaluable contribution to our understanding of old age. ” Gloria M Gutman Ph. D OBC Past President , International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics “There can hardly be a gerontologist in the UK who is not aware of the pioneering role of King's in establishing ageing research in this country. ” Professor Alan Walker, 3 June 2008

Gerontology Programmes • Gerontology, Ageing & Society, Public Policy & Ageing • PG Cert Gerontology Programmes • Gerontology, Ageing & Society, Public Policy & Ageing • PG Cert Research Methods for Social Science & Health • MPhil, Ph. D • Postgraduate programmes – Common modules for PG Cert, PG Dip and M-level – Public Policy & Ageing jointly taught with Department of Political Economy – Diploma of Geriatric Medicine graduates are exempt from one third of the MSc Gerontology 33

MSc Gerontology (full-time shown) • Term 1 – Ageing, Health & Society (Mon, 30 MSc Gerontology (full-time shown) • Term 1 – Ageing, Health & Society (Mon, 30 credits) – Population Ageing & Policy (Thurs, 30 credits) • Terms 2 & 3 – Three Research Methods modules (Thurs, 45 credits) – One options module (15 credits) – Dissertation (60 credits)

MA Public Policy & Ageing: (Full-time shown) • Term 1 – The Policy Process MA Public Policy & Ageing: (Full-time shown) • Term 1 – The Policy Process (20 credits) – Population Ageing & Policy (30 credits) • Terms 2 – Comparative Public Policy (20 credits) – Dissertation (60 credits) • Terms 2 & 3 – Optional modules (over the year total 50 -70 credits, split between Semesters 1, 2 & 3)

MSc/MA Ageing & Society: Full-time shown • Term 1 – Ageing, Health & Society MSc/MA Ageing & Society: Full-time shown • Term 1 – Ageing, Health & Society (30 credits) – Population Ageing & Policy (30 credits) • Terms 2 & 3 – Designing quantitative research for social science & health (15 credits) AND Quantitative data analysis (15 credits) OR Designing quantitative research for social science & health (15 credits) AND Designing qualitative research (15 credits) – Ageing in a Global Context (15 credits) – Options module (15 credits) – Dissertation

PG Certificate Research Methods Teaching commences in Term 2 Thursday (all day): • Designing PG Certificate Research Methods Teaching commences in Term 2 Thursday (all day): • Designing Quantitative Research in Social Science and Health (15 credits) • Designing Qualitative Research in Social Science and Health (15 credits) • Quantitative Data Analysis (15 credits) • One week in May: • Data Management and Manipulation (15 credits) OR Researching Vulnerable Populations (15 credits)

“I have acquired a firm foundation in both Gerontology and Public Policy from my “I have acquired a firm foundation in both Gerontology and Public Policy from my studies at King’s that will permit me to approach issues of social justice and ageing from a critical perspective”. “The course has only exceeded my expectations: the tutors are all enthusiastic, inspiring and highly-respected academically; the course modules are highly relevant to anyone with an interest in ageing, and topics cover a broad range of disciplines from philosophy to health to economics to politics. ” Tania Elias, Registrar in Geriatric Medicine Jessica Walsh, International Relations “The course taught me to cross information from fields like demography, sociology, healthcare and social policy in a critical and rigorous way, forming my own firm opinion and preparing me for an enthusiastic new start in my career”. Mariana Ferreira de Carvalho, Clinical Psychologist “The wealth of knowledge of the tutors is second to none and their support and encouragement has been wonderful. I would encourage anyone who wishes to apply research as part of their practice, no matter what their background, to apply for this course. ” Claire Gibbs, Intensive Care Nurse

If you have any questions, please contact us! David Hardy david. hardy@kcl. ac. uk If you have any questions, please contact us! David Hardy david. [email protected] ac. uk