Hannah Bradby, Stephani Hatch, Beth Ahlberg, Sarah Hamed, ‘Racism in healthcare’ at Mänsliga rättighetsdagarna: Rätten till hälsa, Human Rights Days: The right to health, Linköping, 14-16 November’.
[video available on YouTube, HB et al speak at 05:44:12–07:20:22]. [local copy to follow]
‘Migration, Ethnicity, Vulnerability: The Health Politics of Difference’.
[video available on Vimeo, HB speaks at 30:10–55:35]. BSA Medical Sociology 2018 Plenary Panel on 13 September 2018. [local copy]
‘Ideals and practices — migration meets healthcare’ Old Tensions, Emerging Paradoxes in Health: rights, knowledge, and trust’ ESHMS conference June 6–8 Lisbon
‘What do migrants and minorities mean for healthcare practice?’ International Health Day, Hochschule für Gesundheit – University of Applied Sciences, Bochum, Germany, 15th-17th May
‘Invisible work: Informal, cross-cultural, gendered work filling the gaps of national health and welfare provision’ Exhausted Women - Exhausted Welfare: Religion and minorities in the transformations of gender and welfare. Nordic consortium conference, Religion and Society Research Centre, Uppsala University, 23-24 November.
‘Past problems and the future of ethnicity and health research’ Making a Difference: Ethnicity and race in health research. Department of Health, Ethics and Society, Care and Public Health Research Institute, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, Netherlands, 20th June
Hannah Bradby, ‘What Use is a Sociology of Health and Medicine?’ inaugural lecture as professor, Uppsala University, 13 November
‘Health and suffering’ stream plenary speaker. British Sociological Association Conference. 7th April, Glasgow Caledonian University.