Medical Sociology and Health Policy

 

Convenor:
Ian Shaw: Centre for Research in Medical Sociology and Health Policy, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham,  United Kingdom

 

Wednesday September 24 (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 1 
Mental Health

Author(s): Ian Shaw and Kerry Kidd
Institution: Centre for Research in Medical Sociology and Health Policy, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham
Country: United Kingdom 
IMAGES OF MADNESS: THE PATIENT IN PHARMACEUTICAL ADVERTISING
Author(s): Ferenc Moksony
Institution: Department of Sociology and Social Policy, Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration
Country: Hungary 
THE LONG ARM OF THE SOUTH: REGION OF BIRTH AND SUICIDE IN HUNGARY
Author(s): Louise Woodward and Julie Killingbeck
Institution:
Country:  
SELF IDENTITY THROUGH DEPRESSION: THE IMPACT OF A DIAGNOSIS

Author(s): Chris McLean and Andreas Hild
Institution: Manchester School of Management
Country: United Kingdom 
CONSTITUTING BOUNDARIES WITHIN MENTAL HEALTH CARE: TENSIONS, HIERARCHIES AND THE POLITICS OF DISTRIBUTION
Author(s): Piet Bracke
Institution: Department of Sociology, Ghent University
Country: Belgium 
ORGANIZATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF REHABILITATION CENTRES AND THE STIGMATIZATION OF PERSONS WITH CHRONIC MENTAL ILLNESS
Author(s): William Magee
Institution: University of Toronto
Country: Canada 
BEHAVIOURAL INDICATORS OF MASKED DISTRESS
Author(s): Aditya Bharadwaj, Paul Atkinson and Angus Clarke
Institution: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University and Department of Medical Genetics, University of Wales College of Medicine
Country: United Kingdom 
(RE)INNOVATING PHLEBOTOMY: THE CASE OF INNOVATIVE HEALTH TECHNOLOGY OF GENETIC HAEMOCHROMATOSIS

 

WednesdaySeptember  24 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 2A (Paralell Session) 
Professions and Medicine 1

 
Author(s): Sirkka Komulainen
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Surrey
Country: United Kingdom 
OBSERVATION AND THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL CLASH BETWEEN CLINICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL WORLDS: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONISM, KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND ETHICS
Author(s): Ian Rees Jones, Lee Berney and Moira Kelly
Institution: Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Saint George's Hospital Medical School
Country: United Kingdom 
EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT DECISION MAKING IN PRIMARY CARE: THE PROBLEM OF SCARCE RESOURCES
Author(s): Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
Institution: Department of Sociology, McMaster University
Country: Canada 
BRIDGING HEALTH POLICY AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS LITERATURES: BETTER UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE STATE
Author(s): Bjørg Helene Krogh Andersen
Institution: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
NON-ACTIONS AS INDICATORS OF POWER RELATIONS IN HOSPITAL COMMUNICATIONS
Author(s): Katie Ainsworth-Vizenor
Institution: Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science
Country: Germany UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN THROUGH GRANULAR PARTITIONS AND LOCAL BIOLOGIES

 

Wednesday September 24 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 3.1 BIS

Session 2B (Paralell Session) 
Professions and Medicine 2

 
Author(s): Ellen Kuhlmann
Institution: Centre for Social Policy Research, University of Bremen
Country: Germany 
NEW STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CARE IN HEALTH SYSTEMS - ASSESSING THE IMPACT ON PROFESSIONALISM
Author(s): Larissa Remennick and Gila Shakhar
Institution: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University
Country: Israel 
'YOU NEVER STOP BEING A DOCTOR': THE STORIES OF RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT PHYSICIANS WHO CONVERTED TO PHYSIOTHERAPY
Author(s): Isabelle Feroni, Alain Paraponaris and Anne-Déborah Bouhnik
Institution: INSERM
Country: France 
FRENCH GP'S AND MAINTENANCE TREATMENT OF HEROINE DEPENDENCE: THE EFFECTS OF TRAINING ON PATIENTS FOLLOW--UP
Author(s): Paula Black
Institution: University of Manchester
Country: United Kingdom 
IS THE BEAUTY THERAPIST A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL?
Author(s): Lee Berney, Ian Rees Jones and Moira Kelly
Institution: Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Saint George's Hospital Medical School
Country: United Kingdom 
PATIENT INVOLVEMENT AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF THE GENERAL PRACTICE CONSULTATION
Author(s): D. Secondulfo
Institution:
Country: Italy 
COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE IN ITALY
Author(s): Hanna Toiviainen, Lauri Vuorenkoski and Elina Hemmminki
Institution: STAKES, National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health
Country: Finland 
FINNISH PHYSICIANS' EXPERIENCES AND VIEWS CONCERNING PATIENTS AS CONSUMERS

 


Wednesday September 24  (17.00-18.30) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 3 
Meanings and Expectations

 

Author(s): José Manuel Peixoto Caldas
Institution: Atlantic University
Country: Portugal 
SIDA - ITINERARIOS Y PROCESOS
Author(s): Augustine A. Aryee
Institution: Fitchburg State College
Country: USA 
EXAMINING THE MIXTURE OF NEW AND TRADITIONAL FORMS OF MEDICINE IN LAGOS, NIGERIA
Author(s): Richard Holliman
Institution: Centre for Science Education, Faculty of Science, The Open University
Country: United Kingdom 
REPRESENTING A NEW ILLNESS: MEDIA COVERAGE OF GULF WAR SYNDROME
Author(s): P. Åsbring and A. L. Närvänen
Institution: Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institute
Country: Sweden 
BIOLOGICAL DISRUPTION AND BIOGRAPHICAL WORK
Author(s): Eva Krizova
Institution: Institute of Medical Ethics, Faculty of Medicine, Charles University
Country: Czech Republic 
SHIFTS IN THE MEDICAL CULTURE DURING THE SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
Author(s): Dorte Gannik
Institution: Central Research Unit of General Practice, University of Copenhagen
Country: Denmark 
A SITUATIONAL MODEL OF DISEASE - AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH CARE
Author(s): Mimmi Barmark
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Lund
Country: Sweden 
SICK BUILDINGS OR SICK PEOPLE?
Author(s): Matilde Panadero Díaz
Institution: University of Seville
Country: Spain 
THE MEANING OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS OF THE HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
Author(s): Katie Featherstone, P. Atkinson and A. Clarke
Institution: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University
Country: United Kingdom 
'I CAN SEE IT IN THEM': THE ROLE OF SURVEILLANCE AMONG KINDRED IN THE DISCLOSURE OF GENETIC INFORMATION

 

Wednesday September 24 (19.00-20.30) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Business Meeting


 

Thursday 25 September (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 4A (Paralell Session)
Health Policy and its Administration 1

 
Author(s): Hans Neefs
Institution: Department of Sociology, Catholic University of Leuven
Country: Belgium 
BETWEEN SIN AND DISEASE. THE PUBLIC CAMPAIGN AGAINST VENEREAL DISEASE DURING THE INTERBELLUM PERIOD IN BELGIUM
Author(s): Clementina Rodríguez-Legido
Institution: University of Seville
Country: Spain 
DETERMINANTES DE LA SATISFACCIÓN CON LA ATENCIÓN SANITARIA
Author(s): Lorella Palazzo
Institution: University of Washington
Country: USA 
WHAT ROLE FOR ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN THE US? A MACRO-LEVEL ANALYSIS
Author(s): Margrethe Nielsen
Institution:
Country: Denmark 
EVALUATION OF MATERNITY CARE
Author(s): Gunnar Scott Reinbacher
Institution: Department of Sociology, Aalborg University
Country: Denmark 
TANDEM (TRAINING ALTERNATIVE NETWORKING SKILLS FOR DIABETES MANAGEMENT, PATIENT-CENTERED NETWORKS FOR CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT)
Author(s): Julie A. Notebloom and Gayla D. Jewell
Institution: Nursing Center for Global Health, Grand Valley State University
Country: USA 
SELF AWARENESS, CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE AND CULTURAL BROKERAGE IN THE CULTURAL COMPETENCE OF HEALTH CARE 

 

Thursday September 25  (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.1 BIS

Session 4B (Paralell Session)
Health Policy and its Administration 2

 

Author(s): Ine Van Hoyweghen
Institution: Catholic University of Leuven
Country: Belgium 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PREDICTIVE MEDICINE IN PRIVATE INSURANCE. MEDICAL UNDERWRITNG AS A SOCIAL AND NORMATIVE BUSINESS
Author(s): Joanne Mc Carthy
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Dublin, Trinity College
Country: Ireland 
DISABILITY RESEARCH AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON THE LIVES OF IRISH PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Author(s): Helle Timm
Institution: UCSF, The University Hospitals Centre for Nursing and Care Research
Country: Denmark 
COMPASSIONATE LEAVE IN DENMARK: A CASE OF SOCIAL CONSTRUCT OF DEATH AND DYING
Author(s): Dani Filc
Institution: Department of Politics and Government, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Country: Israel 
THE CONTRADICTORY TRENDS OF POST-FORDIST HEGEMONY IN THE HEALTH CARE FIELD IN ISRAEL
Author(s): Seppo Poutanen
Institution: Department of Sociology, University of Turku
Country: Finland 
FOUCAULDIAN NEO-LIBERAL GOVERNMENT IN RELATION TO GENETIC SCREENING AND COUNSELLING: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
Author(s): Anémone Kober-Smith and Isabelle Feroni
Institution: University of Paris III-New Sorbonne and INSERM
Country: France 
ETERNAL YOUTH OR IMPOSSIBLE AGEING? A COMPARISON OF THE EMPLOYMENT POLICIES OF HOSPITAL NURSES IN FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN
Author(s): Kristine A. Hirschkorn
Institution: Department of Sociology, McMaster University
Country: Canada 
REGULATING HERBAL MEDICINE AND ITS PRACTITIONERS: A COMPARATIVE LENS ON HEALTH POLICY AND PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES

 

Thursday September 25 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 5 
Health Policy and its Administration 3

 

Author(s): Minna Janhonen
Institution: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Country: Finland 
FINNISH OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CARE AND ITS EQUIVALENCY TO HEALTH POLICY: PRESENT SITUATION AND SCENES FOR THE FUTURE
Author(s): Catherine Déchamp-Le Roux
Institution: University of Paris 13
Country: France 
PATIENT EXPERTISE/AWARENESS
Author(s): Stephanie D. Short and Valentin D. Hadjiev
Institution: School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales
Country: Australia
ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A HEALTH CARE MARKET IN BULGARIA IN TRANSITION

Author(s): Line Melby
Institution: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
MOBILE INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE HOSPITAL - WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR THE DOCTORS?
Author(s): Malin Bolin
Institution: National Institute for Working Life
Country: Sweden 
IS HEALTH AN ORGANISATIONAL ISSUE? LINKING ORGANISATIONAL DIMENSIONS TO PSYCHOSOCIAL WORK ENVIRONMENT
Author(s): Gro Underland
Institution: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway
ELECTRONIC PATIENT RECORDS - ON THE BORDER BETWEEN ACCESSIBILITY AND SAFETY

 


Friday September  26  (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 6
The Body and its Representations

 

Author(s): Marcelo Puttini and Pedro Jabur
Institution: University of Brasilia
Country: Brazil 
HYPER-EXCITED BODIES: THE POST-MODERN CONCERNS OF LIVING
Author(s): Gill Haddow
Institution: Department of General Practice, University of Edinburgh
Country: United Kingdom 
ORGAN DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION: THE PARADOX OF GIFTING AND EMBODIMENT
Author(s): Sharon Wray and Nicki Latham
Institution: School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield
Country: United Kingdom 
CONNECTING HEALTH AND ETHNIC IDENTITY: THE IMPACT OF ETHNIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY ON WOMEN'S HEALTH DURING MID LIFE
Author(s): Kirsi Vainionpää
Institution: Department of Social Studies, University of Lapland
Country: Finland 
A DISEASE AND A DRUG AS A SOLUTION FOR AGING SOCIETY? THE DEVELOPMENT OF MALE MENOPAUSE AND ITS TREATMENTS IN FINNISH PHYSICIANS' INFORMATION
Author(s): Taina Kinnunen
Institution: Academy of Finland
Country: Finland 
PHENOMENOLOGICAL PHILOSOPHY OF THE BODY AS A METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEM - A CASE OF STUDYING THE EMBODIED MEANINGS OF COSMETIC SURGERY
Author(s): Corinne Delmas
Institution: University of Lille 2
Country: France 
FROM PERRUCHE AFFAIR TO PAUL BLANC'S REPORT. CURRENT DEBATES ON THE HANDICAP IN FRANCE
Author(s): Yelda Ozen
Institution: Faculty of Health Education, University of Ankara
Country: Turkey 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CONCEPTION OF HEALTH AND THE BODY IN MEDIA TEXTS: AN ANALYSIS OF TWO WOMEN MAGAZINES
Author(s): Steven P. Wainwright
Institution: Florence Nightingale School of Nursing, King's College, University of London
Country: United Kingdom 
THE AGEING BODY AND THE PAINTINGS OF JMW TURNER (1775-1851): REFLECTIONS ON THE ARTS, MEDICINE AND SOCIETY

 

Friday September 26 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 3.3-3.4

Session 7
Inequalities and Social Determinants

 

Author(s): Susanne Wurm
Institution: German Centre of Gerontology
Country: Germany 
THE ADAPTIVE VALUE OF CONTROL BELIEFS IN RELATION TO SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND HEALTH
Author(s): Hélène Bretin
Institution: University of Paris 13
Country: France 
USING IMPLANT IN A FRENCH WAY: STAKES AND SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF PRACTICE
Author(s): Inna B. Nazarova
Institution: Institute of Socio-economic Studies of Population
Country: Russia 
THE FACTORS INFLUENCING HEALTH (LONGITUDINAL MONITORING IN RUSSIA 1994-2000)
Author(s): Daniel La Parra and Miguel Ángel Mateo Pérez
Institution: Department of Sociology II, University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
SOCIOECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF SOCIAL INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH
Author(s): Peggy McDonough and Amanda Sacker
Institution: University of Toronto and University College London
Country: Canada and United Kingdom 
POVERTY AND HEALTH: A DYNAMIC APPROACH
Author(s): Sibyl Anthierens, Mieke Van Driel and J. De Maeseneer
Institution: Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, University of Ghent
Country: Belgium 
THE WIDENING HEALTH INFORMATION GAP IN A 'KNOWLEDGE BASED SOCIETY'
Author(s): Ossi Rahkonen, Helen Sweeting, Sakari Karvonen and Patrick West
Institution: Department of Social Policy, University of Helsinki and Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow
Country: Finland and United Kingdom
HEALTH INEQUALITIES IN YOUTH - A COMPARATIVE STUDY FROM GLASGOW AND HELSINKI
Author(s): Manuel Hernández Pedreño
Institution: Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Murcia
Country: Spain 
GENDER AND DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH
Author(s): Marieluise Baur
Institution: Economic History, University of Munich
Country: Germany 
THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF HEALTH STATUS IN THE U.S. AND GERMANY