On June 9-11, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario. The Carework Network is an international organization of scholars and advocates who focus on the caring work of individuals, families, communities, paid caregivers, social service agencies and state bureaucracies. Authors and organizers should submit a proposal of their paper, panel, or workshop by email to: email@example.com (by e-mail only) no later than December 1, 2018.
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The International Journal of Care and Caring: Special Issue on the Changing Character of Carework: New Risks and ResponsibilitiesChristine Bachrach
This special issue will analyze both formal and informal carework in the context of the political, social, and economic changes and displacements that have produced the insecurities and risks that mark this period of late modernity. When submitting your abstract for the Global Summit, (by 12-1-18) please indicate in your email if you would like your paper to be considered for the special issue of the International Journal of Care and Caring. We will be inviting authors to submit a full paper for consideration in the special issue based on abstracts submitted to the Global Summit. Invitations should be made by January 31, 2019. Full papers will be due at the time of the conference.
Request for Information (RFI): Registration and Results Reporting Standards for Prospective Basic Science Studies Involving Human ParticipantsChristine Bachrach
NOT-OD-18-217: Through this Request for Information, NIH is requesting input on the standards NIH should use in assuring adequate registration and results information reporting for fundamental research studies involving human participants – hereafter referred to as “prospective basic science studies involving human participants.” Due November 12, 2018.
A one-day workshop co-sponsored by the UC-Berkeley Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging-CEDA, and the USC/UCLA Center for Biodemography and Population Health. The goal is to build a robust evidence base for understanding the drivers of cross-national mortality and health expectancy patterns, especially in populations with unusually high or low adult mortality. Workshop to be held on February 22nd, 2019. Abstracts due October 12, 2018.
Black Women and Public Health: Regenerative History, Practice, and Planning seeks to create an interdisciplinary dialogue that bridges gaps between researchers, practitioners, educators, and advocates. Black women’s work in public health is a regenerative practice. This collection is an opportunity for specialists and generalists to foster mutual understanding for the benefit of all. Deadline to submit is Tuesday January 16, 2019.
Papers are invited for a special issue of Research in the Sociology of Health Care on “Underserved and Socially Disadvantaged Groups and Linkages with Health and Health Care Differentials.” The issue will focus on macro-level system issues and micro-level issues involving the socially disadvantaged and underserved and other social factors as related to health and health care differentials. Send completed manuscripts or close to completed papers for review by December 3, 2018. Direct inquiries to Jennie.Kronenfeld@asu.edu.
Papers invited for a volume on “Underserved and Socially Disadvantaged Groups and Linkages with Health and Health Care Differentials”, to be published by Emerald Press. Papers that focus on linkages to policy, population concerns and either patients or providers of care as ways to meet health care needs of people both in the US and in other countries are solicited. Send completed manuscripts or close to completed papers for review by December 3, 2018. For an initial indication of interest in outlines or abstracts, please contact Jennie.Kronenfeld@asu.edu no later than November 1, 2018.