It’s that time of the year when RHM scholars convene at the CCCC’s conference.
We always have activities planned so we would love to welcome new friends and to catch up with old friends.
Meet the Editors
Come and introduce yourself and tell us about your work.
RHM Happy Hour
Come and hang out and meet folks at the RHM Happy Hour on Thursday, March 14 at 5:00ish at August Henry’s http://www.augusthenrys.com/
The location is just a couple of blocks from where the convention center.
Medical Rhetoric Standing Group Business Meeting
As one of the first standing groups and one of the oldest SIGs associated with the CCCCs, we will be meeting on
- Thursday, March 14 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM in room 407 of the Convention Center.
We’ll post the official agenda here closer to the meeting, but our main activity of the evening will be to break into small groups and discuss a series of questions of interest to the broader community. These questions and the information/answers generated will help guide the community’s work in the coming year:
- what are pressing topics that we need more work on?
- how can be more inclusive in our research practice?
- what are some effective practices for moving into community based research?
- how can expand out methodological ethics?
- what suggestions to get more folks involved in RHM?
- how can we make our work more public?
Sessions at the CCCCs
We typically pull together the panels that have a clear RHM focus. There are a number of additional presentations scattered throughout. (Thanks to the CCCCs Standing Group Graduate Student Representative, Katie Walkup, for pulling these together.)
C.24 Medical Rhetoric Roundtable: Performing Rhetoric and Performative Rhetorics of Health and Medicine
H.01 Performance as Advocacy, Education, and Action: Health and Medical Education
H.02 Rhetorical Negotiations in the Performance of Health, Medicine, and Disability
I.13 Digital Bodies, Digital Disability: Performing Health Online
L.05 Latina UX Practitioners’ Performative Roles: Case Studies in Health and Risk Communication in Multilingual Populations