2018 Jerry Morris Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor Kate Hunt

Date: 8 February 2018
Time: 5:30pm - 7pm
Cost: Free

Gender-sensitised weight management programmes for men: are they needed and do they work?

Kate is Professor of Gender and Health at the University of Glasgow and Associate Director of the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit (SPHSU). She has led SPHSU’s research programme on understanding and improving health within settings and organisations from 2014-18, with a particular interest in professional sports and prison settings.

Until 2014 Kate led SPHSU’s gender and health programme, reflecting a longstanding interest in how social constructions of gender impact on men’s and women’s risk and experiences of ill-health, and on health behaviours and help-seeking behaviours. In February 2018, Kate is moving to University of Stirling to take up a new position as Chair in Behavioural Sciences and Health.

The evening will include the presentation of awards to MSc students graduating in Nutrition, Physical Activity & Public Health MSc and will be followed by drinks and light refreshments.

Event address: Lecture Theatre 2D3, Social Sciences Complex
University of Bristol
Priory Road
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