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HERON Conference

The first Health Inequalities Research Network (HERON) Conference took place on 14-15th May 2014 in London, England at the Coin St Neighbourhood Centre. The event brought together researchers, voluntary organisations, community leaders and service providers, all with an interest in health inequalities for two days of talks and discussions. Find out more here. Our keynote speaker, ...

RISE 2017 Final Event

The final event for the Research methods In School Education (RISE) 2017 course will be held at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience in the Robin Murray Lecture Theatre on the 13th December 2017, 2-5pm. Event programme 14:00 Welcome from RISE Team 14:10 Introduction from Christ the King’s Sixth Form College 14:15 Student presentations Group 1: How does the marginalisation of deprived areas impact on levels of obesity? Group 2: To what extent is type 2 diabetes associated with income and common mental disorders in those aged 16-65 in South London Group 3: What are the effects of social media on young people’s (under 18) achievement and progression in life? Group 4: What are the barriers to seeking help for depression in males aged 18-24 in South London? 15:15 Coffee/tea break 15:25 Dr Stephani Hatch – Health Inequalities Research Network (HERON) 15:35 Panel announces presentation winners Ethan Laurent, Dr Souci Frissa, Esther Tolani and Dr Faith Matcham 15:45 Final thoughts 15:50 Finger buffet

Art and Exhibitions

The South East London Photography (SELPh) group was established in November 2011. The group is run by HERON coordinator Billy Gazard, photographer Anthony Wallace and Consultant Psychiatrist Wojtek Wojcik in association with the HERON Network and partly funded by the Maudsley Charity.  SELPh’s mission is to provide an avenue for a group of people recovering from ...

Events

HERON organises a number of activities to bring different groups of people together to talk about health inequalities. This includes conferences, seminars, workshops, research outreach, exhibitions and performance, as well as the SELPh project.  Frequent collaborators include King’s Diversity and Inclusion and the Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies. Please see below for further information. ...