colloquium n. an informal gathering for discussion
The Cardiff colloquium is an event organised and hosted by CPN members for CPN members. This informal event takes its inspiration from a proposal to organise a virtual unconference posted during the CPN’s ’30 Days in September’ campaign.
The Cardiff colloquium offers an opportunity for CPN members to come together to share experiences and ideas about researching Physiotherapy – bodies, professional practices and identities from a critical perspective. We will also be connecting (for part of the day) with the CPN Salon in Cape Town to have a critical conversation about our dreams and visions for the future of the network.
Date: 5th July 2017
Time: 10.00 – 16.00 (registration at 09.45)
Venue: School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff University, Heath Park Campus, Cardiff CF14 4XN
Session hashtag: #CPNcolloquium17
1000: Welcome and introductions
1015: Dreaming a critical future
1100: Presentations and work-in-progress: Session chair – Graeme Paul-Taylor
1100: Ralph Hammond Post-metaphysical thinking – an orientation for critical physiotherapy
1120: Niels Hermannsson Bodies, Professional Practises and Identities (work-in-progress)
1140: Gwyn Owen Thinking through the body (work-in-progress)
1200: Anna Rajala “Foul is fair”: chiasmus, ethics and the dialectics of body work in physiotherapy (work-in-progress)
1220: Julie Latchem Identifying bodies: challenges in maintaining anonymity in ethnographic research
1240: Plenary discussion
1300: Packed lunch & networking
1330: Workshop: A method for capturing movement and touch-based interactions in practice
Dr Clare Kell
1500: Revisiting our dreams: a (virtual) critical conversation with CPN Salon in Cape Town
1530: Concluding dialogues: reflections and collective next steps
If you would like to share a presentation/article that relates to ‘Physiotherapy – bodies, professional practice and identities’, please let us know using the ‘leave a reply’ box [below] before 28 June so that we can make space for you on the programme.
Tickets for the event are available via EventBrite website (click here to for more information and to register for the event). There is no charge to attend, but places are limited – so don’t leave it too late to book your place!
We look forward to welcoming you to Cardiff
Gwyn Owen, Graeme Paul-Taylor and Nicky Wilson