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Welcome to the Health and Science Communication Special Interest Group

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Who are we?

The Health and Science Communication Special Interest Group is an offshoot of the British Association for Applied Linguistics that focuses on the study of language in relation to health and science communication.

We are an interdisciplinary group that is open to anyone interested in looking at the language of health and/or science. Our group brings together researchers who combine concepts and methods from applied linguistics with those from other disciplines (such as sociology, medicine, anthropology, psychology, cultural studies and more…)

Our Committee

SIG refers to Special Interest Group

The Health and Science Communication Special Interest Group is led by a voluntary committee. Learn about who we are and our roles here.

Events and notices

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We run a range of national and international events. See here for current notices related to the groups, upcoming events and our archive of previous ones.

Contact Us

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Want to stay up-to-date with the world of health and science communication? See our contact page for all the ways you can stay in touch.

We are a Special Interest Group within the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) that aims to bring together researchers interested in the study of health and science communication in the UK and internationally.

Are you running an event or have you created a resource that you’d like us to share with our members?

Email our communications officer to discuss this further at:
Emma.Putland@nottingham.ac.uk

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