Celebration event to mark publication of new health and social sciences texts
The event, which will run from 4pm to 6pm in Portland room 406, will see authors present a short synopsis of their book, highlighting the key themes and discussion points raised within their text. Refreshments will also be provided.
The books being presented are:
‘Working with Dual Diagnosis: A Psycho Social Perspective’ by Darren Hill, Divine Charura and Bill Penson;
‘Sports-Based Health Interventions: Case Studies from Around the World’ by Professor Alan White and David Conrad;
‘Human Trafficking: Women's Stories of Agency’ by Dr Maria De Angelis;
‘Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help’ by Professor Nick Frost, Shaheen Abbott and Tracey Race;
And ‘Mental Health in Adult Men’ by Professor Steve Robertson, Professor Brendan Gough and Dr Gary Raine, which appears in the book: Steen, M. Thomas, M. (Eds) ‘A Review and Resource of Mental Health from the Cradle to the Grave’.
The celebration event is free to attend and open to all.