The Southgate Journal Club is an initiative of the Southgate Institute, which aims to engage researchers and assist them to conduct and publish good quality research relevant to the social determinants of health.
The Journal Club provides a forum for researchers to come together and participate in active discussion, in order to:
- analyse recent literature relevant to the social determinants of health in a critical way
- examine methodological approaches, including examination of innovative, and cross-disciplinary methods
- consider lessons and insights for writing our own papers.
Forthcoming Journal Club event
Tuesday 26 March 2013
Room 1.08, Level 1, Health Sciences Building
Theme: Women, children and identity: social influences on wellbeing
Dr Katy Osbourne
Research Fellow, Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity
"Nowhere to go: How stigma limits the options of female drug users after release from jail"
van Olphen J, Eliason MJ, Freudenberg N & Barnes M
Discussion facilitated by Angella Duvnjak, Research Associate, Southgate Institute
"Moorn (Black)? Djardak (White)? How come I don't fit in Mum? Exploring the racial identity of Australian Aboriginal children and youth"
Discussion facilitated by Dr Toni Delany, Research Fellow, SA Community Health Research Unit