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Why mental illness is on the rise in academia

Why mental illness is on the rise in academia.

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What Is Mental Illness Today?



Five hard questions.
4.30pm, Wednesday 15 May 2013
B63, Law & Social Sciences Building
University Park, University of Nottingham

Professor Nikolas Rose
King’s College London
Mental illnesses are one of the largest burdens upon the economy
and upon the NHS, but we still have very little agreement upon
what they represent or how best to provide for them. This seminar
will consider that knotty problem through questions which consider
some of the empirical, conceptual and ethical dilemmas they raise.
Admission free, all welcome.
Email michelle.fusco@nottingham.ac.uk
to confirm attendance.

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