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Esca van Blarikom: Ethical dimension of visual methods and their role in participatory research in healthcare settings

26. April 2024 

Webi­nar in the frame­works of the “Images, Age­ing and Care” series

„Non-tele­o­log­i­cal ethics of care: a case for open-end­ed meth­ods in research­ing ill­ness experiences”
Speak­er: Esca van Blarikom
When: 17.00–18:30 CEST, 16.00–17.30 BST, 11–12:30 EDT. 

About the talk:
In this webi­nar, Esca will present her 20-minute col­lab­o­ra­tive film “Har­bour­ing Ill­ness”, and explain the par­tic­i­pa­to­ry process lead­ing up to the pro­duc­tion of this film. “Har­bour­ing Ill­ness” is a doc­u­men­tary that explores the sto­ries of three women liv­ing with long-term men­tal and phys­i­cal health con­di­tions. This film arose from Esca’s PhD research into the expe­ri­ences of work­ing-age adults with long-term health con­di­tions in an East-Lon­don bor­ough. Esca uses visu­al meth­ods as open-end­ed ways of con­duct­ing research in order to explore a non-tele­o­log­i­cal ethics of care in a col­lab­o­ra­tive process with study par­tic­i­pants. In the webi­nar, Esca will talk you through the jour­ney lead­ing up the film as well as share the film itself with you, fol­lowed by 30 mins for Q&A at the end.

Join us then on Zoom by click­ing on this link:
(Meet­ing ID: 975 6659 4262)

More details on the event here:…/