Anthropology and Global Health: interrogating theory, policy and practice
University of Sussex, UK, 9-11th September 2015.
380 colleagues attended the MAGic conference jointly organised by the EASA Medical Anthropology Network and the RAI Medical Anthropology Committee, which took place over three gloriously sunny days at the University of Sussex. The conference interrogated the paradigms and practice of global health, and invited reflective contributions from anthropologists working at policy, programme or community levels to understand global health issues from a range of perspectives.
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The conference was supported by the Global Studies Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH) at the University of Sussex; the Centre for Global Health Policy; the Centre for Wellbeing; the Sussex Centre for Global Health Research; the School of Global Studies and the Department of Anthropology, and the Wellcome Trust Brighton.