Title: Lay beliefs and stigma: how different cultural communities respond to mental illness and intellectual disability, by Dr Katrina Scior, UCL Centre for Health Service Research in Intellectual Disabilities
Type of event: lunchtime lecture, showcasing UCL research
In this talk Dr Scior will illustrate how negative public attitudes and discrimination often continue to affect the wellbeing of people with mental illness or intellectual disability. She will look at lay responses to persons with mental illness and intellectual disabilities across cultural communities, and their implications social inclusion and the provision of appropriate support.
This event is open to all UCL staff, students and to the general public.
Date, Time and Venue:
Wednesday 8 February, 1-2pm, Roberts G08 Sir David Davies LT, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE.
A map can be found here.
|Last updated: 12th October 2016|