ARV Adherence - Scottish Ethnomethodology, Discourse, Interaction & Talk group
Scottish Ethnomethodology, Discourse, Interaction & Talk (Group)
Provider-client interaction and adherence to antiretroviral therapy in resource poor and rich settings
18-19th January, Queen Margaret University
Bregje de Kok, Eric Laurier & Sue Widdicombe
Adherence & professional-client interactions: Practitioners’ accounts
Dr. Imali Fernando, consultant, Chalmers sexual health clinic , Edinburgh
Dr. Audrey Matthews, Clinical Psychologist, Community HIV (CHIV) Team, Chalmers Sexual Health Clinic, Edinburgh.
Mildred Zimunya , advocacy worker, African Health project, Waverly Care, Glasgow.
Patrick Mangochi, clinical officer and former HIV programme manager Medicines Sans Frontieres, Malawi Advice giving in professional-client interactions: a conversation analytic (CA) perspective.
Professor Alison Pilnick, University of Nottingham.Adherence & professional-client interactions in South Africa.
Dr. Jennifer Watermeyer and Professor Claire Penn (University of the Witwatersrand)
Data analysis session A.
Data-analysis session B.
Turning analysis into practice: CA as a tool to improve communication and adherence
Dr. Jennifer Watermeyer, Professor Claire Penn, University of Witwatersrand.Experiences of & lessons learnt from applying CA to communication skills training in various settings: CARM
Prof. Liz Stokoe, Loughborough UniversityReflection on cross cutting issues and implication for policy& practiceFinal Report