Welcome to the Humanising Special Interest Group at Bournemouth University

We are a group of scholars and practitioners who have an interest in what makes us feel human and how this is linked to health and wellbeing. We use a lifeworld approach and subjective experience as the basis for our understanding.

At Bournemouth University we have developed a philosophically driven approach to humanising practices in relation to learning,  service provision, caring and the workplace. It is based on existential understandings from a lifeworld approach and privileges subjective experience and incorporates embodied knowing. Find out more about humanising practice and the work at BU.

We have two meetings a year where members discuss issues following two presentations and share their on-going work into humanising education, practice and research.

The next meeting will be:

ON: 6th December 2018, 2-4.30

AT: Bournemouth University, Lansdowne Campus, Bournemouth House (BH1 3LH), Room B225


Dr Camila Devis-Rozental, Senior Lecturer, OVC, BU Humanising Higher Education by practicing with an embodied relational understanding 

Dr Sue Baron, Lecturer in Adult Nursing, FHSS BU Humanising education through digital stories: the human side of technology

To find out more about our past meetings please click on the date links on the top right of the page

If you would like to get more information or join the Humanising SIG e-mail list please e-mail Caroline Ellis-Hill.

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