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The programme for the 7th International Meeting on Conversation Analysis & Clinical Encounters (#CACE2019) is available now. This three-day international meeting will be held at Engineers’ House in Bristol on 8-10 July.

Download the CACE 2019 programme (PDF, 326kB).

There are important reasons for researching communication in health care settings. We can assess quality of patient care, explore links between communication and patient outcomes, and understand the real impacts of policy, organisational and technological changes. 

The aim of CACE conferences is to share up-to-date research findings and methodological innovations in the application of conversation analytic (CA) methods to the investigation of health care communication, and to consider how we can best ensure that our research is meaningful for health professionals, patients and communications trainers.

There is a strong focus at the meeting this year on primary care, antibiotic prescribing and end-of-life care.

Anyone with an interest in or curious about our work is welcome to attend.

You can register here for the whole three days or the final day only. 

Website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/primaryhealthcare/news/2019/cace-2019-programme.html