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CELAM Research Seminars, Autum 2014 

Olika typer av farlighet – om psykopatiska och autistiska personlighetsdrag.

Marianne Kristiansson, Professor of Forensic Psychiatry at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute and Director at Forensic Medicine Forensic Psychiatry department in Stockholm.
Tuesday September 25 from 14:00 to 16:00.
Venue: Sal K332, Lennart Torstenssonsgatan 6

Register by sending an email to Åse Holl, ase.holl@neuro.gu.se deadline for registration is Monday August 25.


Involuntary hospitalization or respect for autonomy? A cross-cultural perspective
Hafez Bajoghli
, MD Psychiatrist, Lecturer ASEAN Institute for Health Development Mahidol University
Thursday September 30 from 14.00 to 16.00
Venue: Höjden plan 4, Wallinsgatan 6, MölndalNote!


Socioeconomic status during childhood and later risk of psychiatric morbidity and violent crime in Sweden: Causal or confounded?

Amir Sariaslan, MSc. PhD candidate in genetic and psychiatric epidemiology
Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Karolinska InstitutetTuesday October 7 from 14:00 to 16:00.
Venue: Pater Noster Rättspsykiatrin Rågården,
adress Rågårdsvägen 5, 424 57 Gunnilse

Register by sending an email to Åse Holl, ase.holl@neuro.gu.se deadline for registration is Monday October 6.

Tvångsvård för alla? -Om psykiatrirättens intressen, rättigheter och principer

Moa Kindström Dahlin jur dr University of Stockholms and University of Gothenburg
Tuesday October 28 from 14:00 to 16:00.
Venue: Stora Mötet, Wallinsgatan 6, Mölndal

Register by sending an email to Åse Holl, ase.holl@neuro.gu.se deadline for registration is Friday October 24.

From Evidence to Evidentiaries: Law, Biomedicine and STS

Andrew Webster, Professor of Sociology of Science and Technology, University of York
Tuesday, November 18 2014 from 14:00 to 16:00.
Venue: Huvudkontoret, plan 3, Wallinsgatan 6

Du anmäler dig till Åse Holl, ase.holl@neuro.gu.se senast fredagen den 14 november kl. 16.00.
OBS: Om du kommer med bil behöver du ett p-tillstånd som hämtas i receptionen Wallinsgatan 6

This paper discusses the relationship between different forms of knowing and evidence in law and science and how science and technology studies (STS) engages with these issues. It does so by exploring deconstructivism and the meaning and hybridity of objects of knowledge, or ‘entities’, and illustrates this through a discussion of sites where scientific facts and the meaning of evidence are of central importance, including ‘evidence-based medicine’ and DNA fingerprinting. It argues for an approach which looks for multiple evidentiaries and their interconnection and how this produces certain methodological implications for STS and normative implications for STS, biomedicine and law in the meaning and use of evidence.


CELAM working seminars, Autumn 2014 

House training

Tuesday. November 11 from14:00 to 16:00
Venue: Bibliotek/kafferummet CELAM, Wallinsgatan 8, Mölndal



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