The National Academic Mailing List Service
The National Academic Mailing List Service (JISCmail) runs a number of mailing lists that may be of interest (see below). Each requires a subscription to receive regular mailings from the lists. You can do this by subscribing at JISCmail.
- NARRATIVE-HEALTH-RESEARCH: For researchers and practitioners who are interested in researching and evaluating the use of narrative in health and related disciplines.
- MEDSOC-UK: The medsoc-uk mailing list forms the central discussion platform for UK academics teaching social and behavioural sciences to doctors, nurses and PAMs in training in HE/FE institutions. Its mission is to improve medical and health professional education.
- MEDSOCNEWS: The Medsoc News mailing list is used to distribute news for scholars and researchers who study medical sociology.
- CENTRE FOR NARRATIVE RESEARCH: Announcement and discussion list for the Centre for Narrative Research This list is used by CNR at the University of East London and associated individuals and institutions for announcements and discussions.
- QUALPSY: Discussion List for Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. This list will enable members of the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society to keep in touch and allow discussion of all aspects of qualitative research methods in psychology. The list is for all members of the Section, and discussions can focus on topics related to research and teaching of qualitative methods in academic and professional psychology.
- QUALPSY-ANNOUNCE: Announcements for the Qualitative Methods in Psychology section of the British Psychological Society. This list is used by the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society to inform members about events and news regarding the Section.
- SOCIAL-THEORY: This list aims to provide a forum for the discussion of social theory within the social sciences. Particular emphasis will be placed upon the relationship between psychology and sociology with special reference to the links between the individual and social processes.