Author: Carlo Caduff

Social Medicine Consortium 2020 meeting

Posted on April 23, 2019

The Social Medicine Consortium’s next annual gathering in 2020 will be in Mbarara, Uganda (likely somewhere between April – June).

24 Stills in Kolkata

Posted on February 25, 2019

The photographs from Carlo Caduff’s ethnography of cancer hospitals in India are now on show in a photography exhibition at the Cancer Hospital in Kolkata:  

Equal Health 2019 Summer Course: “Beyond the Biological Basis of Disease: The Social and Economic Causation of Illness” in Haiti.

Posted on January 27, 2019

We are now accepting applications for the 2019 summer course, This three-week course, which will be held from July 7-27, 2019 in Haiti’s Central Plateau, is designed for health professional students of all levels. The course blends field visits, classroom-based presentations and discussions, group reflections, student presentations, films, and patient interaction. We create an innovative,… Read more »

Postdoctoral fellowship at University of Capetown: Strengthening Community Voice to address Social Determinants of Health

Posted on January 18, 2019

Post-doctoral fellowship (1-2 years): Strengthening Community Voice to address Social Determinants of Health. This is an exciting opportunity for a post-doc interested in inter-disciplinary approaches to strengthening community participation in the health system, working with community partners to address the social determinants of health. The project emphasizes co-production of knowledge through participatory methods. The Fellowship… Read more »

Twenty-Four Stills photography exhibition – 1 February 2019 to 18 February 2019 at King’s College London

Posted on January 18, 2019

Twenty-Four Stills photography exhibition 1 February 2019, 09:00 to 18 February 2019, 17:00 The Exchange, Strand Campus, London Twenty-Four Stills is a photographic exhibition documenting patients, family members and hospital staff in a cancer center in Kolkata, India. For this exhibition, Soumyendra Saha produced a series of intimate portraits of people in a state of suspension. Many… Read more »